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Last month I was at Meijer and saw that there was a tray of Certified Angus Beef shaved/sliced steak. Actually - I can't remember the specific name of the cut - but it's in the meat counter at Meijer between the ground beef and the steaks. I asked the meat counter guy (who I quickly made friends with) what you would use that for - he said, "Oh I guess something like Steak-Umms" - which I hadn't heard of in YEARS!
My brain then jumped to Penn Station and I knew what we were having for dinner!!!
Boomio - Penn Station at home! The great thing about this is you can buy as much or as little as you need for your family. One pound makes 4-6 sandwiches depending on how much you fill them and how large your sub rolls are.
I put a thin layer of mayo on the roll before I added the beef and then a little more after the toaster oven but top it however you like.
Again - I've never seen this meat anywhere else or in another form or brand - so if you'd like to try it - check Meijer's meat counter and enjoy!
CopyCat Penn Station Philly Cheese Sub
* 1 pound Certified Angus Beef - Sliced Steak (at the meat counter at Meijer)
* 1/2 onion
* 4-8 oz mushrooms, sliced & chopped
* salt & pepper
* sub rolls
* provolone cheese
Saute mushrooms and onions in cast iron pan for 3-4 minutes until soft. Add sliced steak (temp on high) and fry for 2-3 minutes. Open favorite sub roll and pile on the steak mixture. Top with thick slice of provolone and heat under broiler or toaster oven for 2-3 minutes until cheese is melted and bubbly. Remove from toaster oven and top with mayo