Homemade Philly Cheese Steak in the Slow Cooker Recipe | Large Family Recipes // Jamerrill Stewart


– [Woman] Hey friends, so today we are doing Philly cheesesteak
in the slow cooker and I’m gonna show you everything
that I have to do with. I’m gonna put in a whole
onion, two green peppers, onion soup mix, a little
bit of extra onion powder, some garlic salt, some black pepper, about three to four cups of beef broth and then what I ended up getting at Aldi, they didn’t have a lot of meat choices and I did not want to go into Walmart, pregnant lady problems. So I got two of these bottom round roasts. There are many different
beef cuts you can use, this is just what they had available. So this is about two and a
third pound, it’s $2.99 a pound. And then this roast, cause
of course we are doing these a large family size, this
roast was okay, so 2.13 pounds, so total I’m gonnaa say
we are pretty close to four and a half pounds of beef for this. I’m only expecting this though to just be a big Philly cheesesteak dinner tonight but I don’t know, maybe
we’re gonna have enough left over for lunch tomorrow. We’ll just see how this
goes. So I’m going to slice the peppers, slice the
onion, I’m going to slice this down this beef and then we’ll throw it into the slow cooker together. And the seasoning when it’s done, now I’m gonna cook it on high
for about three to four hours. And right now it’s about 2:15 here when I’m getting this going so I’ll probably won’t
have it in until 2:30 so that means it’s not gonna
be done till 5:30 or 6:30 we’re planning a later
dinner this evening anyway. And then I’m going to put the hoagie buns that I got into the oven
for just a few minutes with the cheese and
we’ll get those toasted and its gonna be wonderful. So this was a little
bit more expensive meal if you look at the price of the
meat but also if you figure, okay I’m feeding nine people
and my pregnant belly, so you know basically family of 10 now, I’m feeding us all Philly
cheesesteaks for dinner and it’s coming up to be about,
I’m gonna say dinner total is probably around 17 dollars tonight. And so, you know, that breaks down to less than two dollars a person. That also includes, we’re
gonna have fresh broccoli and some dip on the side
to go along with this and that’ll be dinner. Amelia asked for some peppers
and I’ve been chopping. So here you go sweetie, here you go take them
to your little table. So what we have here is two green peppers, we’re gonna dump these in the slow cooker. So there we go, and I
know several you have said I need a tripod for when I’m trying to do these cooking vlogs and
filming so we’ll get there. There we go with the peppers. As far as the tripod and
have it set up perfectly, I’m a big one of just making
the best with what you have and just moving forward
creatively or on YouTube or with blogging or anything cause if I wait till things were perfect and how i would like
them in a perfect world I would do nothing. Okay and you know I only measure
these things for you guys. This is four cups of beef broth. Of course I’m walking with
it. I’m gonna pour that in. I’m using beef broth because I have it, I bought it, think of that. But if I did not have beef
broth I just wouldn’t worry about it because the meat is gonna make all kinds of
wonderful, natural flavor. So I’m gonna go ahead and
put my spices in now because I’m gonna cut my meat into little chunks. And yeah, I just know it’s
gonna be a bloody mess so I thought to keep things
simple, gonna dump my spices in. So we got the four cups of beef broth, I know I said three earlier
but I’m gonna do four. I want you to wait one minute sweetie. And this is just a pack
of onion mix from Aldi. I’m gonna go ahead and put
actually both of them in and then I’m gonna do a tablespoon
of extra onion powder, a tablespoon of garlic salt, and I’m just gonna shake
in a bunch of pepper. So shake it, shake it. Liam you can take the
take the whole thing. I was having my mom, my pregnant lady peanut butter banana lunch and almond milk so you can finish that for me Liam. Okay so I got everything
dumped in there so now I’m gonna go chop. Just got done chopping up the
four and a half pounds of beef and we’re gonna get it
into the slow cooker. Okay, so everything is happy
and into the slow cooker now. I am just gonna go ahead and
stir it up because why not? It will cook lovely for three, I’m gonna try for three hours on high but I’m gonna have to
check it in three hours. Nothing is frozen, it’s totally defrosted. So if I had the beef cubed and frozen or some different configuration
I may go more for four hours. But I’m hoping, let’s see here, yeah it’s almost three
now so I’m hoping we’re able to eat dinner around six and then watch our movie from about
seven to nine or 7:30 to 9:30 so putting my lid on, I
almost said my hood on. It’s on high so here we go. Okay so it has been a
little over three hours, probably three and a half hours cause the kids and I got reading for a while. And the yummy steak is done. I did pull it our
probably about an hour ago and I sliced it up a little thinner. You know, I don’t have
an actual meat slicer, it’s just me and my
kitchen knife so it’s not gonna be like the really thin almost like deli sliced consistency that you would get at somewhere like Subway or professional sub shop but I’m sure its gonna be very
yummy. It smells delicious. Doesn’t everything
smell delicious in here? Yeah they’re eating chunks of it. What I’m gonna do now is
I have these deli rolls and of course a whole bunch of broccoli we’re gonna chop up as a side. So we’re gonna open up the deli rolls, get these in the oven with
some cheese and the meat; let them just toast for a few
minutes and they’ll be ready. So I got all the meat and with the onions and the peppers pulled out
of the slow cooker for now. I have two packs of
provolone left you’ll see I had to add the don’t eat warning to it. I had bought four and then after I worked I think it was last Saturday, I realized “oh my we’re
missing two packs. ” And of course my husband got them and he did not realize that they were for our Philly cheesesteaks. So I wrote don’t eat on
there but I also have some mozzarella and even
some cheddar if we had to, you know, kinda fake it till we make it with some sandwiches. So what I’m gonna do now, I’ve got my oven set to 400 degrees. I’m gonna open these up,
we’re gonna layer sandwiches and put these in the oven. And I just put our first pan. I’ve got nine Philly cheesesteaks in there and I’ve got them in at 400. I’ve just got my timer set
for about three minutes and then I’ll check on them. So I quickly wanted to show you, I just realized I have to
show how I assembled them. All I have done is put the
steak strips and the onions and peppers down and then
two slices of provolone and it worked out that
I had enough for that. So with nine in the oven, I
have three more here, that’s 12. I think I can get one more
out with the steak that I have and then I will push this
more in the sub in a moment but I’m holding my camera. You can see those have held together nice. I’ll help that one in a moment. And Zion’s been working
on broccoli as a side. And so I think what I’m gonna do, I have enough for about one
more cheesesteak and then I’m probably gonna make a pack
of hoagies with just cheese. I have some cheddar and
mozzarella like a mentioned. Cause you can do grilled
cheese in the oven just like any other toasted
sandwich it’s a lot easier. I can do a whole pan of them. But anyway I’m gonna do
a couple grilled cheese on hoagie buns for, like,
I’ll do one for Daniel, one for Amelia, and Liam
might even prefer one of those and that’s another way
to stretch it for dinner. So I just pulled this batch
of nine cheesesteaks out of the oven and boy they look fantastic, it sure smells good in here. So guys I wanted to show
you my plate real quick, this is how the sub
looks, it looks fantastic. The kids are saying “these
are better than Subway!” And then I got some broccoli on the side so if you go over to largefamilytable.com and there’ll be a link
in the description below I’ll have the full recipe for these out. And they turned out great and even the few little extra grilled cheese
I did turned out great. And that’s it so I’ll see you next time with another brand new video! Bye bye. (upbeat music)

