Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Easy and YUMMY dinner

Last night I made my sister-in-laws recipe for french dip sandwiches. I think it is up there for one of Rusty's favorite meals. And, it is so EASY!!!

All you need: Deli roast beef, favorite cheese (I use provolone), hoagie buns, butter, au jus packet and 3 cups of water.

I preheat my oven to 350. Butter both sides of the hoagie bun. Then pile on roast beef (I put 3 slices per sandwich). Pop it in the oven for 10-15 minutes so the bread is crusty and the meat is warmed through.

In the mean time, put au jus packet contents into a sauce pan and whisk in 3 cups of milk. Boil over medium-high heat.

When sandwiches are warmed and crusty, slap on a couple slices of cheese and pop back in the oven until cheesy is gooey and melty.

Voila... yummy sandwiches.

They are SO good and SO easy. It is my go to meal if I don't have a lot of time.

Then just dip away. It is great. I am so glad my sister-in-law made it when I was up in February. Now I make it pretty often.

1 comment:

Powers Alaska said...

We have it a least once a week! I usually warm up the meat IN the au jus sauce and broil the buttered hogies for a couple minutes. Then when you pile it all on, the hot mean and toasted buns melt the cheese. YUM!