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Wagyu Cheesesteaks


Traditionally, a Philly Cheesesteak is made from Ribeye, but we decided to create a slow-cooker version with a Wagyu Roast including a Kansas City twist!

Ingredients

Directions

  • Season the Wagyu Roast with the Smoked Bourbon Barrel Salt Steak Seasoning.
  • Heat your cast-iron pan to medium high, add your oil. Sear the roast for 4-5 min per side
  • In your slow cooker add the Roast, the beef broth, the French onion soup, BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and the beer. 
  • Cook on low for 7 hours
  • Add in the sliced onion, mushrooms, and green pepper and continue cooking on low for an additional hour
  • Take your hoagie rolls, butter them, and either crisp them up on a pan, or throw them in the oven like you'd be making garlic bread
  • Slice into your beef against the grain. It may be so tender it just falls apart!
  • If you have a flat top grill, take the sliced and/or shredded beef and melt the cheese on top of it.
  • Build your sandwich the the meat, cheese and top with the cooked veggies! 

Directions

  1. Season the Wagyu Roast with the Smoked Bourbon Barrel Salt Steak Seasoning
  2. Heat your cast-iron pan to medium high, add your oil. Sear the roast for 4-5 min per side
  3. In your slow cooker add the Roast, the beef broth, the French onion soup, BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and the beer
  4. Cook on low for 7 hours
  5. Add in the sliced onion, mushrooms, and green pepper and continue cooking on low for an additional hour
  6. Take your hoagie rolls, butter them, and either crisp them up on a pan, or throw them in the oven like you'd be making garlic bread
  7. Slice into your beef against the grain. It may be so tender it just falls apart!
  8. If you have a flat top grill, take the sliced and/or shredded beef and melt the cheese on top of it
  9. Build your sandwich the the meat, cheese and top with the cooked veggies!

Did ya try it? Let us know how it went!


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