I have to be complete honest with you – I am totally addicted to this sandwich. I’ve been doing my best to cut back on eating bread, but that attempt came to a screeching halt when we made these fantastic Tex-Mex Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches. I crave the creamy jalapeño cream cheese daily.
Don’t even talk to me about the steak covered in Monterey Jack, too. So dreamy. So creamy.
And the salsa? If you have one you love like we do, and you sandwich that salsa in there, right on top, ohhh boy.
Here’s a close up of that gorgeous jalapeño cream cheese spread. I applied generous amounts to the bottom bread (as you can see).
I placed the cooked steak right on top. I only seasoned it with salt and pepper, that’s all that was needed.
And then… the salsa. Our delicious, medium heat salsa. So delish.
Please, please add a lot of cheese. Do it for me. Do it for your taste buds. Do it for the good of humanity.
Then pop that cheesy awesomeness under the broiler until it’s nice and brown, melted, ooey gooey, and ready to be devoured.
Pair it with whatever sides you’d like, and call your friends. There’s about to be a party going on!
This goes REALLY nicely with a flavorful beer. Since it’s fall, we opted for a pumpkin beer, and it was heavenly.
Will you just LOOK AT THAT!? Why is this not in my face right now? Off to go make more…
More Sandwich Recipes
Craving more sandwich recipes for dinner? Check these out!
- Copycat Dunkins Tomato Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwich
- Crescent Roll Sandwiches
- Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches
- Tex-Mex Philly Steak Cheese Steak Sandwiches
- Mini Party Subs
- Italian Beef Sandwiches
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Tex-Mex Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches
- Prepare your thinly sliced sirloin beef on a skillet until cooked thoroughly (if using diced chilies, sauté them with the beef); set aside onto a plate.
- Toast your hoagies slightly in a toaster oven, let cool.
- Mix together the cream cheese, sour cream, and jalapeños until well blended.
- Spread some of the cream cheese mixture on one side of the hoagie, then add a layer of steak, topping it off with salsa and Monterey Jack cheese.
- Using your broiler or toaster oven, heat the cheese until it has browned and melted nicely.
- Spread the jalapeño cream cheese onto the other half of the hoagie, place it onto the sandwich, and serve.