1lbshaved or thinly sliced beef (uncooked and preferably rib eye)
1mediumonion thinly sliced
1largered bell pepper thinly sliced
8steakhouse rolls or slider buns
8 slices provolone or white American cheese
1garlic salt for sprinkling
1spray olive oil and regular olive oil
Prepare two separate skillets with a touch of oil to coat them. Turn one on medium heat and add the onions and bell peppers. Saute' them until the onions are softened and starting to caramelize. In the other skillet heat to medium heat and add the beef. Cook the meat until browned but not seared. The goal of cooking cheesesteak beef is to cook it gently so that all the juices remain. Once the meat is cooked and browned add the soy sauce and stir. Add the onion mixture to the beef and add the cheese at the end. Once the cheese melts, turn off the heat and you can spoon mixture onto the bread. I toasted the bread by splitting apart the rolls and adding a little spray of olive oil and sprinkled some garlic salt in the middle (don't overdo this step or it will be too salty). Then I toasted until lighting browned. Put the sandwiches on your serving dish and ENJOY!