100 comments on “Homemade Philly Cheese Steak in the Slow Cooker Recipe | Large Family Recipes // Jamerrill Stewart”

  1. Ruthie says:

    The recipe looks delicious! I have a question, have you always wanted a large family? Or what made you decide to have a large family? I'm one of six children and enjoy having many siblings. I hope to have a large family of my own one day! πŸ™ƒ Have a blessed day, Jamerill and family!

  2. Pam Jones says:

    Thank you for sharing the deliciousness. God bless.

  3. Arica Campbell says:

    Looks delicious

  4. Claire Claire says:

    whoa, that looks waaaaay good. I may need to make this tonight. thanks for sharing!

  5. Tina Reilly says:

    looks yummy xx

  6. Little Creators Homeschool says:

    how do you make your broccoli?

  7. In the Kitchen with Nikki says:

    I love Crock-Pot dishes. They are very convenient with a large family with a busy schedule. This is going on my meal planner. tfs

  8. Sara Peterson says:

    you're fine without a tripod! thanks for sharing what you do.

  9. Cheryl DeGroote says:

    Those look delicious!Β  Once I pulled the meat and veggies out, I would have thrown a couple of bags of noodles in that broth and let them soak up all that goodness!Β  Yum!!

  10. Homemakin* Mom*of*4 says:

    Looks delicious! We have also used hamburger to make something similar.

