Saturday, January 1, 2011

The Kendall's French Dips

Hoagie rolls
provolone cheese
deli roast beef (rare and thinly sliced)
Campbells canned AuJus (you can find it where the canned gravy is)
Quanites depend on how many sandwiches you're making!

Take a Hoagie roll slice it in half, spread some butter on it and toast it in the oven. Take it out and put a slice of provoline cheese on it. Then a take a can of Campbells Au Jus and bring it to a boil. When hot remove from the heat and put in thinly sliced Roast beef from the deli the more rare the better and just let it warm in the Aujus...DO NOT COOK!!! it will get tough...when the roast beef has warmed up put it on the Hoagie roll and serve with a side of Aujus...this is just a good as any French dip you can get in a restaurant!! YUMMY!!

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