Sunday, April 28, 2013

Recipe: French Dip Crescent Rolls

I have found a great recipe that is quick and yummy! I use the term "recipe" very loosely, as this doesn't really involve mixing any ingredients together... its more of an assembly process, and a quick one at that. We love french dip sandwiches in our home, but they are only really great if the bread is fresh. This recipe solves that problem.

French Dip Crescent Rolls

-One package of regular Pillsbury crescent rolls
-1/2 to 1 lb of sliced roast beef (depends on how "beefy" you want the rolls)
-8 slices of Provolone cheese

Open the crescent rolls and lay them out on a flat surface. Take a slice of roast beef and a slice of Provolone cheese, and roll it up in a small roll. Place the meet and cheese roll on the thick end of a crescent roll triangle. Begin rolling (thickest end first), wrapping the dough around the meat and cheese. Place on a non-stick cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes.

Serve them warm with au jus. My favorite is Knorr's. 

It is hands-down the best I've had, and I have tried several different recipes and brands. 

I like to serve these little french dip rolls with sweet potato fries and a salad. Its one of those simple meals that everyone loves!

1 comment:

  1. Oh, these look wonderful! I have a new weekly link party which is live now and I would love if you stop by and link up this wonderful post! Hope to see you there! Hugs, Maria