Philly Cheesesteak on a Blackstone Griddle
The Philly Cheesesteak is an absolute classic and for good reason.
With tender, savory cuts of meat and a colorful blend of caramelized onions and bell peppers, all held together by gooey, melted cheese and a toasted hoagie roll, Philly Cheesesteaks are downright delicious.
One of the best ways to prepare a Philly Cheesesteak is on a flat top grill like a Blackstone Griddle.
With some easy preparation, you can cook your vegetables and meat to perfection, incorporate your cheese, and toast your hoagie rolls all on one cooking surface.
You’ll want to go with a well-marbled ribeye for your meat, and you can add seasonings specifically designed for Philly Cheesesteaks. All in all, you’ll have a deletable dish in under 30 minutes.
How do you cook a Philly Cheesesteak on a flat top grill?
To cook a Philly Cheesesteak on a flat top grill, you’ll need to prepare your meat and vegetables, cook them, mix them together, and incorporate your cheese.
Lastly, you’ll want to toast your hoagie buns before adding the cheesy mix of meat, onion, and bell pepper.
To get started, you’ll need to prepare your meat and vegetables by cutting them into thin, long slices.
Before adding anything directly to your flat top grill, you’ll want to put it at medium-high heat and add a light layer of cooking oil.
Once it’s ready to go, you can cook your onion and peppers and season them with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
Then, remove your vegetables or push them aside as you add your meat to the flat top grill.
You should also season the meat with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
Once the meat is cooked to your liking, the next step is to mix your peppers, onion, and meat together.
Before adding your cheese, you might want to portion out the meat and vegetable mixture based on how many sandwiches you are planning to make.
For example, you can make four piles on the grill for four sandwiches. This helps even out the cheese distribution per sandwich and makes it easier to serve up.
Next, you’ll add 2-3 slices of provolone on each batch of your veggie and meat mixture. If you want the cheese to melt more quickly, you can use a cover. Once the cheese is melted, you’ll want to stir it in with the rest of the mixture until well incorporated.
Finally, place your hoagie rolls on the flat top grill to toast them, and then scoop the delicious filling into each roll. Voilà!
What cut of meat is best for a Philly Cheesesteak?
The best cut of meat for a Philly is usually a thinly-sliced ribeye, but some other options are sirloin, rump roast, flank steak, or prime rib.
The meat of your Philly is a primary aspect of the sandwich. If you go cheap on the meat, the quality of your Philly will reflect that. We recommend selecting a high-quality, well-marbled ribeye for the best, most flavorful Philly Cheesesteaks.
When you use thinly-sliced ribeye, the fat will melt and deepen the flavor of the meat and the sandwich as a whole, making it a perfect choice.
What’s in Blackstone Cheesesteak Seasoning?
With Blackstone Cheesesteak Seasoning, you can add the delicious flavors of onion, garlic, and bell pepper to any meal.
Blackstone Cheesesteak Seasoning is specially designed to add to the delicious flavors of your Philly Cheesesteak recipe.
You can also add this seasoning to any meal to bring out the robust flavors of onion, garlic, and bell pepper.
Blackstone Cheesesteak Seasoning is great for seasoning meats and vegetables of any variety. Try adding this seasoning to any meal to take it up a notch.
How long does it take to cook a Philly Cheesesteak on a Blackstone Griddle?
You’ll need 5-10 minutes to prepare your meat and vegetables, and another 5-10 minutes for cooking them. When all is said and done, you can have a full prepared Philly Cheesesteak in under 30 minutes when using a Blackstone Griddle.
The prep time can vary based on how many portions you’re trying to make.
On average, it should take you 5-10 minutes to slice your vegetables and your meat.
Once you’re ready to cook, the vegetables should take around 4-5 minutes to soften, and your meat should take around the same time to cook through.
If you prefer your meat more well done, you can add a few minutes to that cooking time.
Melting your cheese, toasting your hoagie rolls, and serving it up adds a few minutes on at the end. In total, you can have a fabulous Philly Cheesesteak meal in 30 minutes or less.
Remember, for the best Philly Cheesesteaks, you’ll want to go with ribeye for your choice of meat.
It’s incredibly easy to prepare a delicious Philly Cheesesteak on a flat top grill, where you can conveniently cook and season your ribeye, onion, and pepper, incorporate your cheese, and toast your hoagie buns. Happy eating!