  11. Desiree Spencer says:

    I am so happy I found your channel. I'm only a family of four. but I have a at home daycare so there's always tiny hands and people who are hungry. Making Crock-Pot is my favorite way for cooking. I'm making your chicken parmesan tomorrow night I can't wait for it! I adore how you cook. it's so freeing use what you have it's not fancy measurements or ingredients! Thank you and God bless

  12. The Melmar Group says:

    Have you ever made a slurry (cornstarch and water) to thicken sauces?Β  I noticed all the delicious juice in your crockpot and thought that would be perfect for a slurry mix.

  13. C G says:

    Great job JamerrillπŸ˜ƒ
    I'm getting hungry already…….. I will try making those for sure!

  14. Liberty Pierce says:

    You really should look at an Instant Pot, that would be done in under an hour and super tender.

  15. Shae Harbin says:

    We just started softball season which means I have absolutely no time to cook. This looks like a super easy and awfully yummy dinner for us! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Karen & Ryan says:

    My husband would love this! Thank You.

  17. Tardisgirl Who says:

    I LOVE-LOVE-LOVE Naomi's hair cut. It really shows off her pretty face. I enjoy watching your videos; you and your family are so inspiring. Of all the different You Tubers I follow, I watch you last – save the best for last! God bless your family and you for sharing. It gives me hope for the future.

  18. Dcoff says:

    Looks delicious!!! I've been notoriously bad for eating out with our family of 6 ( just had a lil one a month ago)! I totally used pregnancy and recovery as an excuse but after watching your videos and seeing how well you shine that example of a proverbs 31 woman, you've inspired me! I can't wait to try this recipe!!! I love the crockpot!

  19. Alma Martinez says:

    I love your vlogs and cooking videos the way you do it now. I have never thought "oh she needs a tripod" I'm with you, work with what you got!

  20. Leah Hitz says:

    Yummy

  21. karbear26 says:

    Those cheesesteaks look super delicious! It's lunch time here wish I was eating one of those!

  22. loves to bake says:

    this looks wonderful Jamerrill thank you so much β™‘

  23. Grazinka K says:

    You're a great Mum πŸ™‚

  24. Samantha Huskins says:

    Looks delicious! Do you ever do pulled pork in the slow cooker? I do and it's a hot everytime.

  25. Traci Perdue says:

    Great video and recipe. Thanks for sharing. Have a good evening!!!

  26. denise says:

    Looks great! What a savings.

  27. Jennifer Hamra says:

    Hi, Jamerrill! Great idea for slow cooking the steak sandwiches. I never thought to do that before. I love watching your videos. You have such an encouraging and loving spirit. I have a homeschool question for you. Forgive me if you already mentioned this in a previous video. I may have missed it. Will you post videos about homeschooling anymore or is it on a different YouTube channel? And I know you have two teenagers. I have two teens ages 16 and 14. Just curious what homeschool curriculum you use for your teens. I have four children: two teens and two toddlers and expecting baby #5 in August. We've been homeschooling for four years now. Just curious what it's like for you homeschooling your teens. (It's hard finding videos about teen homeschoolers.) Thank you and God Bless!

  28. A Purpose Driven Wife says:

    Love your cooking vlogs! What camera do you have to vlog?

  29. CanadianMom1 says:

    Hi! I recently found your videos and they are so entertaining that I am binge watching them. I love shopping hauls and how-to's. I look forward to watching many more and getting to know your family. Your freezer haul vlogs are great and I learned you can make sandwiches ahead and freeze them and they don't get soggy. Keep up the great videos!!!

  30. Life With Mrs B says:

    These look so yummy πŸ™‚

  31. Sara Antic says:

    Are you going to be doing a gender reveal video?

  32. TheLazyHousewife says:

    this looks so delicious!! I might have to make this sometime soon and surprise my husband with it. he loves these!! 😊

  33. Wellthisissomething says:

    Great video Jamerrill! Love to you and your family

  34. Andrea M says:

    They look so good!

  35. C Mcdiva5 says:

    looks yummy

  36. Kim Bowen says:

    Yummy…. that look so good

  37. Jody Paxton says:

    watch for an electric knife around Xmas to go on sale ,freeze meat slightly then cut thin for your quick dinners, looks so good.

  38. AmbersFamilyof4 says:

    Looks so yummy!

  39. Victoria Rojas says:

    FYI, most grocery store meat depts will slice your meat for free. Food for thought.

  40. Nessa Bixler says:

    somewhere I read about popping the roast in the freezer for 15 minutes or so and it stiffens it up and you can really slice it thin and easy. I don't remember Everytime, but I like the method so much when I do!

