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Cheesesteak Institute of America

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The Cheesesteak Institute of America is bringing the signature sandwich of South Philadelphia to Wyandotte and beyond. The Experts at CIA says the key to a classic cheesesteak is good ingredients and technique.

CIA Philly Cheesesteak
Ingredients:
4
 oz Royal Gold T/Sliced Steak
2 oz Onions Sliced
1 Slice American Cheese Sliced 120 ct
1 ea Sub Bun 6" or 8"
2 T Vegetable Oil
2 T Water

Directions:
1. Preheat griddle to 350° F
2. Apply 1 T vegetable oil to griddle, add sliced onions
and top with Royal Gold®
3. Moisten meat with remaining vegetable oil and water
4. Cook until edges of Royal Gold® turn brown. Turn Royal Gold®/onion mixture and gently break apart to disperse onions and to create a deli fluff which will add a volume appearance to the sandwich.
5. Allow to cook through.
6. Top with cheese and allow to melt. Remove from griddle and place in a submarine roll.

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