Ok, I do not know what my deal is lately, but I cannot last a whole day without some down time in the sun. I think this winter really took a toll on me. It was just so cold and lasted forever, so now I feel like I have to soak up every last bit of sunshine because before I know it I’ll be drowning in snow again. Ugh, it just seems wrong to even mention that word!!! When it does come this Arby’s Beef n Cheddar copycat recipe is probably the only thing that will get me through the day.
I’ve never been a fan of fast food, or hamburgers actually, but growing up I would always go for an Arby’s Beef and Cheddar. A soft bun full of hot roast beef, tangy sauce and the best part-cheeeeeeeese sauce. Don’t hate! It’s a guilty pleasure ok! I think I’ve only had one Arby’s sandwich in the past like, 8 years, but that’s mostly because we cook so much here and there are so many new restaurants I just don’t really have the need to eat out. Well, and let’s be honest, it’s not exactly the healthiest out there. Not at all.
A while back I discovered this new bacon wrapped roast beef from Eckridge Meats, and I instantly thought of my childhood favorite sandwich. I just knew I had to recreate it. And guess what? It’s like the easiest ever. Ok, you do need to use processed cheese, but listen, everything in moderation folks. It’s worth it. Kinda like how I secretly love that ballpark nacho cheese. You KNOW that’s not real cheese, but you do it anyway. We threw together a super easy Arby’s sauce which we served with the Arby’s Fries that we found in the frozen foods section. All we had remaining was cooking up the sliced roast beef in a pan and chowing down. It was awesome. I ate too much and almost went into a copycat fast food coma, but I’m here today to say it’s worth it!!!!
Arby’s Beef N Cheddar
- Onion Buns
- Thinly sliced Roast Beef
- 4 oz American Cheese
- 2 Tablespoons Milk
- ½ Cup Ketchup
- 2 Teaspoons Water
- 1 pinch of salt
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- ¼ teaspoon onion powder
- Heat a skillet over medium heat. Add the meat and place a lid over the top, and then turn the heat to medium low.
- Meanwhile, stir together the sauce and spread on a bun.
- In a microwave safe dish, add the cheese and milk. Microwave on low for 20 second intervals, stirring between until smooth.
- Place the meat on the sauced bun, add the cheese sauce and a little more Arby's sauce if desired. Serve immediately with curly fries.