Minute steak is a thin cut of London broil (also called top round) or top sirloin. Sliced into thin strips and sauteed, it's the perfect filling for satisfying sandwich.
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Being from Philly also, I agree, it is not a hoagie. I would make one other suggestion. I never cut the steak into strips, I cook them whole. I began making cheese steaks when I was 12 and helped out at a neighborhood deli. (That was many years ago when it was legal.) Anyway, I like the meat better cooked whole rather than in strips. It bites and chews and tastes better.
It looks tasty but it's a cheesesteak! What made you call it a hoagie? I am originally from Philadelphia and I thought you might have come up with a great combination of hoagie ingredients. Want to give it another try?