Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Recipe Club: French Dip

I came across this recipe on A.Liz Adventures for French Dip and was anxious to give this easy dinner a try.  My husband was skeptical because he'd never eaten French Dip, but I figured it would be tasty.  

 I made a few changes to her recipe.
Here's my Easy French Dip
1 can beef consomme
1 can french onion soup
1 pkg of 6 hoagie buns
1 yellow onion 
salt
1 lb shaved roast beef from the deli counter
1 package of provolone - 12 pieces

Thinly slice onion and saute. 
Combine both cans and heat on the stove top.
Add in the roast beef and bring to a boil.

Open the hoagie rolls and pile on the meat. 
Place them on a cookie sheet.
Add sauteed onions.
Sprinkle with salt.
top with provolone - two slices per sandwich.

Put open sandwiches in the oven on broil for 2-4 minutes or until golden brown.
Give each person a small bowl of the remaining liquid
 to dip their sandwiches in during their meal.

*recipe makes 6 sandwiches

We LOVED these sandwiches and will definitely have them again!

 Our favorite dessert this month has been brownie sundaes.
I have never made a great homemade brownie so I always buy Triple Chunk Brownies in a box.  They are delicious.  We like to top them with mini M&Ms before they bake.

I shared a weekly menu with some of my favorite recipes from this month a few weeks ago.
Here are the highlights:
Smoked Sausage, Peppers &Onions

Homemade french fries and ribeyes
BLT

What are your favorite dinners from this month?

Linking up with Momfessionals today for Recipe Club

9 comments:

  1. Yum! That looks delicious! I think Paul would really enjoy this one - pinned for later. :)

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  2. Your meals all look so good!!! I love the recipe you shared for french dip. It's one of my fave things to order in a diner setting, but I rarely make it because I always feel like I need to cook my own roast beef, and then it just starts to feel like too many steps. ;-) #lazy I love the idea of getting it from the deli. Great menu idea!!

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  3. Oh I'm sitting here just about to go eat lunch and this looks so good! I never make french dips, but I totally should!

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  4. Your meals look so yummy! With the rain and storms (and cooler temps!) coming through for the weekend, the french dip might be making its way to our menu!

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  5. MMMmmm those french dips look SO good. I wish Russ liked French dips more :(.

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  6. You seriously cook the best stuff! I always love to see what is going on in your kitchen.

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  7. I came here from your H54F post and realized your recipe is exactly what I use! My mom got it from a friend a few years ago and we all use it because it's so so good! I love that I can get all the ingredients at Aldi, except for beef consomme and roast beef! Makes it a super cheap and easy weeknight meal.

    Mariah
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  8. That french dip looks so good. I have been craving meat this time around. The brownie sundae looks so good, especially now that sweets are my friend again!

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  9. That French dip looks good. I'm all about sandwiches because they're easy for two people.

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