Monday, October 17, 2011

easy french dip sandwiches

My friend introduced me to this easy take on a french dip sandwich and it's been one of our go-to dinners for nights that we're short on time. It takes maybe 15 minutes.

This makes for such an easy meal. It would be easy to feed a large crowd with this. Of course we had broccoli, our favorite veggie! And I serve it with a little bowl of au jus... I just forgot to include it in the pictures. :)

easy french dip sandwiches
roast beef, pre-sliced lunch meat, what ever kind you prefer, 6 to 8 slices a person
cheese of choice, sliced or shredded (we like provolone and mozzarella)
beef broth, 1 can for every 12 to 16 slices (2 servings)
hoagie rolls (we like wheat rolls from our local bakery)

Put the beef broth into a medium sauce pan and add your roast beef. If the broth doesn't cover the meat, add a little water. Allow the broth to come to a low boil.

As soon as your meat is warmed through, you're ready to make your sandwiches.

I think you'll enjoy this one! Do you have any super simple go-to meals?

xoxo, christa

1 comment:

  1. We love french dips! We just usually buy the au jus sauce mis packets & warm the sliced meat in the sauce - but I'll have to try this way, too!


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