Friday, February 11, 2011

Saucy Roast Beef Big Mouth Sliders


Being a Facebook fan of your favorite recipe blogs has it's perks (I hope you are a fan of mine too!)! I saw Mary post about these roast beef sliders and knew I had to make them for my family! Let me tell you, these smells SOOO good while cooking all day in the crock-pot. I couldn't wait for dinner! I had decided to make my own dinner rolls for these (recipe in link) and my rolls are a little big so these are called Big Mouth Sliders. =)
You take some roast beef, a little juice from the pot, sauteed onions, swiss cheese and horseradish sauce and make a sandwich. Mmmm, look at these!

 
Three Envelope Picante Roast Big Mouth Sliders
From the Kitchen of Deep South Dish

3 to 4 pound beef chuck roast
1 cup of water
One envelope of dry onion soup mix
One envelope of dry Italian dressing mix
One envelope of dry brown gravy mix
1 (8 ounce) jar of Pace Original Mild Picante Sauce
1 sweet onion, sliced and sauteed until browned
Swiss Cheese, shredded
Horseradish Sauce





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8 Comments:

heartofacountryhome said...

I've been wanting to make these. They look so good. In fact, I wanted to make these for my daughter's birthday party. We'll see! :)

Mary at Deep South Dish said...

Wow Rachelle! Those rolls are beautiful. Dang I'm starving now LOL!!

lyndsay said...

ok my mouth is watering. those buns look amazing... and yes, the entire sandwich looks great... !

Keli said...

Oh my goodness. I should know better than to visit your blog this late at night ;) These look amazing!!

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Leslie said...

I love love love roast beef sandwiches! YOu went above and beyond and made your own rolls??? You rock!

Tom said...

Wonderful rolls..great recipe
FYI: The link above for roast & slider directions is no good Try..
http://www.deepsouthdish.com/2011/02/recipe-for-3-envelope-crockpot-roast.html

Alice Nondorf said...

Where's the recipe for this sauce we see in the pictures?

Rachelle said...

Hello Alice, it is linked in the ingredient list, but here it is: http://www.deepsouthdish.com/2009/01/sour-cream-horseradish-sauce.html

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