When we go camping, we divide the responsibilities - Steve is in charge of the gear and I'm given the task of coming up with a delicious menu. We have our go to meals, like breakfast burritos and chicken over the fire, but this year, I wanted to switch it up a little. In comes this delicious recipe for Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches, cooked over the fire. It surprised everyone, including myself, and was an instant hit that will remain on our go-to camping menu list.
Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich
1 large loaf of fresh bread, such as a french loaf or cheese bread
2 cups cooked onions, sliced
2 cups cooked peppers, sliced (optional)
600g roast beef, thinly sliced
500g provolone or mozzarella cheese, sliced
1.. Start by cutting sliced into the loaf of bread, about 1.5 inches apart. Do not cut all the way through.
2.. Drop a large spoonful of onion/pepper mixture into each pocket.
3.. Add a piece of cheese and roast beef to the pocket.
4. Make sure to use up all the roast beef and cheese - to gooier, the better.
5.. Wrap tightly in the aluminum foil. Make sure they are no holes.
6.. Place the package near the hot coals, but not directly in the fire.
7.. Cook for approximately 30 minutes, until all of the cheese has melted.