I had great expectations while watching the “Popover Bread” rise in the oven. Imagining the beautiful sandwich I would create it with it. A simple, delicious, leftover roast beef sandwich. My expectations were met, and then exceeded when I realized I could pry the bread open like a pita and stuff it. Leftovers will never be the same.
Shortly after making this “sandwich”, Shannon arrived home, so naturally I shared it with her. Unfortunately, this meant I only had half a sandwich. Thankfully there was plenty of Popover Bread left over. For round two, I stuffed it with egg, peppers, sausage, cheese, and more, then baked in the oven to get everything warm and melty, and ate another game changer of a sandwich! The possibilities are endless. Make the bread, and fill it with all of your hopes and dreams!
Now to get to the recipe, which is more of a combination of recipes. First, you’ll need to make:
A perfectly cooked piece of beef (although you can use whatever meat you like)
Now put it all together:
- 1 loaf of Popover bread (see link above)
- Leftover roast beef
- Thinly sliced red onion
- Aged white cheddar
- Using a sharp knife, open up the center of the popover bread, until you have space to stuff your ingredients in.
- Spread a layer of mayo, along with some mustard, followed by your roast beef, onion and cheese.
- Pop it in the oven at 350F for about 5-10 minutes until everything is warmed up, and the cheese is melted.