The Best Vegan Philly Cheesesteak

Introduction: The Best Vegan Philly Cheesesteak

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I love GOOD FOOD………but who doesn’t…..right???? I’m talking about good flavorful food that makes you close your eyes with pure, enjoyment of what marvelous flavors hit your taste buds. Well, this Vegan Philly Cheesesteak is just that for me. This dish proves that you won’t miss the meat.

Now let’s dive in and do a little cooking…

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Step 1: Ingredients and Method

Ingredients

2 cups organic sliced mushrooms

3/4 cup organic yellow or white onion (julienned)

1 cup organic tri-color peppers (julienned)

Handful of organic spinach (roughly chopped)

1 tbsp liquid amino or low sodium soy sauce

2 tsp avocado oil (or oil of choice)

1/2 tsp organic onion powder, garlic powder, and black pepper

Vegan Mozzarella cheese (2) 6″ sub rolls

Method

In a pan on medium heat add your oil. Next, add your mushrooms, cook for about 8 minutes or until nice and tender.

Now add your onion, pepper, seasoning and liquid amino.

Stir to get everything evenly combine. Allow this mixture to cook with a top on your pan for about 3-5 minutes.

Turn off the heat.

Once done divide the mushroom mixture into two serving in your pan.

Top each of your servings with cheese, place the top back on the pan and allow the cheese to melt.

Once the cheese has melted add your mixture to your sub roll.

Add whatever condiments you desire or enjoy as is.

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    4 Discussions

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    LydiaT2
    LydiaT2

    3 years ago

    No, no, no, sorry......... If there is no real beef steak in it, and no real cheese, then you can not call it Cheese Steak.

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    Sewloveable
    Sewloveable

    Reply 3 years ago

    LOL.....I promise you will not miss the meat.

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    ChrysN
    ChrysN

    3 years ago

    Yum, this sounds delicious.

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    Sewloveable
    Sewloveable

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you!