My tradition for Sundays is making myself a lunch using leftovers from the night before.  My favorite type of thing to make with the leftovers is a grilled sandwich.  Today I made a Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich.  I had the super tasty and tender rump roast leftover from a Philly Chesesteak Dip recipe I was making.  I just love (I have said that many times now) my pressure cooker.  It is so versatile.  I have used it for Arroz Con Pollo, for SHORT RIBS, MEXICAN CHICKEN and more to come soon. 

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Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich from Feed Your Soul Too

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Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich

I think sandwiches are not appreciated enough.  There are for the common man.  That is truly not giving a sandwich its due.  Just like the fanciest, most developed dish you make, the key is quality ingredients and how you put it all together.  This grilled cheese sandwich has the tender beef, two kinds of cheese and sautéed peppers and onions.  There is so much flavor in each component and when they are assembled together, there is so much goodness.  A grilled cheese can never be to cheesy.  So you will note that there is smoked gouda on the bottom and the sandwich is topped with shredded mozzarella.  These cheeses, together, make a great combination of flavor.  Smoked cheese with any kind of meat is such an amazing combination.

Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich from Feed Your Soul Too

The final component that sets this Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich apart from others is wonderful bread.  Truly, the singular item that sets any sandwich apart, is the bread.  The bread used for this sandwich was a sourdough bread.  The bread holds up well to the grilling.  To get the perfect browning on the bread, liberally apply butter and grill on medium high heat. Enough explanation.  Just try this sandwich and you will love it.

Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich from Feed Your Soul Too

The cast of characters for pressure cooking the rump roast, and next, for the sandwich.

Pressure Cooker Beef Ingredients

Pressure Cooker Beef Ingredients

Sandwich Ingredients

Sandwich Ingredients

The building of the sandwich.

Smoked Gouda Added to Bread

Smoked Gouda Added to Bread

Beef Added

Beef Added

Shredded Mozzarella Added

Shredded Mozzarella Added

The sandwich grilling.

Sandwich in Grill Pan

Sandwich in Grill Pan

The Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich plated.

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Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich Plated



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Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich

Using leftover rump roast made in the pressure cooker to make my typical Sunday sandwich – Pressure Cooker Grilled Beef & Cheese Sandwich.
Course

Lunch
Cuisine

Grilled Cheese, Sandwich


Prep Time 3 minutes

Cook Time 7 minutes

Total Time 10 minutes

Servings 1 person
Author Feed Your Soul Too

Ingredients

  • 2
    Pieces
    Sourdough Bread
  • 2
    Ounces
    Rump Roast
    shredded
  • 2
    Ounces
    Smoked Gouda
  • 1/8
    Whole
    Green Pepper
    diced
  • 1/8
    Whole
    Onion Yellow
    diced
  • 2
    Ounces
    Shredded Mozzarella
  • 1
    Tbsp
    Butter

Instructions

  1. Saute the onions and peppers in a little oil until just soft.  About 5 minutes (this step was completed the day before).

    Butter one side of each piece of bread.  Assemble the sandwich beginning with the smoked gouda on the first piece of bread.  Next, add the shredded rump roast.  Top with the sauteed peppers and onions.  Next, put on the shredded mozzarella and top with the second piece of bread.

    Heat a skillet on medium heat and add the sandwich to the pan.  Cook about 3 minutes on each side.  When flipped to the second side, put a cover on the pan to get a better melt on the cheese.

    Serve and enjoy!