I love French Dip sandwiches. I frequently get them at restaurants, but don’t often make them at home. Well, this week, when planning my menu I decided to make French Dips one day for lunch. And today was that day! And they were pretty good – along with being super quick and easy.
I started by putting some french fries in the oven to bake. While they were cooking, I sliced an onion, placed it in a fry pan over low heat with a small touch of oil. I let them cook for about 15 minutes, stirring every once in a while. In a sauce pan I put some beef broth, a teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce and a few of the onion slices and let it simmer.
When the fries were almost ready, I toasted two sub rolls on a flat skillet Then I heated up 4 slices of roast beef (2 for each sandwich) I heated them on one side for about 15 seconds, and when I flipped them over I covered them with slices of provolone cheese. Once the cheese was good and melty, I transferred the roast beef and cheese to the sub rolls and covered with the cooked onions. Put some fries on a plate and transferred the au jus to ramekins and that was it. Lunch was ready.
Ingredients (serves 2):
- 2 Sub rolls
- 4 slices roast beef
- 3 slices provolone cheese
- 1 onion sliced
- 1 can beef broth
- Worcestershire sauce
- side of choice (fries, chips, salad, etc.)
Prep Time (for sandwiches): 15 minutes