If there is one thing that D.J. likes more than Pot Roast, it’s Leftover Pot Roast Sandwiches. The melt in your mouth meat, with some melted American cheese and a crispy bun is the perfect combination. Step it up by adding some caramelized onions over the top. Serve it up along side some potato chips with a pickle, and you have a perfect quick and easy dinner! Use up the leftover Pot Roast from the CrockPot Pot Roast Recipe that I shared yesterday to make this easy 10 minute dinner!
I never even knew that pot roast sandwiches existed before I met D.J. My Mom always served leftover pot roast mixed with gravy with french fries. It’s one of my Dads favorites, and was quick and easy to make for Mom. But let me tell you something, Pot Roast Sandwiches make that leftover meat so much better!
I love how quick and easy these sandwiches are. They make the perfect recipe for nights that we have soccer practice. The sandwiches are ready in less than 10 minutes, and it’s even something the kids can do and if you needed to, wrap these babies up in a little bit of foil, and bring them with you for dinner on the go. A sandwich and chips makes the perfect on-the-go dinner.
1 dinner roll
leftover shredded pot roast – about 1 cup
2 slices American or provolone cheese
steak sauce, optional
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Slice bun in half, making sure not to go all the way through – slice it like it is a hot dog bun.
Place American cheese on the bun and top with leftover shredded pot roast.
Bake for 5 minutes, or until cheese is melty.
Top with steak sauce and enjoy!