Beef Manhattans Recipe

by Beth Montgomery on May 14, 2009

in Frugal Cooking, Main Dish Recipes, Recipes

Beef Manhattans is one of my absolute favorite recipes! You can substitute roast beef with chicken or turkey too for some variety. Enjoy my Grandma’s recipe below:

1 Roast
3 qts Water (approximately)
4 Potatoes
8 Slices Bread
2 TBSP Flour

Brown both sides of your roast on a skillet before cooking. Place roast in a crockpot with water on low heat for 6-8 hours. Roast is done with meat easily falls off. Pull the roast out and cool.

While your roast is cooling, peel potatoes and boil, then mash for mash potatoes. Also, pour the roast broth from the crockpot into a sauce pan. Boil and add 2 TBSP flour to thicken into gravy. Add salt and pepper if desired. Cut bread slices in half. Shred cooled roast. Add roast to the bread to make sandwiches, put the mash potatoes in the center (between sandwich halves), and drizzle sandwiches and mash potatoes with gravy. Enjoy!

Makes 4 servings. Freeze remaining shredded roast for roast beef sandwiches or to use in a stew at a later date.

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