Monday, November 23, 2009

Super Easy French Dip Sandwiches

This recipe is for a french dip sandwich that is so quick and easy and tastes sooooo good. Michael loves them! We usually eat them with some soup or potato chips.

French Dip Sandwiches
Ciabatta bread
Sliced Roast Beef (thinly sliced or shaved)
Beef Broth (I use 1 can and it is probably good for 4 sandwiches)
Garlic, minced
Cheddar cheese (sliced or shredded, doesn't matter)

Begin by melting butter (microwave is fine) with garlic. For 2 sandwiches I use about a Tbsp or 2 of butter and 1 clove of garlic.

Brush each slice of bread with garlic butter.

Plop some cheese on top of the butter coated bread (mmmm....cheese and garlic butter on bread....I could stop here, but a meatless meal is unacceptable to Michael). Bake the bread at 350 for 15 minutes or so or until the cheese is all melty. If you are in a hurry, as I was this past Saturday, you can put the bread under the broiler for a few minutes, but be careful!Meanwhile, in a small saucepan, heat the roast beef in beef broth until heated through (The meat looks weird here because I had 2 different brands of roast beef and they were different colors, but both were tasty). Take the cheese bread out of the oven.....Throw some of that beef on it......

Pour the broth into bowls for dipping and enjoy!!!

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