Cheese Steak Quesadillas



This Cheesesteak Quesadilla has all of the best flavors of a traditional Philly cheesesteak sandwich, but it is placed in a cheesy, gooey, and melty quesadilla instead of a sandwich.

It wouldn’t be a recipe inspired by Philly cheesesteaks without the inclusion of cheese whiz, so we stuffed perfectly crisped tortillas with tender slices of seasoned ribeye steak, finely chopped red bell pepper, onion, melty provolone cheese, and cheese whiz. After all, a Philly cheesesteak-inspired dish isn’t complete without cheese whiz.

  • 3 Ribeyes; slice them thinly.
  • 2 Tbsp.Of your fav Steak Seasoning. 
  • 6 large Flour Tortillas. 
  • 12 to 15 Provolone Cheese slices. 
  • 1 Cup.Of « Cheese whiz ». 
  • Red Bell Peppers; I used 2 sliced. 
  • A medium sliced White Onion. 
  • Minced Garlic – I used 6 Cloves.
  • 1 Tbsp.Of Kosher Salt.
  • 1 Tbsp.Of Black Pepper.
  • 1 Tbsp.Of Garlic Powder. 
  • Step 1 – To begin, slice your ribeye steaks as well as your red bell peppers and white onion very thinly. First, mince your garlic, and then leave everything aside until you are ready to start cooking. 


  • Step 2 – Prepare a large pan over the stove on moderately hot heat (about 375 degrees Fahrenheit).


  • Step 3 – After adding 1 tablespoon of canola oil to the pan add your sliced steak, and your favorite seasonings. Continue cooking the steak until it is completely browned and done (about 10 minutes). After the steak has finished cooking, remove it from the pan and set it aside to cool. 


  • Step 4 – After that, stir in the garlic, bell peppers, and onions while seasoning them with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Wait for seven to nine minutes until the meat is tender, then remove it from the heat and set it aside to cool. 


  • Step 5 – While the meat and vegetables cool, clean your pan and heat it to 300F to make your quesadilla. 


  • Step 6 – Put a large tortilla on the pan, then add a couple of slices of provolone cheese on either half of the tortilla. After that, prepare one side of the tortilla by sprinkling cheese whiz, slicing some meat, and adding some vegetables. 


  • Step 7 – Toast the tortilla for one to two minutes on each side after you fold it over and let it sit. As soon as the quesadilla is ready, remove it from the pan, set it aside to cool, and then proceed with the preparation of the other quesadillas. 


  • Step 8 – When it comes time to serve, heat up some cheese whiz for dipping. Cut and serve!


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