PHILLY CHEESE STEAK SANDWICH 



PHILLY CHEESE STEAK OMELET (FOOLING KIDS PART 1)
So my buddy and his kid on vacation from the greater Philadelphia area comes over for breakfast and this kid is pickier than a dog with fleas.  Here’s how the conversation went:

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ME:   “What can I make you for breakfast” after trying unsuccessfully to get the gameboy out of his hand without breaking a few fingers?

HE:   “Nothing once, nothing twice”, and on the third try, he thought for a while how he would get me, the little smart ass, so he said he’d like a Philly Cheese Sandwich.

ME:    He thought I would say no and I was almost content to let him starve. I always let spite win.  It usually doesn’t last that long.  Then he could quietly starve.  

HE:    Till he asked me if I had a coke.   No frickin way, I knew I won.

ME:    OK, I thought for breakfast, I could do that, but not yet,  I had no rolls, I knew bread would not work,  so I did the next best thing and came up with AL’s PHILLY Cheese Steak Breakfast omelet.


INGREDIENTS AND PREPARATION (Five minutes) 
I had meat marinating in the fridge in Worcestershire, scallions and Montreal Seasoning.  I pulled out a small cut, I call it the taste cut because while I have a large meat order cooking, I sample from a small cut I use to see how well the process is going.   

I took my Sashimi knife and thin sliced it with added shallots and sauteed it till almost done. (SEE PICTURE)  I scrambled up two eggs, added them to the fray and flipped once. I took the bulk white american cheese and put it in my cheese shredder and cranked it on, put on a lid for two minutes and the cheese melted right in.  

I folded the ends of the omelet and served it and the kid ate the whole damn thing. He loved it. It looked so good I made another for myself and it's a cute variant of steak and eggs especially if you use Cheese-whiz as they do in Philly.

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