Easy French Dip

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They say good things don’t come easy. When it comes to French dip, I say hold on, not so fast. They also say what comes easy won’t last. Um, yeah, that is definitely true!! These sandwiches are easy, fast, and my favorite French dip recipe of them all!

 

1 pkg. McCormick Au Jus mix

1 lb. deli roast beef, shaved thin

8 slices white American or mozzarella cheese

4 hoagie buns

8 T butter, at least

 

Prepare au jus according to package directions. Meanwhile, cut hoagie buns in half and butter each half. Place rolls, butter side down, on griddle or in pan on medium heat (350ºF). Meanwhile, break apart beef and place in four piles on same griddle or pan. Cook 3-4 minutes. Flip beef and top with cheese. Cook an additional 3-4 minutes. Remove buns. Fill each bun with pile of beef/cheese. Serve with bowl of warm au jus.

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2 Responses to Easy French Dip

  1. Jake R. says:

    Delicious! I made it for Natalie tonight for dinner. We both loved it! Perhaps the best French dip we\’ve ever had.

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