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Today’s “Daily Delicious” doesn’t feature camel, but RATHER, Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed Peppers!
I used to make stuffed peppers ALL. THE. TIME. for breakfast, and I’ve also made them stuffed with ground beef and veggies — but I’ve never made a Philly Cheese Steak version!
Today I suppose you get a two-fer for this “Daily Delicious” segment, as I am focusing on two recipes.
The first is a recipe I’ve seen shared a few times from a blogger I follow, Peace, Love and Low Carb.
Ingredients include: roast beef, provolone cheese, bell peppers, onion, baby bella mushrooms, butter, olive oil and garlic.
For this easy recipe, the mushrooms, onions and garlic are sauteed, the roast beef is sliced into strips and sauteed, and then the peppers are sliced and stuffed with the meat and veggie mixture before topping the peppers with cheese and baking them.
According to Peace, Love and Low Carb, this recipe has just 8.5 net carbs — and is under 500 calories per serving.
CLICK HERE for additional information and pictures courtesy Peace, Love and Low Carb.
Better than a Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich if you ask me!
The second recipe comes courtesy HaveADeliciousLife.com, via Chowstalker.
This recipe features a specialized, locally made Blackwater Sweet & Hot Mustard which is an intriguing ingredient!
If you can’t find this specific mustard recipe and don’t want to order online, I would suggest searching out a unique mustard at your local grocery store that would pair well with a Philly Cheese Steak.
Otherwise, the ingredients are the same: roast beef, provolone cheese, mushrooms, onion, bell peppers, and mustard.
All of the ingredients are layered onto the bell peppers, and the bell peppers are baked covered for about 20 minutes, and then uncovered for another 10-20 minutes.
CLICK HERE for additional instructions and pictures via HaveADeliciousLife.com.
Philly Cheese Steak would make for a great weekend dinner recipe — as long as you’re not afraid to turn on the oven in this late-August heat wave we’re seeing in southeastern Wisconsin!