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Yesterday I cut it in cubes and put it in tomato soup, it was pretty good. I am looking for some new ideas. What do you do with your leftover pot roast?

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Usually hash, but nowdays gotta leave out the spuds. Decent substitute is squash diced coarsely and added at the end so it doesn't cook down to mush.

My mom used to put it through the food grinder & then make a sandwich spread, but I can't remember what other ingredients it had besides mayo to bind it together.




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My mom used to put it through the food grinder & then make a sandwich spread
That sounds amazing and it's an idea I've never thought of or heard before. I am definitely going to search online for ideas on how to make it. Sounds like mom was one bright lady!

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I cook pot roast in the crock pot by itself just to make chili with.

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stuff it in a green pepper melt some mozarella on it, or on a portabella mushroom, use sugar free.low carb bbq sauce and eat on low carb tortilla(Mama Lupes only one that want spike me, but I eat sparingly). Wrap in a lettuce leaf for a bunless sandwich.

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Cut in slices and have in a wrap, cut in cubes and make soup, I love the idea of making chili. Cut into slices and leave in fridge for snacking. NOM!

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That sounds amazing and it's an idea I've never thought of or heard before. I am definitely going to search online for ideas on how to make it. Sounds like mom was one bright lady!
Just search for 'sandwich spread with leftover roast beef' and most of the recipes are similar. One writer even mentioned the same experience as mine - her mom made it when she was a child!

And yeah, Mom was a heckuva cook and a frugal one.




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