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1 lb lean ground beef

1 onion, finely chopped

1 green bell pepper, diced

1 cup beef broth

¼ cup A1 sauce

1 tsp steak seasoning

Slices of provolone cheese

1 tbsp cornstarch

Salt & pepper as needed

Your preferred buns


On medium flame, use a wide pan to cook the beef until it's brown, draining excess fat.

Introduce chopped onions and bell pepper, sautéing until they're soft and translucent.

Add in your seasonings: salt, pepper, cornstarch, followed by the beef broth, A1 sauce, and steak seasoning. Let it come to a boil, then let it simmer on low heat for about 10 minutes until it thickens.

Gear up your broiler. Lightly butter your buns and toast them until golden.

Assemble your sandwich: ladle the beef mix onto one half of the bun, and lay a slice of provolone on the other. Place them back under the broiler until the cheese bubbles and slightly browns.

Dive into it immediately and relish!

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