As promised here is the recipe for what we had for dinner last night that I keep thinking about this morning. Yumm. We had French Dip Sandwiches, but not just any old French Dip will do in this house. These are special. Here's the ingredients. You will have to adjust the amounts for your family since I'm pretty sure most of you don't cook for between 14 to 25 people every night, so you're on your own in adjusting.
1 bag of rolls. I bought steak rolls from Walmart.
2lbs of roast beef I had sliced at the deli counter.
Au jus the little packet that you mix with water. Usually found on the gravy aisle if you've never bought it before.
Sliced cheese. I had cheddar and provalone on hand.
And the secret ingredient. Ranch Dip made with sour cream. The kind you use on football day.
Slice the rolls in half and butter them. Put them in the oven on broil until the butter is melted. Don't let them over cook. Just a tiny bit golden is what you are going for.
Slice the roast beef into about 1/2 to 1 inch slices. This makes it almost like using shaved meat without the extra cost of having them shave it. I'm cheap like that.
When the rolls are golden take a tablespoon of ranch and put it on one side of the roll, pile meat on top, add a slice of cheese and back into the oven until cheese starts to melt. Again don't over do it. They cook fast.
Take out and dip in the Au Jus and eat. I put my rolls in on a cookie sheet.
Let me know if you try these. I would love to know what you think of them.
2 days ago