A perfect cheesesteaks recipe is one where each bite is full of flavor.
It’s like a great sandwich.
But, it can be tricky to pull off.
A cheesesteaker’s goal is to create the perfect blend of meat and cheese so that every bite tastes as if it’s from a different dish.
That’s where a few tricks come in.
Cheesemakers like to cook the meat first and then let it rest for about 20 minutes to allow the flavors to blend.
After that, the cheese is placed in a deep, hot skillet and heated up.
The combination of flavors and heat allows the meat to cook through.
When the cheese gets to the point where it begins to brown, it needs to be removed and the sauce should be added.
For this recipe, I use a combination of ground beef and short rib.
The meat is done when the browned bits are nice and crispy.
You can serve this cheesesteaki with some pickled veggies or with a simple tomato and onion salad.
This recipe is also great for a weekday brunch.
Serve it with a side of homemade bread.
A recipe for this delicious cheesesteaking recipe is available in the March issue of Fortune magazine.