Leftover Grass-Fed Roast Beef BBQ Sandwiches are a great way to use leftover roast beef!
We never eat an entire roast beef in one meal, and serving leftover roast beef doesn’t usually go over well in our family. It just seems sort of well, depressing.
But if I SHRED the leftover grass-fed roast beef and ADD BBQ sauce to it. . . well, that’s another story!
Get out some buns and pickles, and suddenly everyone’s clamoring to the table for dinner!
Every month, I buy a grass-fed chuck roast from Holy Cow Beef. Their roasts are so lean and meaty, that I often get 3 meals easily out of one roast.
This time, the leftover roast made enough BBQ beef for two meals. So I froze half of it.
Frozen BBQ beef makes a really awesome weekend dinner! Just grab the bag from the freezer, dump it into the slow cooker, turn it onto ‘low’, and dinner’s made!
OK, so here is the recipe for Leftover Grass-Fed Roast Beef BBQ Sandwiches. . . It’s so easy, I really shouldn’t even call it a ‘recipe’!! 🙂
Basically you just shred some leftover grass-fed roast beef, add your favorite BBQ sauce, heat it up in a slow cooker or skillet on the stove. Serve on buns.
I actually prefer to use my 5- Minute Organic Sloppy Joe Sauce instead of BBQ sauce. It is delicious! And even thought it’s technically not BBQ sauce, you somehow don’t miss the smoke flavor.
But I have made this several times with BBQ sauce, and it works just as well. I just prefer to use my homemade sauce when I can, since it is free of additives and preservatives.
On super busy evenings however, I definitely reach for the bottle of BBQ sauce!