  41. Louise Hustek says:

    Are you having a boy or girl??

  42. Madi Lynn says:

    Favorite recipe of yours so far! Definitely adding this to my meal plan this week. Xoxo

  43. Zayanhn Merisole says:

    Very nice hot roast beef sandwich.

  44. Emily Perinoni says:

    If you want to cut the meat thinner, put it in the freezer for a little bit. You don't want it frozen solid, just really cold and a little icy on the outside. That's why I do when I make beef and broccoli with stew meat. Works like a charm!

  45. Patricia Johnson says:

    I've found that when I put a cut of meat like that is my slow cooker, whit only about 1 inch of liquid in the bottom and rub the spices on the meat , it comes out so moist and flavorful πŸ˜‹

  46. Sherri Cox says:

    This was delicious! I watched the video yesterday and made it today. the only difference i did was cooked on low all day. the only suggestion, (i do not know if she said to) toast the bread for a min or so before otherwise the bread may get soggy. Thank you SO much for the idea!

  47. Mommakoi says:

    Love this idea! I put these on the menu this week πŸ˜€

  48. Diane Smith says:

    looks yummy yes XUK

  49. Ayla Beverly says:

    Sounds so good!!!!! I would use the juice left in the slow cooker as kind of a sandwich au jus (spelling?) dip

  50. houseofate says:

    The sandwiches look so good . You have given me so many great ideas thank you for sharing . I loved it when you said make the best with what you have and if you waiting for things to be perfect nothing would be Β done .

  51. Katrina Sessions says:

    Looks great

  52. DuPree Crow says:

    hi! I've found that when I buy sliced cheese from the deli I get a lot more for my money than I do in those dairy case packages.

  53. Tomato Tomato says:

    Hello – I want you to come to England and stay at the Savoy as the guest of a posh media company from Shoreditch – that is like Silicon Valley in the UK – they call it Silicon Roundabout. I cannot believe how you manage – you remind me of my Grandma and that is a good thing – Grandma Rose – she kicked it out during the war riding her bike around to make ends meet. Please try to upload more and more often – don't let anyone put you down. It is a good thing what you are doing. Come and stay with me – I will look after you. Lots of love H – Cotswolds England.

  54. Raven Sweetheart says:

    Hey girlfriend, havent seen you since last week so just checking on you and family and new baby! (i predict a baby boy!!) πŸ™‚

  55. Ted Stark says:

    do u have a save a lot in your area? bone in chicken breast, frozen, @ 89Β’ a pound. thru 03/28/17

  56. Love Bug says:

    i like how big of a family u have and i enjoy seeing ur vΓ­deos .. i think ur cool mom looks like .

  57. Donna Terry says:

    Ok, I had to watch this video twice because I am having withdrawals!
    Where are you? Lol

  58. Xenia Lovespink says:

    Hello Jamerill, it has been a week since we've heard from you. I hope that all is well.

  59. Nan Silas says:

    Missing your videos. You ok??

  60. Sherry Duden says:

    Your channel shows that you are closing it down and was wondering if you were going to do another channel or if you were just stopping the you tube completely. I pray you are doing well and everything is ok.

  61. Naomi MUA says:

    Hope you're all ok not seen a video from you this week

  62. True Life Average Jane Vlog says:

    havent seen any new vlogs I HOPE YALL ARE OK

  63. catherine gipson says:

    can anyone tell me why jamerrill has not been on for 2 weeks

  64. T G says:

    Yum … now I'm craving Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches … and gosh a Birch Beer soda pop would be delicious on the side. TFS

  65. luv4all says:

    Looks great! I have to write don't eat on things to.. Sometimes they still eat it! I know what I'm cooking this week. Thanks for sharing!

  66. Cindy says:

    my family doesnt like peppers can i make this without them will it still work ?

  67. krisbis1784 says:

    I made these last weekend and they were sooo yummy. We dipped them in pizza sauce πŸ™‚ thank you for sharing this recipe!

  68. Littlehomegarden 247 says:

    from a philly girl, that sounds amazing

  69. Angie Belle says:

    We just made these 3 days ago and it is now my familys favorite. They wanted me to make a bigger amount next time so they can have it a few days in a row! It is soooo yummy!

  70. Andrea Blaufuss says:

    Great recipe!!😁

  71. Tara Turley says:

    I made this last night and the family LOVES it! Thanks for the recipe!

