Slow-cooker Vietnamese Style Beef Pot Roast with Asian Slaw
This slow-cooker pot roast is definitely not of the "ho-hum" variety. Serve roast with the Asian Slaw and some jasmine rice or Asian noodles. For a next day meal, make a Vietnamese-style sandwich by layering some leftover beef and Asian Slaw atop a sliced toasted baguette. TO MAKE WITHOUT A SLOW COOKER: Cook the pot roast with the sauce in the Dutch oven pot, covered with tight fitting lid in a 325°F (160°C) oven for about 3 hours or until meat is fork tender.
Super Roast Beef Sandwich
Here's a great way to get an extra meal from leftover roast beef. For a do-it-yourself sandwich buffet, set out a platter of thinly sliced roast beef with condiments such as pepper jelly and Dijon, some crumbled or thinly sliced cheese and baby arugula. Even broken pecans or walnuts are a nice touch as a topping. Make sandwiches with Kaiser buns for a he-man style sandwich.
Grilled Beef Roulades
Serve as appetizers or with a couscous or pasta side salad for a light balanced meal. Roulades can be made ahead, grilling just before serving. Trim up a Strip Loin Roast to substitute for the Tenderloin if you like.
Cracked Pepper and Horseradish Crusted Oven Roast with Gravy
The horseradish and cracked pepper crust makes simple seem special. Use any oven roast for the recipe: Tenderloin, Sirloin Tip, Strip Loin, Top Sirloin or Inside Round. To crack the peppercorns, place them in a sturdy plastic freezer bag and crush with the back of a heavy skillet or hammer.