This Philly cheese steak recipe is one of my family’s favorite crock pot dinners – the flavor is perfect because of the Italian seasonings.
The secret to making this cheesesteak recipe is choosing the best hoagie buns you can find. Then adding extra cheese on top to melt over the perfectly seasoned beef round steak. I just know you’ll love it!
Philly Cheese Steak Recipe in the Crock Pot
Come October, our crock pots (see my FAVORITE one here) get a good workout for a few months and here’s yet another crock pot recipe that we completely love that will have you wishing for more! This Philly Cheese Steak Recipe features beef round steak, green peppers, onions and a packet of Italian seasoning – it’s so easy, you’ll love it for a weeknight meal, or when you know the day’s going to be crazy busy and leave you just a few minute to whip up dinner.
What ingredients are in the Philly Cheese Steak Crock Pot Recipe?
2 1/2 to 3 pounds beef round steak
2 green peppers, sliced thin
1 onion, sliced thin
1 envelope dry Italian dressing mix
2 c. beef stock
2 t. black pepper
3 t. garlic salt
6 hoagie buns
12 Provolone cheese slices
How do I prepare the Crockpot Philly Cheesesteak?
Spray your crock pot with Pam or another non stick cooking spray. Cut the beef round steak into thin slices on a cutting board (see the best selling #1 rated cutting boards here) and brown just a minute in a pan. *** Time-saving tip: I will usually have my butcher cut my meat for me if he’s not too busy. That way I can just dump the meat into the crock pot when I’m ready to make the recipe.
Add green pepper, onion, stock, garlic salt, pepper and dressing mix to the crock pot and cover and cook on low for 8 hours. This is the Italian Dressing Mix I use:
Cover your baking sheet with foil or parchment paper. If you’re looking for a baking sheet at a great price, try this covered pan – I have it and use it all of the time in my kitchen. Once the meat and veggie mixture is cooked and your crock pot is done, spoon the mixture onto your sliced hoagie buns with the closed ends of the buns on the baking sheet. Top each hoagie with 2 slices of provolone cheese, overlapping on each sandwich.
Bake your sandwich in the oven at 350 or on low broil for just a few minutes to melt the cheese and enjoy!
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Philly Cheese Steak Crock Pot Recipe
- 2 1/2 to 3 pounds beef round steak
- 2 green peppers sliced thin
- 1 onion sliced thin
- 1 envelope dry Italian dressing mix
- 2 c. beef stock
- 2 t. black pepper
- 3 t. garlic salt
- 6 hoagie buns
- 12 Provolone cheese slices
Spray your crock pot with Pam
Cut the beef round steak into thin slices and brown just a minute in a pan
Add green pepper, onion, stock, garlic salt, pepper and dressing mix to the crock pot and cover
Cook on low for 8 hours
Cover the bottom of your baking sheet with foil or parchment paper
Once the meat and veggie mixture is cooked and your crock pot is done, spoon the mixture onto your sliced hoagie buns with the closed ends of the buns on the baking sheet
Top each hoagie with 2 slices of provolone cheese, overlapping on each sandwich
Bake your sandwich in the oven at 350 or on low broil for just a few minutes to melt the cheese