French Dip au Jus
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Cook: 8 hours
Ok.. I made more modifications with the leftovers. Instead of the mustard, I buttered the ciabatta rolls and sprinkled with Johnny's Garlic Spread Seasoning. I think broiled the buns, and then added the shredded roast beef (pre-heated in microwave), mushrooms and mozzarella cheese. Loved them this way.
We liked the flavors! The au jus was perfect right in the crock pot! We'll eat this again.
Too easy not to try! Looking to reduce sodium in this recipe try using Kitchen basics very low sodium broth vs the base and decrease some of the water. Make sure to use crusty bread for the sandwich and it does pair well with swiss cheese.
For pete's sake, people. If you're that worried about sodium use low-sodium beef base, and in general increase the amount of potassium in your diet to balance out sodium intake...
My boyfriend and I absolutely loved this recipe! The only bad part was I had my wisdom teeth taken put yesterday so it was a little hard to eat.. But very juicy and tender meat! We used Hoagie rolls instead.. Delicious :)
If you make this with reduced-sodium beef base (found it on amazon) and low-sodium soy sauce you can save almost 600 mg. of sodium.
Good Lord!!Look at the amount of sodium in one sandqitch...I don't care how good it is-it is certainly not healthy and really bad for anyone with high blood pressure.
This is the only way I will ever make French Dips again, it's awesome. Thank you~
This recipe sounds absolutely delicious -- but 2200 mg of sodium???? That's more than an entire day's worth.
My husband and I both agree, this is by far the best french dip we have ever eaten!!