If you are like me and have approximately 492 roasts in your freezer, you are always looking for a different way to serve roast.
I get sick of just plain roast or beef dip and Ben doesn't really like bbq beef sandwiches, so I'm always on the hunt for trying it a new way.
I was looking around the internet and saw many variations and different versions of this one and got a little overwhelmed. I decided to go home and make up my own based on all the recipes I saw. I wanted something easy and quick and that is exactly what this is.
I put my roast in my slow cooker that morning with some beef broth. I cooked it on low all day while I was at work. When I got home, I took it out of the slow cooker and let it cool....then I shredded it.
Then I mixed mayonnaise, minced garlic, salt, pepper and parmesan in a bowl.
And because marble was the only cheese I had, I used that. If you are wondering why I only had marble...you can read part of that story near the end of this post. I normally would have used swiss, provolone or havarti for this.
In a skillet I sauteed onions, green peppers and mushrooms (mmm....I love that combo) until soft.
Then on panini buns (you could easily use subs too) I spread the garlic mayo, added the cheese and shredded roast beef.
I broiled them in the oven until the cheese was all melted and gooey. When they came out of the oven, I piled the green pepper mixture on them and served it with a mixed green salad.
Yeah...it was pretty flavorful and delicious! The best part though was how fast and easy and simple it all was. A perfect weekday meal for the busy person.