Plant-Based Philly Cheesesteak// Meal Prep

Cook Time: Approximately 30 - 50 Minutes

Items Needed:

•Country Crock Plant Butter with Avocado Oil

•Organic Garlic Powder

•Montreal Steak Seasoning

•Au Jus Gravy

•Siete Dairy Free Queso Nacho (found at Sprouts)

•Sweet Earth Traditional Seitan

•Mushrooms (be sure to wash)

•Bell Peppers (be sure to wash)

•Onion

•Almond Milk

•Baked Rolls



First, you're going to want to start by putting your pan on a low heat, so when you're done cutting up your vegetables, you can add them to the pan.

After putting your pan on a low heat, you are going to want to dice your mushrooms and onion very finely, and cut your bell peppers into small strips.




Turn your heat up to medium and add 2 tablespoons of your plant butter to the pan and swoosh it around the pan to ensure at least 85% of the pan is covered in the butter. After your butter is spread across the pan, add your mushrooms, onions, and bell peppers and let them sauté in the butter for about 6–12 minutes (depending on your heat level) with an occasional stir. After your vegetables have all been stirred into your butter, sprinkle your garlic powder on top (I like a lot of garlic powder; you can’t go wrong with it) and give it a good stir.




While your vegetables are sautéing, you're going to want to cut your seitan into strips. Add your seitan strips to your vegetable mix, and give it a good stir. Now you are going to let your mix cook for about another 6–12 minutes. After the first four minutes of cooking, add your Montreal Steak Seasoning, stir, and let it cook for the remaining time.

While your mix is cooking, add cold almond milk and your Au Jus Gravy pack to a small pot and give it a good stir. You don’t want any clumps left in your gravy, so continue to stir until you have a smooth mix. If your mix isn’t completely smooth, that’s fine. Put your gravy on the stove at medium/high heat and let it simmer for about 4–7 minutes with an occasional stir. You're looking to let your gravy thicken up (you’ll know it’s for sure ready when it starts to bubble to the top of your pot). Next,

you're going to want to add your gravy to your seitan vegetable mix and give it a good stir. Now you are going to want to cover the top of your pan and let your mix steam for about 5–10 minutes with an occasional stir.




After your mix is done cooking, you are going to want to broil your baked roll in the oven or air fryer. I used the air fryer. Allow your roll to brown to your liking. After your roll is done, you are going to add your seitan vegetable mix to your roll and top it off with some Siete Dairy Free Queso Nacho.



Voila 🧈🍄🧅🫑🧄🥖

If you want to put a spin on it and make some mini sliders, bake some Pillsbury Crescent rolls at 350 for 10 minutes or your preferred browning in a non-stick pan (I used a non-stick spray oil). When your rolls are done, let them sit for about a minute or two, then cut them down the middle, add your mix and queso, and enjoy.




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