So I've been trying to find good crockpot recipes to break in our slow cooker. I told the hubs that I had found a french dip recipe using chuck roast. (He orders a French dip sandwich every time there's one on the menu!) He said why not just use deli roast beef. Who was I to complain about him making my job 100x easier???
This was so easy, quick, and very tasty. It's a good after-work meal.
1/2 pkg deli-sliced roast beef
2 bolillo bread rolls (or any other deli bread roll)
1 can French onion soup
1 can beef broth
2 slices provolone cheese
1. Stir together broth and soup in a small pot. Heat over medium heat until piping hot.
2. Halve the bread rolls. Using tongs, dip the roast beef into the soup mixture, then place on bread. Top w/ provolone.
3. Put the sandwiches, open face, into a toaster oven and toast until the cheese is nice and melty