Homemade Philly creamy steak onion and mushroom sandwiches
Beef is too expensive to buy in Norway, really costly. I don't think I would pay 70-100 or more US Dollars per kilo for a good quality beef especially imported beef and meat when you can get it cheaper in another country. So my husband took a little trip to Sweden the other day and bought beef, pork, and chicken. He also bought me some American products because he knew I was feeling a bit blue. He surprised me with 2 kilos of M&Ms, Reese peanut butter cups, Lindt chocolate, and mountain dews. I haven't had M&M for 2 years. He is my rock!
It's much cheaper to buy food in Sweden than in Norway. Seafood is about the same price. For a family with small kids, the prices on food and everything else in Norway, it's impossible to save. My husband and son have to have some red meatin their system. I wouldn't mind living in the border of Norway and Sweden though.
2 lbs sliced beef, seasoned with grilled/steak seasoning, Worcestershire sauce, ground black pepper, dash salt, hickory liquid smoke, corn starch, and other stuff, mixed well.
1-2 tablespoons cooking oil
2 large onion sliced
1 cup smoked ham, sliced small pieces
1 cup sliced mushrooms
100 grams Philadelphia cream cheese
3/4 cup beef stock
In a large pan heated tablespoons cooking oil on high heat. Added in sliced onions, stirred and cooked for 5 minutes. Then added in seasoned marinade beef, smoked ham, and mushrooms. Stirred and combined all for 6 minutes. Spooned in cream cheese, stirred and mixed well. Then poured in beef stock, stirred well, covered and cooked for 5-8 minutes on medium/ low heat. Removed cover seasoned with ground black pepper. Sliced a few sub bread in half, placed in 3 slices of Swedish cheddar cheese, and spooned in cheesy Philly steaks mixture, squeezed some Sriracha hot chilli sauce on top and served.
My whole family loved it. Good thing I made extra and stored in the freezer. They can't have this everyday.