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French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

I love quick and easy meals that use up leftovers. I had some leftover Slow-Roasted Roast Beef with Mustard, Garlic, and Thyme so I grabbed some slider buns and a packet of au jus from the store and made these tasty sandwiches. We had friends over for dinner and these sliders were a big hit with everyone. I seriously want to make another roast beef just so I can have more of these sandwiches – I loved them!

French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

How to Make French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

Click this link for the Slow-Roasted Roast Beef with Mustard, Garlic, and Thyme recipe.

Prepare the au jus per package instructions. Side Note: If you have the time to make your own au jus – click this link for instructions.

Preheat your oven to the broiler. Place the opened slider buns on a baking sheet. Place into the oven and cook, making sure to watch carefully, for a few minutes or until the buns start to get golden. Remove from the oven.

Place the thinly sliced roast beef slices into the HOT au jus for a few seconds to warm up then place on the bottom buns. Add tomato slice on top of the meat then season with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste, followed by some provolone cheese. Spread some cream horseradish sauce on the top buns, if desired.  Place back under the broiler for a few minutes or until cheese is melted. Remove from the oven and serve with au jus. Enjoy!

French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

French Dip Sliders with Tomato and Provolone

Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 12 sliders

Ingredients

  • 1 packet of au jus prepared per instructions (or click the link up above for homemade au jus recipe)
  • 12 slider buns
  • Leftover roast beef thinly sliced
  • Tomato slices
  • Sea salt and freshly cracked pepper to taste
  • Provolone cheese
  • Cream horseradish sauce

Instructions

  • Click the link up above for the Slow-Roasted Roast Beef with Mustard, Garlic, and Thyme recipe.
  • Prepare the au jus per package instructions.
    Side Note: If you have the time to make your own au jus - click the link up above for instructions.
  • Preheat your oven to the broiler. Place the opened slider buns on a baking sheet. Place into the oven and cook, making sure to watch carefully, for a few minutes or until the buns start to get golden. Remove from the oven.
  • Place the thinly sliced roast beef slices into the HOT au jus for a few seconds to warm up then place on the bottom buns. Add tomato slice on top of the meat then season with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste, followed by some provolone cheese. Spread some cream horseradish sauce on the top buns, if desired.
  • Place back under the broiler for a few minutes or until cheese is melted. Remove from the oven and serve with au jus. Enjoy!
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  1. I always make mini rolls when we have meaty sandwiches for dinner. It’s so much easier for everyone to eat just the right amount. Plus, I think they menfolk love being able to say they ate an obscene number of sandwiches. This looks like a great use of your leftover roast beef, Pam. (Have you tried the Better than Bouillon Au Jus base? Every one of their products which I’ve tried so far have been wonderful.)

  2. These look wonderful! And the original roast beef recipe looks great, too. I don’t know why I don’t make roast beef more often – it makes a great dinner!

  3. OMG, Pam, that roast looks even better the next day!!! I love French Dip…I may just need to rethink a roast for Christmas!

    Thanks for sharing, Pam…

  4. Oh man, Pam, we just did something very similar Friday night with the leftover beef tenderloin roast that we made for Christmas….dayum that was tasty, probably better than the original roast itself. Maybe because it was 11:30 at night when Trevor and I made them, teaching him how to use the broiler that he never knew existed in our oven.