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Philly Cheese Steaks

What you need: 

1-2 tablespoons vegan margarine
1/2 small onion, thinly sliced
6 ounces (about 1 1/2 cups) vegan burger-style crumbles
sprinkle garlic powder
4 slices vegan mozzarella
2 hoagie buns/sub rolls
vegan marinara sauce, warmed, to serve

What you do: 

1. Cook the onion in the vegan margarine until soft and translucent. Add the crumbles and cook until heated through -sprinkle with garlic powder.
2. Lower heat and spread mixture out in pan. Top with slices of vegan cheese.
3. When vegan cheese is melted, pile into 2 rolls and top with warmed marinara sauce.
You could also saute some green pepper along with the onion.

Preparation Time: 
20 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2

SO HOW'D IT GO?

This recipe was awesome and my hubby loved it as well.  Easy, fast, and yummy.  Perfect combination.  I'll try it next time with the meatless meatballs for a little variety.

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These were good, kinda like a cheeseburger sub recipe I use. The marinara was an interesting twist though!

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We used veggie meat balls to make this and it was absolutely spectacular. Yumm!

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Has anyone tried to make this with Seitan strips?

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I skipped the marinara sauce, used sauteed onions, bell peppers and mushrooms, and used a different meat sub.  I didn't have any burger crumbles, but I had tofurky sandwich slices, so I used those.  I made a cup of unbeef broth, and then let the tofurky slices simmer in the broth for a bit, until it was hot and juicy. Then I layered the meat and veggies on the sub rolls, which I'd let sit in the oven with the cheese (since Tofutti slices take a bit to melt) to get toasted and warm.  These came out excellent.  ;)b

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This is an amazing recipe!  Anyone who needs that 'meat' fix will truly love it.  I didn't use the sauce either, but instead added a little Annie's Worcestershire sauce to the burger crumbles while cooking along with some diced green peppers.  Excellent! :)

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ok, this sounds good, but what is "burger-style crumbles
    garlic powder" ??

I think they mean "burger-style crumbles" and "garlic powder" :)

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I'm from Philly. And even though I'm vegan, I'm still really critical of cheesesteaks (so's the rest of Philly!). And this ... is ... SO GOOD! I had never put garlic powder on my cheesesteak before, but it reeeeeally added that extra kick. I didn' t use the sauce, though, that's not Philly. And I used Morning Star Crumbles. Mmmmmm, love it!

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ok, this sounds good, but what is "burger-style crumbles
    garlic powder" ??

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I would just like to say this is a terrific recipe, my daughter and hubby both loved it!

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