Leftover Pot Roast Patty Melts

Sometimes when we make a pot roast, we usually keep some leftovers. You can use those leftovers to make a whole new meal! Check these sandwiches out!
You’ll Need (for the sandwiches):
2 cups of leftover pot roast
8 slices of sturdy bread.
3 tbsps of butter (and more for the bread).
2 medium thinly sliced onions.
8 ounces of sliced button mushrooms.
2 minced cloves of garlic.
Salt and pepper.
8 slices of Colby Cheese.

You’ll Need (for the sauce):
½ cup of mayonnaise.
3 tbsps of steam sauce.
A dash of worcestershire sauce.

How to:
First, microwave the pot roast to heat and butter one side of the bread.
In a large skillet, melt 3 tbsps of butter, add in onions and mushrooms and cook over medium high heat. Keep stirring until the onion is soft and the mushrooms brown.
Add in garlic, some salt and pepper for taste and cook and stir for 30 seconds.
Set aside.
Over medium high heat, heat a griddle. Place a slice of cheese on the unbuttered side of 4 slices of bread. Top with ½ cup of the pot roast, add on onion and mushroom mixture and the other slice of cheese. Once finished with all 4 slices, top with the other slices buttered side out.
Grill the sandwiches and flip so the other side is browned and crispy too.
For the sauce, mix together the mayonnaise, the steak sauce and worcestershire sauce and serve with the patty melts.

Simple, easy and creative! This is a very good way to use those leftovers of pot roast other than dumping it in the trash! You’ll thank me later.

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