Take three hearty comfort foods, smash them all together and call it a sandwich.
This wonderful concoction of deliciousness is also known as Pot Roast Sliders.
My sister in law deserves credit for bringing this recipe into our family. Over Thanksgiving weekend we scarfed these down on a brisk day along with some vegetable soup. It was a perfect meal for a big family on a cold day.
Pot Roast Sliders are pretty simple, actually. They’d be a great way to make a post roast stretch to feed more people or to use up leftovers.
Simply layer a wheat roll with cooked pot roast, mashed potatoes, and top it with an onion ring. A note to all my real-food friends reading this — don’t skip the onion ring! It brings a wonderful crunch and flavor to the sandwich that would be greatly missed if removed. It’s only one, people. You can do it.
If you need a pot roast recipe, check out this one. (You can leave the veggies out if you plan to just make it for the sandwiches)
Here is another good recipe for mashed potatoes if you need one.
For more dinner ideas that use beef, check out our recipe index for ideas!Print
Pot roast sliders are a delicious way to re-purpose leftovers into small nibble worthy sliders.
- Pot roast, fully cooked
- Mashed potatoes
- Onion rings
- Ciabatta roll, whole wheat roll or other bread of your choice
- Place one serving of pot roast on bread or roll.
- Place one serving of mashed potatoes on top of the roast.
- Top with an onion ring before putting the top layer of bread on the sandwich.