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I made this as posted and it was outstanding! Great sandwich, Thanks Karen. I may, just for fun, get on it with a little hot sauce next time just to see what happens. Fantastic as-is tho.

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Iowahorse October 14, 2006

Wonderful sandwich, Karen. I made it exactly as written. I would never have thought of warming the assembled sandwich in the pan. Loved it. Thanks for posting!

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MA in Florida November 18, 2005

Mmmm...used packaged Au Jus for dipping. A hit with the entire family. Here's your 1006th review! Thank You Karen from Co.!

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lets.eat November 16, 2005

I used a slightly different prep, but came up with great (and easy!) French Dip sandwiches. I sautéed my onions in a combo of unsalted butter and olive oil, then added 2 cans of beef broth and a splash of au jus mix to the pan. I brought this almost to a boil, then added the slices of roast beef to heat through. Meanwhile, I buttered and toasted my French rolls. I layered the swiss cheese, slices of roast beef and onions between the rolls and dipped our sandwiches in the yummy au jus. Mmmm. Hearty and tasty comfort food for a cold night.

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Ms B. January 05, 2005

This is so easy and tastes terrific!! I mixed a packet of Au Jus sauce with my beef broth. I used olive oil instead of butter and while heating my roast beef I added a little Au Jus to it and chopped it up a little with my spatula. I also buttered my rolls and toasted them open faced a bit before putting the sandwiches together. My family loved it and request it every week now! Thank you for an easy and delicious recipe :)

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Missy Wright March 10, 2004
French Dips With Swiss