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Making Mayslack's Roast Beef sandwiches at home [split from Midwest board]

IceeofMN | Aug 4, 200909:25 AM     5

I love Mayslack's Roast Beef sandwiches. I've recreated them at home.

You need a 2lb package of Minnesota Gold Roast Beef (it is vac-packed sliced pre-cooked roast beef) a medium yellow onion sliced thin, a can of beef broth, 4 fresh cloves of garlic smashed and ground with salt to a mush. 3 TBS of Worcestershire sauce, jumbo hamburger buns and sliced pickled banana pepper rings (for garnish). serve with Hot Horseradish sauce.

Boil the beef broth, onions, Worcestershire, and garlic until the onions are translucent and tender. Add the beef and let it cook until hot and tender (won't take long). Pile the beef on the bun making sure that some of the juice is absorbed by the bottom of the bun. Garnish with the pickled banana pepper slices.

It is heavenly.

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