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.
It doesn't get much easier than this delicious sandwich which features Portobello mushrooms, roast beef and provolone cheese. My sister and I love this gourmet-tasting sandwich.—Tabitha Freeman of Middletown, Connecticut
"This satisfying stew is a breeze to fix because it uses leftover roast beef and refrigerated biscuits," promises Patti Keith from Ebensburg, Pennsylvania. "With hearty chunks of potato and plenty of mixed vegetables, it makes a wonderful meal with a loaf of garlic bread."
Meet the Cook: Served with fresh bread, this makes a nice light meal. I've also used this recipe for entertaining, and it has always been a success at potluck dinners.
While it's a delicious way to use up leftover beef, I sometimes serve it with cold ham and cheese instead.
The parents of one son, my husband (a good cook who adds his input to my recipes) and I have two grandchildren.
-Audrey Marsh, Arva, Ontario
We had lots of leftovers when we sampled Leona's pot roast in out test kitchen, so our staff came up with this recipe for fast-to-fix pasties. Just tuck the cooked roast beef, carrots, potatoes and onion into pie pastry-your family will be amazed at the tender and flaky results!