  72. Cathy V says:

    I just found your channel.. loving your videos! Thank you for sharing! 😊

  73. Cookie Crumb Fun says:

    Those look so delicious! I could smell it all the way in California! Another meal I need to make! Oh, yum yum yummy!

  74. Msniko93 Nixon says:

    You could half freeze the meat not all the way through and it will help with thin slicesz

  75. edefyinggravity says:

    We made this, and it was SO good! I waited to add the green peppers to keep them firmer (just our family's preference), and channeled my inner Jamerrill by using mozzarella 'cause that's what I had on hand. πŸ™‚ I saved the juice and little bits of meat and onions, and the next day I heated it up and added some rice. Easy, cheap lunch for my crew.

    On a totally unrelated note, we've got a teething baby right now, and she loves when I put your videos on. Your voice soothes her like nothing else.Β Thank you from the bottom of my tired mama heart.

  76. K Way47 says:

    I tried these for dinner and they were delicious TFS! Peace and Blessings β™±

  77. Cocinando Rico says:

    you really are a super woman how do you do it?
    mother of 8 homeschool, you cook very yummy recipes your house always clean it looks you are very patient.
    good for you.
    tell us your secret.
    love all your cooking videos

  78. Molly Noneofurbuisness says:

    Pregnant lady problems.. lol I can tell u how many times I have wanted to grocery shop, even driven to the store but realized I just didn't have the mental fortitude or energy, I'm only on #6

  79. Tara Marie says:

    my household is only my husband and I and a kitty. no kiddos yet! (maybe soon ;)) and your slow cooker videos have saved my life! I hate standing around and cooking so to just throw something in the crock pot and have leftovers is awesome!

  80. Buzzy'sHelper says:

    I just bought a tri-pod at Salvation Army for $2.99. I just made sure that it had all it's parts and that it wasn't broken. I don't know why, but at the same thrift store there was 2 more tri-pods and a mini tri-pod. I bought them for my son and daughter that like to take pics for their social media.

  81. jewellm61 says:

    If the meat was partially frozen, it's easier to slice!

  82. dave harris says:

    Next time put the whole roast in there and when you pull it out then slice it, it will break apart tender

  83. rosycheks says:

    Looks very simple and delicious to make! Don't like slaving over a hot stove so I'll definitely try this out for our family of seven.

  84. Andrea Easton says:

    I made these yesterday just using a little less broth to have a thicker sauce and omg it was so delicious!!!! I can't eat much meat for medical reasons but it was so good!!!! 😊😊

  85. Annetta Dunham says:

    If you partially freeze the meat, it makes slicing it much easier.

  86. Laura Fifer says:

    Im making this on Sunday. What is that soup mix packet? Where do i get it? I am doing it in a half for 3 people only so one roast, oh im so excited. Looks so good!!

  87. Mrs.Clarissa Moorefield says:

    Do you cut up your onions and peppers and freeze them? It's easier when it's time to cook. Just take them out let thaw and use them. You can chop slice chunk them however to use however. Just a thought

  88. Faux Manchu says:

    You are an awesome mom!

  89. Disney Des says:

    I have to write "No, do not eat" notes on stuff for my husband not to eat too!!

  90. Beth McMinn says:

    I cook a roast in the slow cooker until done. Then take it out and using my hand mixer I shred it up. Place it back into the crock pot and let it continue to cook in those flavors. Very handy when feeding a crowd, or on a supper busy day.

  91. eH reH eH reH says:

    A philly cheese steak is thin cut rib eye, onions and american cheese on a good roll, that's it. Why does everyone think bell peppers go on a philly cheesesteak. Probably the chain restaurants fault.

  92. Rose says:

    This is so awesome! I never know what to do with big hunks of meat but everyone says they're so much more frugal to buy than the pre-made stuff. Now I know how! I even shop at ALDI so this was super easy to recreate. You're the best, Jamerrill! Thank you.

  93. April Hutchens says:

    Sometimes pregnant women watch your videos and have to go to Subway at 9 pm…. πŸ˜“

  94. Barbarsa Loe says:

    My family will live this!!!πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

  95. Julie Williams says:

    Looks good!

  96. GothicaBeauty. says:

    Hey Jamerrill do you ever make Christmas cake??

  97. Tammy Kirk says:

    How do u still manage to stay glamorous with all those kids

  98. christine azmi says:

    Hi Jamerrill
    Have you thought about buying shaved steak? It would save you some time from slicing meat

  99. NicoleyMommy says:

    Yum! Great idea

  100. larisa anderson says:

    Looks yummy

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