This easy french dip sandwich recipe is quick and delicious! With only a few simple ingredients and a crazy easy au jus sauce, you'll have an impressive lunch ready in no time!
I love a good French dip sandwich. If there's one on the menu when we go out to eat, I know that's what I'm going to order. I love the roast beef with the melted cheese and toasty french bread dipped in a delicious au jus. Fortunately, these beef dip sandwiches are super easy to make at home and are perfect for lunch.
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This easy french dip sandwich recipe only takes a few minutes to make.
How to Make Easy French Dip Sandwiches
While my oven is preheating at 350 degrees, I like to put my sandwiches together. I like to use french bread sandwich rolls. I pile roast beef on one side and cheese on the other. For these sandwiches I used provolone but I also love to use baby Swiss. In fact, I think I prefer Swiss cheese over provolone on these sandwiches, but only slightly.
Once the oven is hot enough, it's time to pop the sandwiches in. By the way, I love to line my baking sheet with parchment paper for easy clean up.
How Do You Make Au Jus?
While the sandwiches are baking, I heat up a pan of easy au jus.
The sandwiches need about 8 minutes to get nice and toasty.I then like to add a little bit of mayonnaise. Once the sandwiches are closed up and the au jus is in a little dipping saucer, it's time to dig in.
So yummy! I love how a good meal doesn't have to be complicated.
What to serve with French dip sandwiches
When I'm eating a delicious roast beef dip sandwich I usually just go for potato chips or fries as a side. But you may enjoy this Sun Dried Tomato pasta salad from Midwest Foodie or this summer corn salad from Cooking with Carlee. Both sound amazing. And to drink try homemade blackberry soda.
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- 1 sandwich sized French loaf
- roast beef
- baby Swiss cheese
- au jus
1. preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
2. Assemble the sandwich with roast beef on one side and cheese on the other size.
3. Bake for roughly 8 minutes, or until is cheese is bubbling and melted.
4. While sandwich is baking, prepare au jus according to package directions.
5. Remove the sandwich from the oven and spread some mayonnaise.
6. Pour some au jus into a dipping saucer, and enjoy!
Provolone cheese is also delicious on this easy French dip sandwich
Hi, I’m Jordan – a work at home mom with 3 super fun little boys. I love entertaining guests and want to help you make entertaining easy!