French Dips!

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These French dip recipes are just what you need to enjoy a flavorful carbohydrate fix!

Sandwiches are some of the easiest and most filling meals that you can prepare. Whether you want to prepare delicious snacks for your family in the afternoon or an easy and fast breakfast dish, having a sandwich is the way to go!

If you are a beef lover, then you probably can’t resist a good French dip recipe. After all, what would be better than beef strips enclosed in a French bread and dipped into pan juices, right? With that in mind, here are some French Dips recipes you should try:

Crockpot French Dip Sandwich

This recipe features a toasted French bread with slow cooked meat, melted provolone and an appetizing French dip. Do not forget to grab the full list of ingredients at Spicy Southern Kitchen.

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Place large skillet over medium-high heat and heat oil in it. Sprinkle salt and pepper to the roast beef. Cook 3 minutes per side. Transfer the meat into the stainless steel slow cooker. Place onions in the skillet. Cook for 3 minutes or until it is browned. Add garlic, thyme, Worcestershire sauce, bay leaf, beef broth, ½ teaspoon of salt and onions into the crockpot. Cook the ingredients on low for 9 hours. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Cut the bread rolls in half and place cheese slices inside. Place the rolls on a  baking sheet. Bake it for 5 minutes. Get the meat from the slow cooker and place it in a bowl. Shred the cooked meat using a fork. Stuff the French bread with slow cooked meat, onions and beef. Serve the cooking liquid on the side.

This is probably the most flavorful snack you can ever have! Up next, we have a delightful appetizer recipe on the list.

French Dip Crescents With Easy Au Jus

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Get ready to have a taste of delicious crescent rolls with roasted beef and Au Jus dip. Do not forget to grab the full list of ingredients at Mama Loves Food.

Use ready to bake crescent rolls for easy baking  and arrange them carefully in a silicone baking mat. Spread a bit of horseradish in its crescent roll. Place a slice of cheese and roast beef in the middle of the crescent roll. Afterward, roll the crescent. Start from the wide end up to the narrow end. Place baking sheet in the oven and bake for 375 degrees. This will take about 11 to 13 minutes. Allow the crescent rolls to cool down before arranging it on a serving plate. Serve with the Au Jus sauce on the side.

Who says carbohydrates have to be so bland? Pair your bread with these amazing French dip recipes and your meals will never be boring ever again!