French Dip Sandwich

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  1. Tranquil

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    Made this for lunch today, only takes about 10 minutes to make.

    Take 2 slices of bread and put them in the oven middle rack at 350 degrees.

    While the bread is baking take a package of Roast Beef and 1 can of French Onion soup and place it all into a sauce pan and bring to a simmer.

    Shouldn't take longer than 5 minutes.

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    Once at a simmer or 5 minutes has passed (don't let your bread burn) take out the bread and place roast beef on one side of the bread, and place 2 pieces of Swiss cheese on top.

    (Optional) Place raw onions down first before the Beef and Swiss cheese, for extra crunch and more oniony flavor.

    Place back into the oven for an additional 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted. Should look like this:

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    Then use the leftover French Onion soup as an Au Jus for dipping your sandwich.

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    Packaged roast beef? :no:
     
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    Deli meat would be better, none of my local grocery stores have a deli, and I'm not a big fan of making 2 trips for getting groceries; so I get packaged meat.
     
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    Can soup???????????????? :p
     
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    Yup, for this sandwich it tastes great.
     
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    No.
     
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    No.
     
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    Suit yourself.
     
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    I just made a turkey with gravy on toasted sourdough sammich for dinner.
    Plus horseradish sauce on the sammich.
    Yum.
     
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    That sounds fucken tits, nice to see another sourdough lover, that is my absolute favorite bread.
     
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    Buy it and keep it in the freezer to always have on hand.
     
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    I always buy my food for the whole week, in advance, so no need to freeze. I'm efficient like that.
     
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    I find that sourdough from the bakery goes green less than week after buy even in sealed bags.
    The freezer saves it and does no harm.
     
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    :drool:

    Horseradish is such an under appreciated condiment. I made roast beef sliders for the NCAA Basketball games this past weekend. Baked off a loaf of French baguette, then took Boar's Head Roast Beef mixed with a little garlic and Worcestershire sauce. Topped with asiago cheese or Swiss plus some arugula and spinach leafs to dress em up. Finished them off with horseradish, the crew scarfed them down quicker than Virginia choked the game away to Syracuse o_O
     
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    :faint::faint::faint:
     
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