Whether you roast a piece of beef and slice it or buy deli sliced roast beef, there are a multitude of sandwiches that you can create with this versatile meat. Roast beef is delicious in a simple sandwich on artisan bread. It is equally tasty on a complex sandwich layered with condiments.
Here are ideas for delightful roast beef sandwiches. They were adapted from sandwich ideas originally found in the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum. This forum is home to the Sandwich Name Game, which has had hundreds of thousands of viewers. Enjoy your sandwiches!
Roast Beef Sandwich Ideas
*Roast beef on rye with horseradish sauce.
*Spinach dip (made from Knorr soup mix) on pumpernickel covered with shaved DiLusso roast beef.
*Hot open face roast beef sandwich over white bread and mashed potatoes with brown gravy.
*Top round roast sliced thin on fresh sliced Italian bread with provolone cheese, grilled and then served with aus jus for dipping.
*Leftover roast beef with mustard on white bread.
*Roast beef on sliced crusty artisan bread with lettuce, tomato, and garlic mayo.
*Shredded roast beef in barbecue sauce topped with coleslaw on a sesame seed bun.
*Deli roast beef on a grilled hard roll with mayo and horseradish.
*Hot roast beef sandwich with mushroom gravy.
*Aged cheddar, shaved roast beef, sautéed onions, peppers, mushrooms, alfalfa sprouts, and spicy mayo in a wrap.
*Dijon mustard spread on roast beef piled on a bun grilled in garlic butter.
*Pulled roast beef with KC Masterpiece barbecue sauce and onion rings on a hoagie bun.
*Horseradish mayo on rustic bread with roast beef, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and thin sliced red onion.
*Hot roast beef and Swiss cheese on rye with sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing.
*Yellow and red pepper strips sautéed with sliced onions and garlic, then layered with warm roast beef and thin sliced provolone cheese and served in a fresh warmed Portuguese roll.
Hot or cold, on bread or buns, roast beef sandwiches are the centerpiece that can make a delicious sandwich meal. Pair them up with salads or veggie sides. Add the sweetness of fruit or juice. Then, step back and accept the compliments!
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