Slow Roasted French Dip Sandwich: Create your favorite diner sandwich at home with this easy to make Beef Dip Sandwich Recipe. Whether you’re entertaining outdoors or serving this sandwich to your family for an easy weeknight dinner. This Beef Dip Sandwich will quickly become one of your family and friends favorite Summer Recipes! With piles of juicy flavorful beef and a delicious dipping Au Jus sauce. Making this sandwich perfect for an easy weeknight dinner and great for outdoor entertaining! So…..get ready to WOW your family and friends. Scroll down to see how you can also make this Slow Roasted French Dip Sandwich in a slow cooker or instant pot.
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CAN FRENCH DIP BEEF BE FROZEN?
WHAT’S THE BEST CUT OF BEEF TO USE FOR BEEF DIP SANDWICHES?
WHAT IS A FRENCH DIP SANDWICH?
SIMPLY PUT, IT’S A ROAST BEEF SANDWICH…..But it’s so much more then that! It’ s hot sandwich made with incredibly tender roast beef that is stuffed into French bread then dipped into a mouthwatering au jus. The au jus soaks into the French roll and makes for an amazing moist sandwich.
To a large piece of cheesecloth add the rosemary, thyme, bay leaves and peppercorns. Tie ends together to form a bouquet garni
To a large roasting pan, add the water, soy sauce and garlic powder. Whisk together.
Add the roast and submerge bouquet garni.
Cover with foil and bake 5 hours or until the meat can be shredded with a fork.
Remove the herb pouch and roast.
Shred or slice the roast and return it to the au jus
Serve the roast on a French Roll with the au jus on the side.
What is a bouquet garni:
The bouquet garni is a bundle of herbs usually tied together with string and mainly used to prepare soup, stock, casseroles and various stews. The bouquet is cooked with the other ingredients, but is removed prior to consumption. Liquid remaining in the bouquet garni can be wrung out into the dish.
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