I prefer authentic roast beef sandwiches (sliced thin with a little onion, bbq sauce or mayo) when the roast beef is hot and fresh off the grill. I'm not too keen on roast beef leftovers. I'm not sure why. Leftover sandwiches are good but they don't knock your socks off and that's what I usually go after. The plan here is simple: heat oil in a pan, chop up the roast beef, onions and cheese, sauté the onions and toss in the beef and cheese. After everything is really hot, place it on a roll and there you have it! A fantastic cheesesteak sandwich! If you put this on a fancy Philly sub roll you'd have yourself one hell of a cheesesteak sub.
Here we go: Get the pan hot with oil and add some diced onions.
Toss it all in the pan when the onions start to brown a bit.
Mmmm. Let it get nice and hot, put some salt and pepper on top and then put it on a roll! I'm not sure we can get any easier than that. This is a really easy way to make an emergency cheesesteak sub when you don't know what to do with those roast beef leftovers. I assume this would also work with chopped deli roast beef, if for some sad reason you weren't able to make your own roast beef. Just a thought.
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By John Thomas
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