A new spin on an old classic. Growing up Sloppy Joes where a favorite of mine but as an adult, this Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes definitely takes the cake!
Yes, I took two classically messy sandwiches and combined them into one gloriously Sloppy and Cheesy Sandwich!
I have been making Sloppy Joes for years. My mom made them all the time growing up. They are easy and quick to make so that is why we had them a lot.
My husband got a Philly Cheesesteak from a local sub show a while ago, and it was great. This is what inspired me to try it out, but with a twist. These Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes are cheesy and very sloppy. I hope you enjoy them!
How to make Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes:
Start by cooking and preparing the ground beef. Add in the green peppers and onions and cook them until they are tender. Add in the other ingredients and cook until the sloppy Joes are saucy. Mix in your provolone cheese until it is melted. Serve on some nice hamburger buns.
- Oil Ground Beef
- Onion (diced)
- Green Pepper (diced)
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Salt & Pepper
- Beef Broth
- Provolone Cheese (chopped)
- Hamburger Buns
Step Two - Add to the skillet ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, beef broth, and corn starch. Cook and stir until your sloppy joes are slightly thickened.
Step Three - Turn heat to low and add in chopped provolone cheese, cook, and mix until cheese is melted. Serve warm on a bun and enjoy!
Can I make Sloppy Joes ahead of time?
Sloppy Joes are super easy to make, but if you need to make them ahead of time you definitely can. Once you make them store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. They can be stored for up to 7 days after making them.
How do I reheat Sloppy Joes?
The best way to reheat Sloppy Joes is to add them back to a skillet and heat them on medium heat. Add in some beef broth for the Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes to loosen everything up and get things saucy again. If you don't have any beef broth, a little tomato sauce will help as well, but it will change the flavor slightly.
Can you freeze Sloppy Joes?
Sloppy Joes can be frozen. Once they are cooked, allow them to fully cool. Store the Sloppy Joes in a freezer-safe airtight container. The Sloppy Joes can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. Follow the directions above for reheating them, once they are thawed out.
Try some of my other Sloppy Joe recipes:
Classic Sloppy Joes - The BEST way to make Sloppy Joes. This recipe is simple and delicious and will quickly become your new favorite way to make Sloppy Joes. Ground beef simmered in tomato sauce sweetened by brown sugar and seasoned with Worcestershire sauce.
Taco Sloppy Joes - Two of my all-time favorite foods coming together in one amazing dish. These Taco Sloppy Joes are so yummy and a family dinner that everyone is going to love.
Ground Turkey Sloppy Joes - A classic and a family favorite. These Ground Turkey Sloppy Joes are sure to win over even the pickiest eaters, my kids even asked for seconds!
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Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes
- 1 tablespoon Oil
- 1 pound Ground beef
- 1 small onion (diced)
- 1 small green pepper (diced)
- 2 tablespoons Ketchup
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- ½ teaspoon Salt (to taste)
- ¼ teaspoon Pepper (to taste)
- 1 cup Beef broth
- 1 tablespoon Cornstarch
- 6 slices Provolone cheese (chopped)
- 6 Buns
- Warm oil in a large skillet. Cook and crumble ground beef. Add diced onion and green peppers and cook until tender.
- Add to the skillet ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, beef broth, and corn starch. Cook and stir until your sloppy joes are slightly thickened.
- Turn heat to low and add in chopped provolone cheese, cook and mix until cheese is melted. Serve warm on a bun and enjoy!
Loved the flavor, a little too salty for me. Will try it again eliminating the extra salt. There’s plenty of salt from ketchup, broth, Worcestershire and cheese.
Glad you liked the flavor. And yes, feel free to eliminate the extra salt.
I made this and thought 1 cup of beef broth was way way too much. 2nd time I used 1/2 cup or even 1/3