This is one of the BEST lunches I've had recently - this pot roast makes for a perfect toasty, melty, cheesy sandwich. If you've already got leftover pot roast meat, this sandwich comes together in a snap - if you are making pot roast I definitely recommend making extra meat just so you have some for these sandwiches!
I really loved the flavor of the meat and the onions are a must for this recipe. The onions add a creamy component to the sandwich that really "made" it for me. I love the flavor of this particular pot roast for this sandwich - it is perfectly flavorful so that all you need is some cheese and a little mayo (if desired) to have a delicious, complete sandwich ready to go in no time.
Leftover Pot Roast Sandwiches
1 - 1 1/2 cups leftover pot roast and onions (recipe here)
4 large whole wheat hoagie rolls
4 slices Swiss cheese (or provolone, cheddar, etc.)
4 tsp mayonnaise
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Heat leftover pot roast and onion to desired temperature.
- Slice hoagie rolls open, and lay cheese on the top half (add cheese to both halves, if desired). Toast in preheated oven for approximately 8 minutes, or until cheese is melted and hoagies are lightly toasted.
- Remove hoagies from the oven, and apply mayonnaise (if desired) to the bottom half and top with the pot roast and onions (evenly distribute mayo and meat between the 4 rolls).
- Serve immediately.