Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Lady's Choice Sandwich Spread Recipe: Easy Roast Beef Steak Sandwich

We are a family of sandwich lovers and we often make sandwiches using several ingredients to maximize flavors and the enjoyment of eating our creations together. One of our favorites is assembling roast beef sandwiches.

making a sandwich is always a fun affair in our home
The good news is, we have recently leveled up this recipe by replacing Lady's Choice Mayonnaise with the new Lady's Choice Roast Beef Spread that perfectly complements the thinly sliced roast beef I usually buy from the supermarket.

my boys, the sandwich fans :)
Here's sharing the simple recipe of the Easy Roast Beef Steak Sandwich that you can make in less than 30 minutes. Depending on the number of your family members (that's why I'm not specifying exactly how many), you will need:
  • several thin slices of beef (I usually buy precooked ones from Shopwise that already has some seasoning but you can opt to slice your own then just season it with salt and pepper
  • 1-2 tbsps butter
  • Lady's Choice Roast Beef Spread
  • several pieces of bread (mini baguette, ciabatta, or hotdog buns)
  • several pieces of tomato slices
  • several pieces of cheese slices
  • several pieces of lettuce leaves

easy to prepare ingredients

1. Pan fry seasoned beef in a pan with butter over medium-hight heat until cooked. Do not overcook.
2. Spread Lady's Choice Roast Beef Spread on the sliced side of the bread
3. Arrange the beef slices and other ingredients on the bread. You may also add sliced mushrooms sautéed in butter if you also love mushrooms like we do.
4. Serve and enjoy. 

roast beef steak sandwiches are made even better
with Lady's Choice Roast Beef Spread! 
Let me know under this blog post if you have prepared this recipe and how your family liked it! :) You can also post a photo on your social media accounts and use the hashtags #LadysChoice and #ChickenOrBeef to show which of the two new Lady's Choice flavors you also like best. Check out my other blog post about both variants, here. There are actually so many ways to enjoy them. You can even invent your own recipes!

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