Philly Cheesesteaks

Never had the real thing, but wanted to try.  They're so awesome!!!  Adjust amounts slightly as you like it.  Makes about 4 sandwiches.

1-1.5 lb steak (london broil works well, but whatever lean steak you can get)
1/2 onion
1 green bell pepper
1/2 c mushrooms
drizzle soy sauce
drizzle worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper
Provolone cheese, 4-5 slices
1 T oil
4 rolls/hoagies

Get steak cold (refrigerate, or even try to throw it in the freezer for 10-15 minutes).  Take out and slice as thin as possible, cutting across the grain.  Slice in half as well, to make thin strips.  Add salt and pepper and let sit for 10-20 minutes.  Meanwhile, slice bell pepper thin.  Slice the onion, then quarter it, separating the pieces out.  Cut mushrooms in half, then slice the other direction.

Heat oil in pan (use less if you prefer).  Add in meat.  Using tongs, keep it mixing around, turning and moving until it has browned all over.  Remove excess liquid and reserve.  Remove meat from pan.  Add onions to pan along with about 1/3 of the liquid.  Saute until just starting to carmelize.  Add bell pepper and mushrooms and another 1/3 of liquid or more.  Cook veggies until nearly tender, keeping it moving around.  Add a little more salt if needed.  Return meat to the pot and any remaining liquid.  Cook together until green peppers are tender.  Reduce heat and add provolone cheese over the top of the mixture.  Cook, shaking the pan, but not mixing the cheese in, until cheese melts.

Serve, scooped into toasted buns.  Enjoy!

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