Thursday, September 2, 2010

French Dip Subs

 I found this recipe on the internet and tried it because it's quick and easy. It tasted great and we all loved it. The cream cheese on the bottom is a little funny, but you could always leave it off. I used a packet of Pioneer Au Jus mix that made 2 cups, and it was plenty.

 D.J. and Katelyn's French Dip Subs
4 hoagie rolls
1 pkg. au jus gravy mix
1 lb. deli Italian roast beef (ask your deli to do thin slices)
Cream cheese
8 slices provolone cheese

Prepare au jus gravy mix according to directions in a medium-sized saucepan. Place Italian Roast Beef in gravy mix and simmer for about 10-20 minutes. While beef is simmering in the sauce prepare hoagie rolls by spreading cream cheese on the bottom bun of each hoagie and 2 slices of provolone on each top bun. Place tops and bottoms of hoagies face-up in broiler for a minute or two until the provolone cheese has melted. Remove from broiler. Using tongs, pull out some of the beef from the au jus and place it on the bottom bun. Cover with top bun and serve with remaining au jus gravy for dipping.



Top Favorite Meals: béchamel chicken lasagna, mac & cheese, country fried steak, beef stroganoff, and french dip!!! I especially think that "your" french dip looks good because it has cheese and cream cheese