I used a vegan-aise for the slaw instead of the usual mayo. Why? When I found out one of our guests had a lactose intolerant condition, I knew I needed to switch out the mayonnaise to something else.
I bought a jar of vegan-mayo (spelled as Vegenaise) at Whole foods, it's a vegan mayo dressing and a sandwich spread, similar to the taste of mayonnaise. It's completely dairy-free and gluten-free. My friend Nicole gave me the spicy dressing for the slaw using only 3 ingredients, the vegenaise, Dijon mustard, and soy sauce; creates flavors similar to horseradish. Perfect for the sandwiches!
I bought 2 baguettes, one filled with corned beef and the other with roast beef, both stuffed with the spicy mayo and slaw. It took me about 10 minutes to prepare them.
veggies salad, and a super-easy lasagna as a side. The sandwiches turned out really good! They were so easy, I might make them again for the Super Bowl game this weekend!
These sandwiches are also good with baked ham or pastrami in place of the roast beef or corned beef. Try them. Enjoy!
Roast-Beef Sandwiches with Spicy Slaw
- 3 Tbsp. Vegenaise (or Mayonnaise)
- 1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard ( I used Grey Poupon)
- 1 tsp. low-sodium soy sauce
- 1/4 head of small green cabbage- thinly sliced
- 1 small onion- thinly sliced
- 1/2 to 3/4 pound sliced Roast-Beef, or Corned Beef
- fresh cracked black pepper to taste
- 1 baguette
In a small bowl, whisk together the first 3 ingredients.
Slice the baguette in half. Spread the spicy mayonnaise on the bread. Add a layer of roast beef, and a thin layer of sliced onions on top. Add some fresh cracked pepper to taste. Spread some shredded cabbage on top. Close the bread, and slice the bread on a diagonal.
Transfer to a platter.
Best served at room temperature.
Note: You can mix the spicy mayo with the cabbage and onions together. Here, I decided not to, simply because it was easier to assemble without a mess.
Yields: 6 to 8 small sandwiches with 1 baguette