I saw this alternate recipe and thought, “that looks good, but I need to go all the way.”
These philly cheesesteak stuffed peppers turned out AWESOME. And if you don’t eat the shell (I love the flavor, but I don’t eat the whole pepper) they are ONE CARB EACH.
I sort of winged it, but let me break it down for you.
- Four green peppers
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1/4 cup onions chopped
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic
- 1/4 cup green peppers (comes from the top of the peppers you’ll cut off)
- 1lb shaved steak
- Montreal steak seasoning (or add your own salt/pepper seasoning)
- 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise
- 7 slices of pepper jack cheese
One carb each if you don’t eat the shell. Six carbs each if you do.
Next time I would add some crumbled sausage in there too for even more flavor!
Step one: Cut the tops off the green peppers and put them in the oven at 400 degrees.
Step two: Add onions, green peppers (chopped from the tops of the green peppers you just cut), garlic and butter to a frying pan on medium. Cook until they’re soft.
Step three: Add shaved steak to the pan and shake some montreal steak (or other seasonings) on top. Cook all the way through, chopping up with your spatula as you go.
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Step four: Take the green peppers out of the oven when they’re soft, but not too soft to stuff. There should be some juice in the bottom, don’t dump it!
Step five: Add a slice of cheese to the cooked steak in the frying pan, and mix until melted. Turn burner off and take pan off the burner.
Step six: Rip two slices of cheese in half and add a half to the bottom of each green pepper.
Step seven: Add two tablespoons (could use less, this just makes it less dry) of mayonnaise to the steak and mix.
Step eight: Spoon the meat into the green pepper shells.
Step nine: Add a piece of cheese to the top of all the stuffed peppers.
Step ten: Put back in the oven for about five minutes or until the cheese is melted to your liking.
Step eleven: ENJOY!!!
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