Open faced beef sandwiches

Guest is Becky Justice

 

Open-faced Beef Sandwich with loaded potatoes sprinkled with bacon 

 

Needed:

1-5 lb. beef eye round 

Worcestershire 

Heavy cream 

Onion Salt 

Salt/pepper(always pepper beef generously:)  

Texas Toast

Butter

Sharp shredded cheddar cheese 

2 blocks of Cream cheese 

1-Package of bacon (pick your size and use as generously as you want:) 

2- 8 oz. cans of string green beans 

1- small white onion 

 

 

Beef:

Put thawed Eye round roast in the crockpot

Add water halfway up the roast 

Cover the top generously with salt/pepper/onion salt /Worcestershire (could even use an onion soup packet) 

Cook on low for 6-7 hours 

 

And add more Worcestershire throughout the 6-7 hours. Goal is to use an entire 10 oz. bottle on the roast 

 

After roast is cooked: add a little heavy cream to drippings to make thicker and pull beef apart into big man chunks of beef (it should be falling apart...continue cooking if not) 

 

 

Mashed potatoes: 

5 lb. bag of white potatoes 

2- blocks of cream cheese 

1 1/2- stick of butter 

 

 

Cut and Boil Potatoes in salt and half stick of butter 

 

Drain and add above and blend with hand mixer...**add another block of cream cheese if not creamy enough**

 

Bacon: Cut up in small pieces the package and  then crisp up in a skillet 

 

In a small sauce pan: 

Add the two cans of green beans with half of a white onion chopped/a  heaping Tablespoon of beef base/ salt/pepper 

 

Bring to a boil while stirring and then shut off. 

 

Put Texas toast in oven (one slice for every serving) with butter on top to toast up

 

Once all is cooked....THEN

 

We start the plate stacking: 

Toast on the bottom

 

Then add a generous portion of meat and gravy 

 

Mashed potatoes on top of that 

 

Then shredded sharp cheddar 

 

Then a small portion of the string green beans

 

THEN sprinkle the whole plate in bacon crumbles 

 

Man food. 

 

Not much measuring for this dish.  Beef needs to be overly seasoned when cooking. Always! It's so hard to get it right after cooking. ...You must be generous before and during cooking. :) 

 

I hope you, and the men in your life, enjoy this recipe :) 

 

So, so easy! Crazy easy! 

 

Any questions: email me at bjustice@leeparkchurch.org


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