[Recipe Review] Six Cents’ Savoury Pepper Steak

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pepper steak

Next up on the freezer meal plan this week is Savoury Pepper Steak from Six Cents. The recipes in her post were all very intriguing to me when I went looking for freezer meals. I’m excited to try the rest of the recipes on this blog too. Check it out!

Six Cents’ recipe works out to two meals of 4 servings each.

The approximate cost of each meal broke down as follows:
steak – $5.50
onion – $0.50
pepper – $1.15
canned tomatoes – $1.25
flour, garlic, bouillon powder, steak spice, steak sauce, Worcestershire sauce – $0.50-ish (I’m guessing)

That’s a total of $8.90 for 4 servings, working out to $2.25 a serving. Another economical meal. This took about 15-20 minutes to put together too.

This may sound a bit funny, but I’m also pretty proud of myself getting all of these meals made. They’re all full of lots of veggies, and no fake ingredients. This pleases me greatly.

We served this over rice (not included in the cost breakdown).

It was really good! We found it quite peppery and it leaves a bit of heat in your mouth, which we like, but if you don’t want it really peppery, I’d cut back on the steak spice a bit.

Thank you Six Cents for the great recipe! Now I can’t wait to try your Salsa Chicken a bit later in the week.

I’m really starting to get quite enamoured with this freezer meal thing!

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