"This delicious hot sandwich can be made with either left over roast beef or, in a pinch, with deli roast beef." — ebrunworth
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1 1/2 cups
hot pepper sauce
whole wheat bread
sliced roast beef
shredded pepperjack cheese
My family LOVED this recipe. I should note that I used hoagie rolls, instead of the sliced bread that was called for. I also omitted the hot sauce - not intentionally, but I discovered I was out when I went to make these. I think the pepper jack cheese has more than enough pep and I will not be adding the hot sauce in the future. I used 24 oz. of sauerkraut and doubled the mustard, barbecue sauce. I was able to make 7 sandwiches out of this.
Excellent taste - sauerkraut is the key~ I made this recipe though with a large garlic loaf browned as usual rather than just bread. Mmmm.....
What a delicious blend of ingredients for the sauerkraut mix. My roast beef was sliced thin but not shaved. I had my broiler on lo and they took 4 minutes to be light brown on top and they were heated through and through. Husband added mayonnaise to his bread, the rest of us did not. I tried both and it is good both ways.
Really nice change of pace! Very easy, even if you heat the sauerkraut on the stovetop. I wasn't sure if the sauerkraut was supposed to be drained or not; next time I'll drain it a little as it was a bit soupy. I added pepperoncinis and sliced tomatoes under the cheese. Great weeknight meal!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Open-Faced Broiled Roast Beef Sandwich
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 67
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