Pot Roast Sandwich

A perfect summer dinner.

I’m trying to use some of my overstock or food storage to help with the cost of groceries these days. Holy cow! Almost $70 increase in just ONE WEEK’S time. ONE WEEK!

This canned beef is my favorite….. it has great flavor, not a ton of fat, and I’ve been super happy with the canned chicken (also this brand). I HIGHLY recommend having canned meat in your food storage. Here’a a great recipe for using this item- which you should all have on hand. One can of Keystone Beef fed 6 hungry people. So much cheaper than a 3 lb. pot roast. *adds to cart

Pot Roast Sandwich

I can Keystone Beef 28 oz.

1 pkg. Mc Cormick Slow Cooker Savory Pot Roast (dry mix)

4 pepperoncini peppers, sliced

1/2 tsp. salt

1 bay leaf

1/4 c. soft butter

1/4 c. mayonnaise

1 tsp. Gourmet Garden Garlic paste

1 tbsp. or to taste prepared Horseradish

3 green onions, diced

Pinch of salt

6 ciabatta rolls (I get the Walmart Bakery ones)

Olive oil (I LOVE Napa Valley Olive Oil Company)https://www.nvoliveoilmfg.com

Arugula or spinach

Food storage can taste amazing.

Okay. Let’s do this!

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees on broil.

Open your can of beef. With a spoon or fork, remove the pieces of fat, and throw them away. I just take the biggest pieces off the top that I can see. Remeber fat adds flavor. Leaving a little in there is okay! Pour the beef and juices into a medium skillet. Then add the Savory Pot Roast packet, salt, bay leaf and pepperoncini peppers. Stir to combine. Simmer on medium-low for 15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally. The sauce will thicken as it heats through.

I use this skillet at least once a day. Nothing to be intimidated by. They are pretty easy to care for.

Meanwhile make your horseradish sauce. In a small bowl, combine the butter, mayo, garlic, horseradish and salt. Stir to combine. Set aside.

On a large baking sheet, cut open horizontally, the ciabatta rolls, and place them cut side up. Drizzle them with a good quality oil, and the spread one side with a heaping tablespoon of your horseradish sauce. Broil the ciabatta rolls until golden and the horseradish sauce is nice and bubbly.

Rich, sweet and smooth. This olive oil is my favorite.

Remove the toasted rolls from the oven, top each with an equal amount of beef, then top with arugula before serving. Eat warm. Serve with a side salad or fries.

Happy dinnertime! xo

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