Cut bell peppers and onions into thin slices. Sauté in a large, non-stick skillet with 2 tablespoons butter over medium-high heat, until peppers and onions are tender, about 10 minutes.
While peppers and onions cook, shave off very thin, non-uniform slices of SPAM® Less Sodium with a sharp knife. Remove pepper and onion mixture from skillet. Set aside and cover.
Return same skillet to medium-high heat and add SPAM® slices in an even layer. Add Worcestershire directly on top of the SPAM®, covering each piece. Cover generously with black pepper. Let cook 4 minutes, then stir and flip the SPAM® and allow to cook for about 5 more minutes, until SPAM® is heated through and slightly crisp.
Slice bread loaves most of the way through and toast in separate skillet with remaining butter. While bread is toasting, return pepper and onion mixture to skillet with the SPAM®. Mix together well, and then spread into an even layer. Place cheese slices evenly on top of the SPAM® mixture and reduce to medium heat. Once the cheese is melted, remove pan from heat and stir the mixture with a spatula to incorporate the cheese into the entire mixture.
Place toasted bread loaves onto serving dish. Spread a very thin layer of the dill dip onto the top halves. Scoop sandwich filling onto bottom halves of bread and close. Slice into desired serving sizes and serve immediately.
Sure, the name Philly-Dilly sounds silly, but one bite and you’ll realize this sandwich makes the Philly cheesesteak look silly. It’ll also prove to you that this Philly-Dilly was definitely not put together in a willy-nilly fashion.
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