Super easy and soo delicious! I did add in a tbs. of worchestershire sauce that another reviewer said and I used ketchup in place of the tomato paste. I didnt want to open up a can of it to waste most of it. This recipe makes enough for two large sandwiches for two people. So flavorful and we loved the au jus to dip it in! This is a favorite for sure and a super time saver for a great sandwich that tastes like you were cooking all day!
Wow! Can't belive I forgot to rate this! I've made it a ton! This is really good. I found that you can use ketchup in place of the tomato paste just as easily so no opening a can for 1 tablespoon. Thanks for posting this recipe. It is in our rotation regularly!!
htis makes a great sanwich. used italian style roast beef. tasted like just like the roast beef joint we go here in philly roastpork and roast beef joints abound each saying their the best!Now can make them at home,yes there is ajau mixes but too salty. Thanks for a good one
I saw this recipe on the show and I also love it. I make it on a home made french loaf for the whole family. On the show she also added some worcestershire, though it's not listed on the recipe, it really makes a difference.
Really enjoyed this, I however, put fresh minced garlic on each half of the baguette and next time I'll use even more garlic to give it more flavor. Really good though!
This sandwich was outstanding!!!! Absolutely wonderful! I'm not sure which was the best part---the parmesan on the toasted roll, the beef and provolone or the dipping sauce----maybe there was NO best part--perhaps it was the whole thing altogether! Whatever--this is one great sandwich! It will definitely be taking a regular spot in our menu plan! Thank You so much for posting this!
MMMMmmmmm! I saw this on the show and it looked so ooey gooey good and it was! I made this on two whole wheat sub buns and DH and I thought it was a really good sandwich. I will be making this one again! Thanks for posting :)