This Instant Pot Philly Cheese Steak recipe is a new family favorite. A dump freezer meal for a quick and delicious Instant Pot dinner for our family!
The best part about this Philly Cheese Steak in the Instant Pot is that you can make it fresh or throw all of the ingredients into a freezer ziplock bag and freeze it. The entire meal is then ready and in the freezer for a literal “dump and go” meal on those super busy nights.
How to Make Instant Pot Philly Cheese Steak
Step 1 – Slice your roast, onions and bell peppers into thin strips and place into instant pot.
Step 2 – Add 1 cup of beef broth, 2 TBS of Worchestshire sauce, salt and pepper.
Step 3 – Set your Instant Pot Setting to “meat” and if frozen set for 30 minutes. If you are cooking fresh or have let your dump meal thaw set for 15 minutes.
Step 4 – Toast your hoagie bun with cheese. Then place meat, onions, and peppers onto hoagie roll.
Your Instant Pot Philly Cheese Steak is ready to serve! Add some chips on the side with a pickle and you’ve got dinner on the table in just minutes. This recipe is so scrumptious it will have you skipping the drive thru line happily on those busy nights.
Instant Pot Philly Cheese Steak Slider Recipe
Ready to make these Instant Pot Philly Cheese Steak Sliders? Here’s the recipe card with the exact measurements.
Instant Pot Philly Cheese Steak
- 2 lbs Sandwich Steak thinly sliced (rump roast, ribeye, etc)
- 2 Medium Yellow Onions, sliced
- 1 Bell Pepper, sliced
- 1 cup Beef Broth
- 2 TBSP Worchestshire sauce
- Salt & Pepper to Taste
- 6 Hoagie Buns
- Sliced Cheese (swiss, provolone, pepper jack)
- Thinly slice beef, onions and bell pepper and place into instant pot.
Add beef broth, Worchestshire sauce and salt and pepper.
Set on Meat setting for 15 minutes, with your valve on sealing.
While still hot spoon onto toasted hoagie rolls!
If you are creating this for a freezer dump meal add all ingredients into a freezer ziplock bag and freeze. When ready you can place frozen in Instant Pot and cook for 30 minutes on the meat setting (with valve on seal) or let thaw and cook for 15 minutes. I’ve done it both ways and it works great!
A different twist and version to the typical Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches are these Philly Cheese steak stuffed peppers which look amazing!
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