I’m continuing my monthly meal-in-a-jar project with a delicious Beef Philly Cheesesteak Recipe that my Facebook Group members voted on to be March’s meal! You can read more about the Meal-in-a-Jar project at this link and sign up to receive the monthly emails about it!
Here is March’s meal for the archives in case you joined the party late and missed it.
This month’s Philly Cheesesteaks features four of the March sale items including the Shredded Beef which is heavily discounted for delivery customers. This recipe will fit in one quart jar and feed 4-6 people.
Beef Philly Cheesesteak Recipe
- 1 c. Thrive Shredded Beef (FD)
- 1 c. Thrive Mozzarella Cheese (FD)
- 1/3 c. Thrive Green Bell Peppers (FD)
- 1/3 c. Thrive Mushroom (FD)
- 1/2 c. Thrive Sliced Onions (FD)
- 1 1/2 T. Thrive Espagnole Sauce
- 1 tsp. Thrive Chef’s Choice
Cooking Directions: In a large saucepan bring 2 1/2 cups of water to a boil. Add contents of jar and let simmer for 5-10 minutes.
Serve on a hogi bun, in a lettuce wrap, or eat plain as a stew.
Makes 10-12 quart jars
Add these items to your monthly delivery from Thrive Life. Try to not over-scoop so that you don’t run out of some of the items. Settling does occur in some of the products so if you plan for 10 jars you should have enough, but you might be able to get 12 out of them! You should have some leftovers of some items too.
Thrive FD Thrive Shredded Beef (1 #10 can)
Thrive FD Thrive Mozzarella Cheese (1 #10 can)
Thrive FD Green Bell Peppers (1 pantry can)
Thrive FD Mushrooms (1 pantry can)
Thrive Sliced Onions (2 pantry cans)
Thrive Espagnole Sauce (1 pantry can)
Thrive Chef’s Choice Seasning (1 spice jar)
Remember feel free to customize your delivery if you already have some of these items on hand or want to substitute a different product or brand. Also make sure to adjust your delivery each month for the new recipe so you don’t get sent the same items again!
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- Jodi Weiss Schroeder
Melissa Heath says
How long are you able to store these in a dry pantry? In the event there is no power, how are these heated up?? Boiling water?
Jodi Weiss says
If you use oxygen absorbers they can last 4-5 years in the pantry. Most of the meals are “just add water” and cook on the stovetop so I usually use a butane stove for it. Others can be done in a sun oven if it needs to be baked.