Lean Cuisine Philly Cheese Steak Panini

Panini Grill Cheesesteak is crispy from the outside and soft and juice from the inside with the cooked seasoned steaks. Lean Cuisine Philly Cheese Steak Panini with the cheese melting from the sides is a treat to watch and eat. The cheesesteak is grilled and therefore the Italian bread slices have brown grill lines on them that make your steak sandwich more worth serving.

The assembly stage of the sandwich is important as you need to be careful so that your sandwich will not fall apart. The steak strips are seasoned with salt and pepper only and this light seasoning instead of heavy marination is the secret of this amazing recipe.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 loaf of fresh Italian bread
  • 8 slices provolone cheese
  • Freshly grounded black pepper
  • Kosher salt to taste
  • 2 large hothouse tomatoes, thinly sliced
  • 1 lb thin lean steak
  • 1/2 head iceberg lettuce, chopped

Method to make Lean Cuisine Philly Cheese Steak Panini

  1. Make a strip of the steak by slicing it and then these strips are needed to be seasoned.
  2. Use black pepper and Kosher salt to season your steak strips. Now you have to heat the grill pan. Keep the heat medium, heat the oil, add the strips and cook from each side for 2 minutes.
  3. It will ultimately turn brown in those 2 minutes of frying.
  4. It’s time to heat your Panini grill while the heat should be high at this time.  Make slices of the bread, each slice with half-inch thickness, and coat both sides with olive oil using a brush.
  5. Now place the bread on the heated Panini Grill and put the cooked, seasoned steal strips over the bread.
  6. Put the cheese slice over the steak with the tomato slices over it. Put another slice of bread at the top. Make sure the upper side is oiled.
  7. Grill your bread in the closed Panini grill for four to five minutes. Your cheese will eventually melt and the grill lines will have appeared.
  8. After removing the bread from the grill, put a lettuce leaf in the sandwich, slice the sandwich from the center and Serve.

FAQs?

Can we add shredded cheese to the sandwich?

You can add shredded cheese of your choice but as sandwiches are grilled, it is difficult to handle the shredded one. Using slices of cheese is a better way of making cheese stakes.

Can we use cabbage and cucumber with the tomatoes?

Yes, surely you can use these salad vegetables in your cheesesteak sandwich to make it taste even better. Shred the cabbage and slice the cucumber for the purpose.

Lean Cuisine Philly Cheese Steak Panini
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Lean Cuisine Philly Cheese Steak Panini

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: appetizer
Cuisine: Italian
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf of fresh Italian bread
  • 8 slices provolone cheese
  • Freshly grounded black pepper
  • Kosher salt to taste
  • 2 large hothouse tomatoes thinly sliced
  • 1 lb thin lean steak
  • 1/2 head iceberg lettuce chopped

Instructions

  • Make a strip of the steak by slicing it and then these strips are needed to be seasoned.
  • Use black pepper and Kosher salt to season your steak strips. Now you have to heat the grill pan. Keep the heat medium, heat the oil, add the strips and cook from each side for 2 minutes.
  • It will ultimately turn brown in those 2 minutes of frying.
  • It's time to heat your Panini grill while the heat should be high at this time.  Make slices of the bread, each slice with half-inch thickness, and coat both sides with olive oil using a brush.
  • Now place the bread on the heated Panini Grill and put the cooked, seasoned steal strips over the bread.
  • Put the cheese slice over the steak with the tomato slices over it. Put another slice of bread at the top. Make sure the upper side is oiled.
  • Grill your bread in the closed Panini grill for four to five minutes. Your cheese will eventually melt and the grill lines will have appeared.
  • After removing the bread from the grill, put a lettuce leaf in the sandwich, slice the sandwich from the center and Serve.

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