Cajun Pot Roast Po'Boys Recipe

Cajun Pot Roast Po'Boys Recipe
Even though many of us groan at the thought of serving leftovers, some leftovers are actually better than the original dish. Cajun Pot Roast Po’Boys definitely fit into this category, and it is worth making a Slow Cooker Cajun Pot Roast Dinner (which is easy and really good on its own) just to have leftovers. The leftover potatoes are also good fried until crisp or can be used in Cajun Potato Soup.
Hopefully this delicious sandwich will remind you of the great food in N’awlins, and will become a favorite way to eat leftover Cajun-style roast beef. Cajun flavors are highly addicting, and you’ll find yourself eating more than you plan to eat, which may be bad for your diet, but very good for your satisfaction and well-being. Roast Beef Po’Boys are available at dozens of restaurants in New Orleans, and they are very good. These Cajun Pot Roast Po’Boys may be even better, and you don’t have to go all the way to Louisiana to enjoy them. It may be a good idea to double the pot roast recipe so that there will be enough to go around.

6 Servings

2 cups Cajun Pot Roast with Gravy, shredded

6 6" French rolls
Shredded Lettuce
12 tomato slices
  1. Mix the pot roast with enough gravy to moisten; heat in a small skillet over low heat.
  2. Cut the French rolls lengthwise almost through and open, spread with mayonnaise, top the bottom half with shredded lettuce and two tomato slices, then top with the hot roast beef mixture.

Amount Per Serving
Calories 414 Calories from Fat 126
Percent Total Calories From: Fat 31% Protein 38% Carb. 31%

Nutrient Amount per Serving
Total Fat 14 g
Saturated Fat 4 g
Cholesterol 110 mg
Sodium 470 mg
Total Carbohydrate 32 g
Dietary Fiber 0 g
Sugars 0 g
Protein 40 g

Vitamin A 3% Vitamin C 9% Calcium 0% Iron 7%

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