Slow Cooker Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches


Slow Cooker Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches


Slow Cooker Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches
Slow Cooker Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches

This recipe is great to use for a game day or a casual week night meal with not a lot of fuss involved. Slow Cooker Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches are perfect to set out for a game day event. This meal is hearty and heavenly on a colder night when you are looking for something to warm you up. You put your bread on the plate, then pile the beef and gravy on top of it. We highly recommend serving this easy slow cooker roast beef sandwich dish with mashed potatoes. This is easy to prepare, with no browning of the meat required ahead of time. Try this out for your next game day event. 


Preparation Time15 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW7 hr

OccasionCasual Dinner Party, Game Day

MealDinner, Lunch

Type of DishSandwich

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How much of the spice did you use in the dish? Did you just eyeball them because I do that a lot. I like that you used brown gravy in this recipe because it pairs so well with the beef. The sourdough bread is an excellent choice too. The flavor has to pair well with the gravy. I bet it is scrumptious. I can't wait to try it.

oh my, that photo is perfect! Look how delicious that looks! I understand what the reviewer below is saying about using prepackaged mixes for cooking. However, sometimes we are looking for recipes that are considered quick or easy and this is one. I can't wait to try it!

I find it a shame that so much is lost for the sake of convenience in these recipes. If the meat is browned first (after rubbing salt, pepper, brown sugar, garlic, and vinegar, at the very least into it), in the oven, under the broiler or on the stove top, you would gain much more flavor after slow cooking. Also I cook everything from scratch, because when you use packaged heavies and flavorings, you are adding unwanted, unneeded additives, coloring, and preservatives. If you make your own from scratch, you avoid food allergies from these extra junk chemicals. It doesn't take much time to learn how to do this and adds no extra prep time once you master it. It also saves money.


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