My family loves beef. So when I went through my recipe box looking for inspiration I came across these easy French dip sandwiches that I have not made in a very long time. Not quite sure why I’ve not made them in a while because we usually have roast beef in the fridge, either leftover or from the deli. My family is still talking about them.
I found this recipe years ago on the Taste of Home website and doctored it up just a bit with the addition of Worcestershire sauce. Something my husband is not a big fan of but doesn’t notice in this recipe. I find the Worcestershire sauce adds a great flavor to the canned French onion soup. I’m not usually a fan of using canned soups I do so for quick convenience. They can be a great beginning for sauces in some recipes.
I made these for lunch recently and I decided to share for this week’s Taste of Home Tuesday with my fellow volunteer field editors. If you’re new to the blog, TOH Tuesday is where I share some of my favorite Taste of Home recipes. A few other lunch favorites include hot dog breadsticks and hot colby ham sandwiches. I like to use hoagie rolls from our supermarket bakery because they are easy to dip. You can use any type of roll you enjoy.
Adapted from Taste of Home.