Philly Cheese Steaks with Grass Fed Wagyu Short Ribs


Wagyu Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches -

Grass Fed Wagyu Short Ribs made into awesome Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches, perfect for your SuperBowl Party
Servings 8



  • 2 TBSP. Olive Oil
  • 4 Large Onions sliced /4" thick
  • 3 Large Red and/or Green Peppers seeds removed, sliced like onions
  • Kosher Salt
  • Fresh ground black pepper
  • 3 TSSP. white or red wine vinegar


  • 5 # Pasture Prime Grass Fed Wagyu Short Ribs
  • 8 - 10 " long Italian Sub Rolls
  • Vegetable oil for griddle
  • Salt & Pepper
  • 10 oz. Cheese of your choice sliced thin
  • 10 oz. Provolone cheese mild or sharp, sliced thin
  • Ketchup and or hot sauce for serving optional


  1. STEP 1: Remove Bones, freeze the meat until firm around edges but still yielding in center 45-60 minutes. This makes it easier to slice.
  2. STEP 2: Slice semi-frozen meat as thin as possible. Slices do not have to be regular. Divide into 8 portions. Meat can be prepped 1 day ahead, covered tightly and chilled.
  3. STEP 3: Saute Peppers & Onions
  4. Heat Olive oil in large pot over medium high heat
  5. Add Onions & Peppers and season with S & P.
  6. Cook stirring often, adding a splash of water if vegetables are browning too quickly.
  7. Cook until golden & tender, about 25-30 minutes.
  8. Remove pot from heat
  9. Add vinegar & stir.
  10. Taste & adjust seasoning
  11. This can be done ahead; cooled, covered, chilled and reheated before assembly.
  13. Slice bread in half lengthwise
  14. Heat a large griddle across two burners on medium heat (Or use large cast iron skillet)
  15. Lightly coat cooking surface with vegetable oil
  16. Place two portions of meat on griddle (about 1 Lb.)
  17. Season generously with S & P
  18. Cook, pressing down and pulling slices apart using two metal spatulas until cooked halfway thru (you should still see some raw spots.)
  19. Scoot meat into 2 oblong portions no more than 1" high
  20. Top with onions & peppers
  21. Top with 2 slices each of the two selected cheeses
  22. Cook, undisturbed until meat is browned and crisp underneath and cheese is melted, about 4 min
  23. Transfer to roll, slice & serve

Recipe Notes

Sandwiches can be made ahead in parts and also can be wrapped in parchment and foil and held for 20 minutes prior to serving. While you don't need a griddle for this recipe, it makes the recipe a "snap." Be Sure to enter our contest to win a dynamite Lodge Griddle as used in this recipe..."the hardest working 16-pound slab of metal in your life."

Adapted from Bon Appetit

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