How To Make Cheesesteak Fries

How To Make Cheesesteak Fries | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by Sam The Cooking Guy via YouTube


I’m a sucker when it comes to loaded fries, specifically cheesy fries. I do love carne asada fries so that’s why coming across this recipe by Sam The Cooking Guy was irresistible to not click on. Everything about this video and recipe seemed perfect to me because I love spicy. I would be lying if I didn’t say my mouth was salivating while watching this cheesesteak fries tutorial. I can just imagine how perfectly fried the fries looked, and how tender the ribeye steak was cooked. The video was high-quality so it made the food look even better, which I’m sure is either way. The perfect bite would get the cheese, steak, and peppers all together in one. At this second, I want to go to the grocery store and make these spicy cheesesteak fries.



For the grilled steak

  • ribeye
  • avocado oil
  • salt and pepper
  • garlic powder

For the sauteed vegetable

  • poblano
  • red jalapeño
  • habareño
  • yellow onion

For the cheese sauce

  • butter
  • flour
  • milk
  • garlic powder
  • shredded cheddar
  • shredded Monterey jack

For the assembly

  • french fries
  • grilled steak
  • cheese sauce
  • sauteed vegetables


First, you want your steak seasoned and on the grill. Then, move onto the peppers and sautee them in a pan with butter.

How To Make Cheesesteak Fries | Homemade Recipes
Image by Sam The Cooking Guy via YouTube

Next, make your cheese sauce with butter and flour. Add in the different types of cheese to make it super cheesy and flavorful.

How To Make Cheesesteak Fries | Homemade Recipes
Image by Sam The Cooking Guy via YouTube

Overall, the cheesesteak fries look like perfection and I am definitely giving this recipe a shot. It’s not a hard recipe at all to make at all. Everything is very simple, quick, and easy. The reason why I say it is easy because you just need to throw the steak on the grill, sautee the veggies, make a cheese sauce, and fry up the fries. All in all, just plate it and you’re set with a delicious plate of cheesesteak fries.

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