Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie

Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie

Breakfast Hoagie

Steak Egg and Cheese Hoagie

 

Tired of a fried egg on toast sandwich or that fried egg on a muffin?  Well how about upgrading your breakfast sandwich to the Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Hoagie.  Mind you this is a sandwich you will not eat and drive since the steak meat tends to drip, but it is a great sandwich and add you favorite topping be it ketchup, hot sauce, mayo or what ever you heart desires.  This is the Champion of Breakfast Sandwiches.

 

Steak Eggs and Cheese Hoagie Ingredients

  • Hoagie Rolls
  • Beef Sandwich Steaks
  • Provolone Cheese
  • Large Eggs
  • Butter fried onions and peppers
  • Salt, Pepper and Garlic Powder

Making the Steak Egg and Cheese Hoagie

I like using only two frying pans so the first thing I do is fry some onions and peppers in a little butter, season it with some salt, pepper and garlic powder, but you can use what you like.  Once the onions and peppers are fried to your liking, remove to another dish.

In the same frying pan, place you beef steak sandwich patty and pan fry it until its done. I use a spatula to cut the patty up as it cooks.

In another preheated frying pan, add a dab of butter then add two eggs.  I scramble the eggs in the pan.  Once the eggs are just about done to my liking I add 2 slices of provolone cheese (you can use any cheese you wish).

Once the cheese is melted on the eggs, place the eggs in a slice 6-inch hoagie roll.

Pile on the cooked steak meat next and top with some fried onions and peppers.

Top with the condiments of your choice and enjoy.

One note. . . I have made this may times this way, and the steak meat and fried onions always tend to drip some grease/butter.  So be cautious and protect your clothing from drips.  I do not like soggy bread,  maybe if I put the steak meat and fried onions and top with the eggs this would help correct the problem.  If you make it this way and it works out better let me know.

Enjoy your Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie.

 

 

Breakfast Hoagie
Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie
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When you are looking for a more filling sandwich than a fried egg muffin sandwich or a fried egg on bread, this is the way to go. The Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie. Why not a cheesesteak for breakfast. I'm game!
Servings Prep Time
1 each 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 each 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Breakfast Hoagie
Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie
  • 1
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  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
You: 5
Rate this recipe!
When you are looking for a more filling sandwich than a fried egg muffin sandwich or a fried egg on bread, this is the way to go. The Ultimate Steak Egg and Cheese Breakfast Hoagie. Why not a cheesesteak for breakfast. I'm game!
Servings Prep Time
1 each 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 each 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Cut the onions and bell peppers. In a frying pan melt 1 tablespoon butter, add the onions and bell peppers, season with salt, pepper and garlic. Fry until soft. Remove from the pan and set aside.
  2. In the same frying pan, place the sliced sandwich steak patty, season with salt and pepper and fry until desire done.
  3. At the same time, melt a tablespoon of butter in a frying pan. Add 2 eggs and scramble and cook. When the eggs are almost set, place 2 slices of provolone cheese on top to melt.
  4. Assemble the hoagie. Place the eggs and cheese in a slice hoagie roll. Top with the steak sandwich meat and then the fried onions and peppers. Add condiments as desired and enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Feel free to mix the fried onions and peppers with the cooked steak sandwich meat.  I kept them separate mainly for taking pictures, but I also cooked a few sandwiches so I fried all my onions and peppers at once.  Do what is easiest for you.

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  • Jason

    That is one mighty sandwich. I would mix the meat with the onions myself and melt the cheese there. I’m having this for breakfast this morning. Thanks for sharing.

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