Food & Drink Cozy Up With A Bowl Of Philly Cheesesteak Soup

17:30  09 february  2018
17:30  09 february  2018 Source:   delish.com

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Here at Delish, our love for Philly Cheesesteak knows no bounds. Much to the chagrin of our Philadelphian staff members, we've turned the classic on its head more times than I can count. We're talking wraps, omelets, nachos, and so much more. It's a winning combo and we're willing to take it as far as it'll go.

a close up of food on a plate: Philly Cheesesteak Soup Horizontal © Brandon Bales Philly Cheesesteak Soup Horizontal

This soup is crazy delicious on its own, but in a bread bowl it's a downright masterpiece. It's everything you want in a hearty winter soup: creamy, cheesy, and full of steak! Start by searing your meat on all sides to get that classic cheesesteak caramelization. Next, add your classics: yellow onion plus green and red peppers. When those are cooked down, add a little flour to thicken it up. Finish with broth, cream and *duh* provolone and you're almost there! Let it simmer slightly and add you meat back in.

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a close up of a plate of food with broccoli: Philly Cheesesteak Soup Vertical © Brandon Bales Philly Cheesesteak Soup Vertical

If you're using a bread bowl, slice off the top and remove the center. Ladle in your soup and top with a healthy helping of cheese and your leftover bread if you'd like. Broil until melty and golden, and dig in! Philly Cheesesteak heaven awaits.

My Go-To Recipe for Leftover Easter Ham .
Like a turkey after Thanksgiving, a leftover Easter ham is the gift that keeps on giving. And giving, and giving, and giving. Until you can’t even look at another ham and cheese sandwich. Which is exactly the right time to get out your slow cooker and whip up a pot of Ham-and-Bean Soup, the very best thing to make with a leftover Easter ham. In fact, I think this soup is reason enough to make a ham other times of the year besides Easter. (Or just pick up a ham bone at the grocery store.) This simple soup is a test kitchen favorite. It’s hearty, comforting, and just the right thing to eat in early spring, when the weather still hasn’t quite warmed up yet. Made with a leftover ham bone, dried white beans, chopped carrots, celery, onions, and garlic, chicken stock, and fresh thyme, the recipe comes together in 15 minutes, then simmers all day in a slow cooker. It’s about as hands-off as homemade dinner can be, and you probably have most of the ingredients already in your kitchen. WATCH: Honey Bourbon Glazed Ham A large, meaty bone works best in this savory soup—and allows you to use up every single scrap of ham. When the soup is done cooking, remove the bone from the slow cooker with kitchen tongs and set the bone aside until it is cool enough to handle. Then remove the meat from the bone and set the meat aside, discarding the bone along with any fat and gristle. Shred the reserved meat if necessary and add it back to the soup. Round out the meal with a simple salad of mixed greens and some skillet cornbread and you’ve got a homey supper that also makes a great lunch.

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