This Easy Philly Cheesesteak Sliders Recipe is so fast and tasty! Melty provalone cheese, peppers, onions, and roast beef, all on soft dinner rolls with melted butter. These are the perfect easy dinner, party recipe, or game day snack! You won’t believe how fast and delicious these are.
Over the weekend we celebrated Christmas with my family! Hooray! Finally! It’s kind of crazy how busy families with little kids can be. But it’s totally true that it doesn’t matter what day it is – Christmas or almost a month later – time with family makes you feel so much better.
I had had such a ridiculously busy and stressful week, and I had put myself in charge of making a taco bar for everyone (go figure, Type A Personality + Food Blogger = putting yourself in charge of all the food for family functions). But at the last minute, I realized that I just didn’t have it in me. (See above about life with little kids.)
I’m so happy I was born into such a flexible family. My sister in law took over and jumped on my suggestion of ordering Thai food. It was magical. It was a very Thai Christmas.
Next time I might suggest to my family that we do a slider bar! It would be *almost* as easy as ordering Thai food. Almost.
HOW DO YOU MAKE SLIDERS?
Slider recipes are perfect for serving a big crowd to watch the game. They make a great party appetizer recipe. Slider recipes can also double as an easy and fast dinner recipe! We love our slider recipes to have a sauce of some kind. Something that really drives home the flavor in the recipe. Then we like to add meat, vegetables or tomatoes, cheese, and some melted butter and more flavoring on top.
HOW DO YOU MAKE PHILLY CHEESESTEAK SLIDERS?
These Philly Cheesesteak Sliders are amazing! And they come together so fast!
But this is the day that I irritate all Philly natives. Or maybe they are so pumped about their play off win that they will let this slide. These aren’t made with steak . . . . so I feel 89% sure I’m going to get at least one comment about how these aren’t Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches. Or maybe they are so pumped about their play off win that they will let this slide. Making them with roast beef saves you time, and adding beef stock to the butter drives home the beef flavor in the most delicious way.
- Start with some soft dinner rolls. Cut them in half.
- Melt some butter, and stir in some beef stock base – you can find this in the soup aisle near the beef stock in the cans and cartons. Spread the mixture over the bottom of the rolls.
- Add some roast beef from the deli. If you want something more reminiscent of a cheesesteak sandwich, you could have them cut it thick at the counter.
- Top with some onions and green peppers that you sautéed in butter. The key word to this recipe is butter. ????
- Add some provolone, top with the tops of the rolls, and smother them with butter that you mixed with more beef stock base and some dried spices.
- “I made these last weekend they went fast!” – Sheila
- “I made these for dinner tonight…ONE WORD…DELISH! the BEST sliders I’ve made! Thank you” – Patti
- “I made these without the green peppers. Excellent” – Nancy
- “These are delicious!!!!” – Linda
Easy Philly Cheesesteak Sliders Recipe
- 12 dinner rolls
- 1/2 yellow onion diced
- 1 green pepper diced
- 10 TBSPs butter divided
- 2 tsps beef stock base divided (found in the soup aisle)
- salt and pepper
- 3/4 lb roast beef
- 10 oz sliced provolone
- 1 tsp garlic powder (not garlic salt)
- 1 tsp dried parsley
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9 by 13 inch baking dish with cooking spray. Slice the dinner rolls in half and place the bottom half in the baking dish. Set aside.
- Melt 2 tablespoons of butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the onions and peppers. Cook until soft, about 7 minutes. Set aside.
- Melt 4 tablespoons butter and whisk in 1 teaspoon of beef stock base. Spread the mixture over the bottom of the rolls.
- Top the bottom of the rolls with roast beef, then top with the sautéed vegetables. Add the cheese. Top with the top half of the dinner rolls.
- Melt the remaining butter. Whisk in the remaining beef stock base, garlic powder, and dried parsley. Brush the top of the dinner rolls with the mixture. You should use all of it.
- Cover the dish with aluminum foil and bake for 10 minutes. Remove the foil and bake for 10 to 15 more minutes or until the cheese is fully melted. (It took mine 15 minutes for the cheese in the middle to get melted.
Need more recipes that double as a great party recipe or an easy dinner?