Bam’s Beef Manhattan

My older son does all the cooking for a social club in which he and his fiancé are members.  Every Friday the club holds a dinner to raise funds and a couple of weeks ago I asked what he was making that night. He told me the usual Polish favorites and Beef Manhattans. Beef Manhattans? I love when something that’s so simple can sound fancy. Beef Manhattan is simply a hot roast beef sandwich, traditionally served with mashed potatoes and gravy.

4 ingredients and you have Bam's Beef Manhattan

Since I made Bam’s Sunday Beef Roast  I had plenty of roast left to make Beef Manhattan and it’s a really easy dinner to make. This week I’m all about easy since Remy had an unfortunate encounter with a skunk (his first and hopefully last – more on that later).

 

First I sliced the leftover roast thinly.

Sliced roast beef for Bam's Beef Manhattan

Next I pulled out the gravy that was left and added 1/4 teaspoon of Bam’s Spice Mix, which I used on the roast. The extra spice mix gives the gravy a little added kick. If you don’t have leftover gravy you can use gravy from a jar but do add the spice mix!

Bam's Spice Mix kicks up the flavor of a Beef Manhattan

I add the sliced beef right into the pot with the gravy to get both nice and hot. I keep this on a low heat so the gravy doesn’t scorch.

Roast beef warming in savory beef gravy

Meanwhile I whip up some mashed potatoes, cook a vegetable (this time it’s peas) and get ready to eat! This dinner is so fast and easy!

Some folks use two slices of bread per sandwich and I often do if I’m using regular white bread. Tonight I used Texas toast (since I was making French Toast and sometimes you just want a nice, thick slice of bread.

Bam's Beef Manhattan is a fast and delicious dinner

 

Bam’s Beef Manhattan

Ingredients:

  • Bam’s Sunday Beef Roast, sliced thin (enough for as many sandwiches as you need)
  • Gravy from Bam’s Sunday Beef Roast or 2 jars of beef gravy
  • 1/4 teaspoon Bam’s Spice Mix
  • 1 slice of bread per sandwich

 

Directions:

  1. Pour gravy into a large saucepan and heat on low heat.
  2. Stir in 1/4 teaspoon Bam’s Spice Mix.
  3. Add sliced beef to pan and spoon gravy over it.
  4. Continue heating over low heat until beef is heated through.
  5. Pile beef on bread and serve hot.

 

I strongly recommend serving the sandwiches with mashed potatoes as this is what makes it a Manhattan.

 

 

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