This upscale restaurant sandwich that’s big on beefy taste just got incredibly easy. The perfect meal on a cold winter day!
I have to admit that I’m not much of a sandwich girl. But I LOVE French dips!
Maybe it’s just the fact that I actually get to dip a sandwich in some warm au jus. Or maybe it’s the ooey gooey melted cheese mixed with thinly-sliced roast beef. Or maybe with this recipe, it’s an excuse to break out my favorite crescent rolls to serve as the bun!!
Yep, classic French dip sandwiches meet the simple, buttery goodness of crescent rolls in this recipe to make French Dip Crescents. Perfect for a quick and simple lunch, or even to serve as cute little apps at your next get together!
And then instead of using a seasoning packet for the easy au jus, all you need are three simple ingredients and you have a fresher version of the classic dip ready to go.
So easy, and super delicious. They will disappear quickly!
Here’s the how to:
Begin with a can of Pillsbury crescent rolls. Open them and lay out the triangles on a flat working surface.
Lay a roll of roast beef and a slice of cheese at the larger end of the triangle.
Then roll them up to make the crescent…(yes)…ROLLS!
Lay them out on a greased baking sheet, and pop them in the oven until the cheese is melted and the crescents are a nice golden brown.
Meanwhile, while the rolls are cooking, bring some beef broth to a boil mixed with garlic and onion powder. Once it is heated, transfer it to some small serving bowls for dipping.
Then serve the French Dip Crescents with the Easy Au Jus, and dive in!
Winter-Warmers: Sandwiches for the Season
Nothing like a hot sandwich to warm up a chilly day. Try one of these recipes the next time you want some tasty inspiration. They’re like mittens for your belly!
- Quick Italian Meatball Sub Sandwiches Recipe
- Croque Monsieur Sandwich Recipe
- Savory Stuffed Crescent Rolls Recipe
- 3-Ingredient Pulled Pork Sandwich Recipe
- Toasted Roast Beef Sandwiches Recipe
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