Philly Cheesesteak Egg Roll


Tender meat, sautéed peppers and onions is smothered with cheese and wrapped in egg roll wrappers and fried to perfection in these Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls. This is going to be your go to appetizer or snack when you want to impress without a lot of stress.

Using egg roll wrappers is super simple and easy. You’ll be inspired to try it in these other recipes. The Best Avocado Egg Rolls, Southwest Chicken Egg Rolls, and Homemade Egg Rolls.

Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls Traditional Philly Cheese Steak stuffed into egg roll wrappers is an easy to eat finger food that is a delicious addition to any appetizer board. It’s also hearty enough to be a meal almost on its own. It’s ooey and gooey and tender on the inside and crispy and delicate on the outside.

I love how these are so different from your traditional egg rolls, it’s a wonderous super tasty surprise. Everyone loves them. Take them to your next tailgate, holiday party or any occasion, they’ll be the first to be devoured.



Butter – 1 ½ tbsp.
Green bell pepper chopped – 1
Onion chopped – ½ cup
Boneless rib-eye steak sliced or chopped – 1 pound
Provolone cheese – 6 slices
Egg roll wrappers – 12
Oil for frying
Optional: Ranch for dipping


Take a large pan and put it on medium flame. Use half of the butter (half the quantity described in the ingredient list) and melt it. After the butter is melted, add green bell pepper and chopped onion. Cook these ingredients for three to four minutes or until softened.
Once veggies are cooked; take them out on a plate and cover them to retain their heat.
Now, use leftover butter and melt it. Add rib eye to the melted butter in the pan. Use salt and black pepper as a seasoning.
Now cook the rib eye steak for three to four minutes or until the colour turns brown and inside is cooked.
Now add the prepared veggies to the pan and mix with the steak.
Take egg roll wrappers and unfold them. Now put half slice of cheese in the centre of the egg roll wrapper.
Now, add two to three tbsp of steak filling on each egg roll wrapper and fold as per the package directions. Use water to bind the edges of the wrappers as you move to them.
Add oil to the deep frying pan and heat it.
Fry three to four egg rolls at one time and turn when needed. It takes three to five minutes for frying and, it turns brown.
Put fried rolls on paper towels to drain extra oil and then serve with favourite sauce.



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