I have FoodTV on quite a bit when I can and when I saw Ms EVOO Rachel Ray making this I had to find the recipe because it looked way to easy to be good. I sometimes find that when we make her recipes, it can take longer than 30 minutes but this one is an exception. These sandwiches are a snap to prepare because it uses deli roast beef and the au jus is pretty simple. I used a toasted sourdough roll for the bun and with the warm juice it doesn't get much better than this for a fast dinner! I did gently simmer the sliced beef in the juice for 5 minutes or so to give a little flavor and to warm the meat.
French Dip Sandwich
The goal is to go back to the 23rd post from the start of their blog, take the 5th sentence, and think about why you wrote what you did. When you are done tag 5 others to join in!
My 5th sentence is "I was outside early this morning and noticed a tree rose bush we planted a few months ago is finally coming into its own."
I wanted to write about this because we ordered the bush from an on-line source and it looked pretty bad when we first opened up the box. We were pretty skeptical that it would grow in our soil (if you can even call it that out here) but it finally look off! It is now growing like wildfire after our monsoon and I can't wait to keep seeing all the flowers it will make.
Here's my list of fellow food bloggers to tag:
The Savory Notebook, The Bakers Rack, Poco-Cocoa, Busy Nights Real Food, and Everybody likes Sandwiches.