Roast Beef Sandwich Spread

Roast Beef Sandwich Spread

"Pickle relish and ketchup add a touch of sweetness to this sandwich spread that uses up leftover beef. 'I often turn to this recipe after I have made a large roast,' says Carolyn Zimmerman of Fairbury, Illinois."
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20 m servings
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  1. In a food processor, combine the beef, pickle relish and onion; cover and process until coarsely chopped.
  2. In a large bowl, combine the ketchup, mayonnaise, pickle juice, seasoned salt and pepper. Stir in the beef mixture. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Spread on nine slices of bread; top with remaining bread.

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I cut this recipe by half. I don't keep sweet pickle relish on hand, I used a couple of garlic dills and the juice from the garlic dills. My two boys thought this was good but my husband and I b...

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I made this yesterday..It was alright..Just reminded me of Tuna salad Without the tuna...

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I cut this recipe by half. I don't keep sweet pickle relish on hand, I used a couple of garlic dills and the juice from the garlic dills. My two boys thought this was good but my husband and I b...

We used to make a sandwich spread like this when I was a kid, every time we made a roast. It's better without ketchup!! We used the old meat grinders you attach to the counter, and tasted until ...

I used canned corned beef to substitute the roast beef (didn't add salt, of course!) and my husband insisted on using Worcestershire sauce, so I didn't put in the pickle juice. My husband loves ...

As with your other reader, we made this growing up with leftover roast and NEVER with ketchup. As an adult I like to add a little crunch to it with chopped cucumber or jicama but it is great as...

I used deli roast beef and gherkins that I chopped by hand. (I skipped the onion.) Ate it as a spread with crackers and also rolled some in an iceberg lettuce leaf. A good quick lunch.

I made this yesterday..It was alright..Just reminded me of Tuna salad Without the tuna...

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