Smoked Roast Beef on Toasted Bread

Well, this beauty was a meal I had planned when my stove blew up.  I was cooking on the glass range top and what looked like fireworks went off under the glass with some pretty fearful popping.  So, this was cooked all outside on the grill with the exception of the bread that I cooked using our electric roasting pan and a canning jar of water (don't ask). It all came out so well I am not sure you could get this wrong.  Ha ha.  I really hope that you enjoy this.  Do let us know if you try it out and how you made the recipe your own. 


1 ½ pkg yeast
 2 c lightly warmed spring water
1 tbsp raw sugar or honey
 2 tsp Celtic sea salt
7 cups organic flour 
 Melted coconut oil or butter

Pour yeast into a cup that warm water has been poured in and add sugar or honey and let stand until it bubbles. Add flour and salt together and stir. Slowly add flour a cup at a time and stir until it is a smooth dough. Let set for about 5 minutes. Remove from your mixing bowl and place on a lightly floured board or counter and knead your dough for 10 minutes or so. Place in an oiled bowl. Coat all sides of your dough with the oil and cover with a light apron or cloth until it has risen to double its size. Remove from your bowl and punch down, kneading again for just a couple of minutes. Separate into two round pieces and place on a baking stone or cookie sheet that has been rubbed with coconut oil and sprinkled with corn meal. Let dough rest for a few minutes again then place in a cold oven. Put a pan of boiling water on a rack under the bread and set your oven for 400 degrees F. Bake for 35-40 minutes


1 pot roast
¼ cup Sea Salt
1 qt. Spring water
Add meat and let sit in a refrigerator for 1-2 hours.

Place on charcoal grill to sear and smoke until done.

Slice the beef thinly and set aside.

3 Tbsp. Butter
5 small sweet peppers thinly sliced
1 tomato sliced
1 onion sliced
1 tsp of Dijon or yellow mustard
1 ¼ pounds of sliced roast beef
Dash of Mrs Dash
Celtic sea salt to taste
In a pan place butter, sliced peppers, onion and tomato. Add mustard of your choice
and seasonings to taste. When the peppers are done to your liking add some of the beef
and stir.

Slice your bread thickly and melt 4 Tbsp butter with a clove of minced garlic. Brush on bread and broil or cook on the griddle until done. Place the meat and vegetable mixture on the bread and serve.

1 comment:

  1. This looks AMAZING and I think I would like one right now.


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