This Philly cheesesteak stuffs into a loaf of french bread that you can pull apart and gobble up. The foil packet is perfect as it allows the cheese, veggies and roast beef to all melt together providing the same delicious taste as an individually proportioned Philly.
To make things a bit easier, before heading to the campsite saute the onions and peppers and store in a container in the cooler until you need them. This will allow you to easily assemble these sandwiches for a quick, but hearty lunch.
What you will need:
- One large loaf of french bread
- 1/4 cup garlic butter (you make your own using butter and garlic powder)
- 2 cups cooked, sliced onion and pepper (Saute and cook until pepper is cooked through)
- three sliced peppers
- one sliced onion
- 2 Tbsp butter or oil
- 1/4 cup oyster sauce. Saute and cook until pepper is cooked through
- Sliced roast beef
- Sliced provolone cheese (Mozzarella would work too)
- Aluminum foil
- Start by cutting slices into the bread about 1.5 inches apart and not all the way through to the bottom
- Butter the insides of each slice
- Drop a large spoonful of the pepper mixture into each cut
- Then layer with roast beef and cheese
- Top each slice with extra cheese
- Wrap the entire loaf in aluminum foil. You may need to use two layers to reach all the way around the sandwich.
- Tip: You might want to spray the inside of the aluminum foil with non-stick cooking spray so that the ooey, gooey melty cheese doesn’t all stick to the inside of the packet.
- Place the package near the hot coals of a fire (but not IN the fire). You want to heat the sandwich all the way through so that the cheese all melts.
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