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It's the molasses that gives this recipe it's unique flavor.
In a large nonstick skillet heat oil over med. heat. Saute onions and meat until onions are soft; about 3 minutes. Add chili powder, pepper, salt, Worcestershire, molasses, and garlic and cook for 5 minutes; stirring occasionally. Add red and green peppers and cook 3 more minutes.
Assemble the sandwiches: preheat oven broiler. Fill each roll with 2 cups of meat mixture and sprinkle with 2 Tbsp. mozzarella and 2 of provolone. Place under broiler until cheese melts, 30 seconds to 1 minute.
This is the original recipe. I omit the chili because we don't like it. I've also used ground beef instead of steak because my husband prefers it that way. I use less filling per roll and it gives me 6 to 8 rolls. I've taken these to parties as well; I use the little salad rolls instead. They are always popular with men.
Source: I got this from a magazine article (don't know which) a number of years ago.
By glenda eileen lockhart from Nova Scotia
This is a yummy beef sandwich and easy to make. The prep is done early, so it'd be a nice main dish for a party. I was originally concerned that this recipe would be too spicy for the kids, but it actually turned out to be quite mild.
I would recommend that you use the roast called for the in recipe as it is a sturdier meat. I used sliced flat iron steak since it was on sale and the kids wouldn't touch the leftovers because they thought it looked like dog food - lol!
Total Time: 4 hours
Source: A Decade of Cooking the Costco Way
In the northern US, Poblano peppers are sometimes called Pasilla peppers, so they might be under that name at your store (as they were at mine). Poblano peppers are fairly mild. You can use a spicier variety if you want to kick the flavor up a notch or two.
I never measure the ingredients in this delicious recipe, I just "eyeball" everything.