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    The Ultimate Hot Roast Beef Sandwich

    I'm going to roast a nice peice of beef (sirloin) this weekend, for the sole purpose of making hot beef sandwiches.

    What, in your personal opinion is the ultimate hot roast beef sandwich?

    So far for me, I only have a few ingredients in mind.

    1. Some suculant freshly roast beef.

    2. Some nice full flavour homemade gravy.

    3. Onions that were cooked on the tray with the beef. (added to the gravy)

    4. Some good bread rolls.

    5. Salt and pepper, and maybe some mustard.


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    Now where the hell do you get this great beef. I just do not eat worth a shit over here. I can not cook I am not well. But where's the beef?

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    Horseradish

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    You made me think of a Jewish deli I used to frequent with a killer roast beef sandwich.
    Most people don't realize how important the bread is. A kaiser bun freshly baked is where to start, add some rare roast beef, a slice of Bermuda onion and top it off with some Russian dressing. Damn, now I am hungry. Gotta go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy View Post
    Horseradish
    Gotta have horseradish for an ultimate roast beef sandwich.

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    hey noodles, have you tried useing an 'oven' bag to do the beef in ?, if you have,nt, they are the best, the meat steams in its own juices and makes it sooo tender, the meat juices remain in the bag to be used for a base with your gravy, i always do my joints this way, just add a little salt pepper and garlic, you can also slice an onion and put in the bag , my mouth is watering now at the thought

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    Thickly sliced bread would be nice, but you do have the makings for some awesome hot roast beef and gravy rolls.

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    Try it with a bit of Branston pickle. If you can get it. Awsome IMHO.

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    i like my roast beef sandwiches with medium rare beef thinly sliced, wholewheat bread, olive oil, black pepper, tomatoes and some creamy cheese such as camenbeart or danish blue.

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    Make the beef sandwich with thinly sliced Rare beef, and then into the bread, then a pile of good mashed spuds then top with your Gravy,, Thats what we call a Hot Roast Beef dinner Sandwich.

    Or just thinly sliced beef, mustard, horseradish if you can get some good stuff or make your own, on a fresh Kaiser roll.
    But that Melvbot convection that a few of us bought a year or so ago is the ideal thing to roast the beef in.



    Quote Originally Posted by Rascal
    Now where the hell do you get this great beef. I just do not eat worth a shit over here. I can not cook I am not well. But where's the beef?
    Well, I have 2- 3 or 4 kilo Argentine 26 day aged Angus striploin roasts left in my freezer, and quite a few 3 cm thick 21 day aged NZ striploin steaks and when I get down to 1 roast I will just order up some more of the NZ meat cut into roasts, another couple of cases of prime cod fillets and maybe some more steak, I like to have it on hand as I eat it a few times a week and like to have it if friends stop by.
    No big deal to have good meat if you want it,, I do not eat sheep but some folks do and order from the same place I do.

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    For a truly great RBS....you need no more than what Doodles posted in the OP....but you can substitue the gravy for whole grain mustard, one or the other, not both at same time.

    Bread rool should be very crusty, french stick style.

    Put gravy inbetween 2 layers of beef, so as not to make the bread soggy and lotsa ground black pepper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    I'm going to roast a nice peice of beef (sirloin) this weekend, for the sole purpose of making hot beef sandwiches.

    What, in your personal opinion is the ultimate hot roast beef sandwich?

    So far for me, I only have a few ingredients in mind.

    1. Some suculant freshly roast beef.

    2. Some nice full flavour homemade gravy.

    3. Onions that were cooked on the tray with the beef. (added to the gravy)

    4. Some good bread rolls.

    5. Salt and pepper, and maybe some mustard.
    mushrooms.

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    Some good ideas, thanks. Ned, looking in to the oven bag thing now, cheers.

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    I didn't know they still made those Browinbags anymore,, used to use em to roast a boned deer neck meat in, came out tender and was a use for it instead of always making a stew with it when we used to kill a lot of deer.

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    Makro has 2 kind of beef filet, for a hundred baht more per kg the second... so, 300 and 400 by Kg. Frozen.

    Need 1/2 hour to remove the grease and other stuff not eadable and ok it is...


    Quality just much better over here in the Phils and ready to eat at 450 Pesos/Kg in the local market. Same price no grease and stuff - Excellente.

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    A teaspoon full of Marmite stirred into the gravy is lurvley.

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    ^Sounds fucking discusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    A teaspoon full of Marmite stirred into the gravy is lurvley
    nah..... Cowing Bovril innit! (must be said in a Brum accent)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    A teaspoon full of Marmite stirred into the gravy is lurvley.
    Why not just inject salt water directly into your veins. That shit is pure sodium plus a little yeast scum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles View Post
    Some good ideas, thanks. Ned, looking in to the oven bag thing now, cheers.
    Go for it.

    I wanna see how it turns out.

    Sounds delish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    Go for it. I wanna see how it turns out. Sounds delish.
    It will be my first attempt at roasting beef, but it seems very staright forward, so long as you get the times and heat correct.

    I will do a thread once I have tried it out.

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    Jeez whats with all the hating on the marmite!

    You gotta try it!

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    Sliced roast beef, Monterrey Jack cheese and jalapeno peppers on a big sourdough roll - toast in oven till cheese is melted. Delicious.

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    Wheres the best place to get a good deal on good quality cheese in Bangkok? Is ordering it online and having it delivered the best option? If so, what websites?

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    I'm in with some very rare roast beef, horseradish, and a thick slice of tomato with some longhorn cheddar melted over the beef.

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