Beef Dip Sandwich

One of my all time favorites, a beef dip sandwich makes for a very filling meal. I prefer to use sourdough sandwich rolls, however sweet rolls are also good. Do not use regular bread or the sandwich will just fall apart and you will have to eat it with a spoon.

You can purchase sliced roast beef at your deli. You can also purchase Au Jus mix in most markets. Lowrey's and McCormick's both make good Au Jus mixes.

  • 1 lb. sliced roast beef
  • 3 sliced sandwich rolls
  • Au Jus mix prepared according to package directions

Here is how I prepare my sandwiches: Combine water to the Au Jux mix in a pot and heat, mixing well. One the juice is heated, dip small portions of the sliced meat into the juice using tongs, leave the meat in the juice just long enough to heat, and then transfer to the sandwich roll. Divide the meat evenly between the 3 rolls. Once assembled, cut the sandwiches in half and pour the remaining Au Jus into small bowls for dipping and serve hot. Serve with fries or a salad.

  • Yields: 3 servings
  • Preparation Time: 15 minutes

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