Campfire Recipes – Easy Roast Beef Sandwich

Sometimes you want a big meal and lot’s of food for a camp meal. Other times you just want something fast, tasty, and filling. Today’s recipe “meats” all that criteria.

Sandwich Ingredients
  • 1 lb good roast beef or any other lunch meat
  • cheese of choice, pepper jack or provolone is my go-to
  • rolls, I often opt for deli made rolls as they have a good sturdy outer crust
Sandwich Instructions
  1. Build your sandwiches using the roast beef (or other meats), rolls, and cheese.
  2. Individually wrap each sandwich in tin foil and freeze.
  3. Cook at home: Place your foil-wrapped sandwiches in the oven at 375 degrees for 30 minutes, or until warmed through.
  4. Cooking on a campfire: Toss your sandwiches onto warmed coals and cook until heated through.
  5. Cook time is about 20 minutes. This will vary on how frozen the sandwiches have remained.

I used to eat these sandwiches a lot as a kid. Take them out of the freezer and in no time you have a hot, delicious, and filling sandwich. You can also experiment with the meat, ham and swiss is a favorite around my house.

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