I got the recipe shockingly simple French dip sandwiches from Mel’s Kitchen Café. Her cooking is always right up my alley. This recipe is now in my tried and true file under shockingly simple. I love it when I find a recipe that is just too easy, yet so delicious. My whole family gave this one a thumbs up.
Now, I did do three things different than the original recipe. First, my family loves provolone, so I used that instead of mozzarella. Second, I only used one pepper total. Lastly, I pan fried my peppers and onions on the stove in a little butter. Only my oldest son and I are the only ones who will eat the peppers and onions. That’s why I reduced it to one pepper. Also, by cooking the peppers and onions separately, those that want them can put them on their sandwich. Those that don’t, can leave them off. Absolutely delicious! I originally made the sandwiches on homemade hot dog buns, but store bought buns work well and is what I used in the photo.
- POT ROAST
- GREEN PEPPER
- RED BELL PEPPER
- MOZZARELLA OR PROVOLONE SLICES
- MCCORMICK AU JUS SAUCE PACKET
- ROLLS /BUNS
Recipe adapted from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe.