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Friday, February 11, 2022

Super Bowl Eats!

Who's looking forward to the Super Bowl?  We used to have big parties, but alas, time changes things, and mostly it is just our children and grandchildren who come over for part of the day.  Which team are you cheering for?  Or could you care less - lol?

If you are expecting a crowd, I have an awesome recipe you can make tomorrow, and reheat on Sunday for the big game. It feeds a lot, is super easy and tasty and was created by ME!

Beer Braised Beef Sandwiches

1 rump roast - judge the size based on how many you will feed.  I use a 4-5 lb roast

 1 bottle of lager beer - Yuengling or something similar

1 T dried or fresh rosemary

salt and pepper to taste

water as needed to keep pot simmering away

Garlic aioli sauce* - recipe below

French's crispy fried onions

Crusty rolls - toasted if you wish

American or cheddar cheese - whatever you prefer

Brown the rump roast in a little oil.  Turn heat down and add salt and pepper and rosemary.  Pour one bottle of lager beer over the beef, and add about 1/2 c of water to the mix.  Cover and simmer at least 4 hours...the longer the better!  Check liquid occasionally and add a little more water if necessary. Once it is finished cooking, immediately start pulling the beef apart into strips (kinda like pulled pork).  Do not discard pan juices. Place pulled beef into casserole and pour in any remaining liquid. Place in fridge until you are ready to reheat.

Prep the Garlic Aioli Sauce as follows:

1 1/2 cups mayo

1/2 t minced garlic

1 T lemon juice

1 1/2 T worcestershire sauce

1/2 t garlic powder

Mix together, cover and refrigerate.


When you are ready to eat, reheat the meat well, place hot beef on the crusty roll, which has been slathered with the Garlic Aioli Sauce, add a slice of cheese while the meat is still hot, then top with the fried onion.  Grab a napkin and enjoy!

Rump Roast

Lager beer


French's crispy fried onions

Let me know if you try this recipe!  Sure is tasty, and my mouth is watering just thinking about it!


1 comment:

  1. We really could care less about the game here since the Packers won't be there but, of course, we will watch it. No party though. These sandwiches sound SOOOO good! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe...I will definitely be trying it at some point. I love aioli.... Your buns in the photo looked toasted...do you toast them? Have fun with the family! ~Robin~


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