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BBQ Roast Beef and Cheddar Sandwich

BBQ Roast Beef and Cheddar Sandwich


While I was enjoying my grilled roast beef and cheese sandwich I could not help but think of other roast beef sandwiches. Although I have not been to Arby's in a long time I still remember their roast beef sandwiches all covered in melted cheese and very often with a tangy barbecue sauce. With this idea I knew exactly what I wanted to do for my next leftover roast beef meal, a tangy bbq roast beef sandwich smothered in melted cheese.

I started out by making my own bbq sauce and for the sandwich I simply warmed up and shredded some of my leftover roast beef and mixed it in with the bbq sauce and placed it on the bottom of the bun. Next came the cheese followed by a few minutes under the broiler to melt the cheese and it was done and ready to be eaten. This bbq roast beef sandwich was so good! How can you go wrong with moist, falling apart tender roast beef drenched in a tasty bbq sauce and covered in melted cheese?

BBQ Roast Beef and Cheddar Sandwich

(makes 1 sandwich)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
1/2 cup cooked roast beef (shredded and warmed up)
1/4 BBQ sauce
1 bun
1/4 cheddar cheese

Directions:
1. Mix the shredded beef and bbq sauce.
2. Place the roast beef n your bun and top with the cheese.
3. Place the open faced sandwich under the broiler until the cheese melts. (Watch this as it can burn easily.)

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28 comments:

Jennie said...

I am tired, I am hungry and I could totally eat this sandwich right now! It looks sooo good!!!

Chris said...

Damn. That looks amazing!

Amanda said...

Oh my husband would love this, he loves roast beef and cheddar@

Sook said...

Wow.. look at that cheese oozing out! yummy!

Kerstin said...

My hubby just caught a peak of my screen and is now drooling and begging for me to make this - looks great!

Memória said...

STOP!!! You're tempting me again! haha This looks so good!

Nina Timm said...

Another drooling recipe for the bistro, mmm???

Cakebrain said...

You always know what I love to eat! looks scrumptious!

James said...

It's good to see the days of beefy cheese aren't over yet!....

Lucia from Madison said...

Of course we can make our own BBQ sauce. Another store bought item off the list. Your recipe will make a perfect Sunday night meal!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

OMG, that sandwich looks to die for!

Cheers,

Rosa

Sage said...

This sounds so good; you have great recipes can you tell me how you get your recipe to be Printable; I found a way of doing it but it's not as nice as yours Thanks
Sage

Chris said...

Great looking sammie, Kevin. The sauce reads like a good one, how did you like the flavor?

Joanne said...

This looks like something you would get at a really good bbq joint. Except better! I love homemade bbq sauce. Total comfort food.

Michelle N said...

I'm making roast this weekend. I hope I have leftovers to try this sandwich. Looks so good! It is wrong to want one of these at 830 in the morning?

meeso said...

WooHoo... what a sandwich!

Dawn said...

I am a huge fan of Arby's beef & cheddar too. Their horsey sauce is like crack to me. We don't have an Arby's anywhere close to use, thankfully. I do have to try this one.

Su-yin said...

Oh yum, that looks amazing! Especially the cheddar, hehe.

Muneeba said...

This one just sucked me in ... it's pretty darn amazing, Kevin!

Spacey Tuna said...

That is quite possibly the most beautiful sandwich I have ever seen in my entire life.

The Cooking Photographer said...

I want THIS sandwich!!!!!!!!!

Hendria said...

This looks like a winner to me...Great recipe and sandwich... :)

Anncoo said...

Looks delectable!

Robin Sue said...

Oh wow this sandwich looks perfect! I have a roast in the freezer and will have to do this soon!

Kevin said...

Sage:
I wrote a guest post about the printable recipes on Food Bloggers Unite here: http://www.foodbloggersunite.com/2009/04/how-to-make-printable-recipe-pages.html

Suzy said...

I've eaten that Arby's sandwich and I would venture to say without having even tasted it that yours far surpasses it..and I liked the original! Yours looks simply mouthwatering.

Tasty Eats At Home said...

Here I am, trying to eat light for a few days (to make up for over-indulgences lately) and you post this delicious, drool-inducing BBQ sandwich. And oh, that CHEESE. Looks amazing.

delightfullysweet said...

What a tasty treat! The picture is making my mouth water!

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