I made these delicious Roast Beef Dippers for supper last night and they quickly disappeared. I served them with a great tossed salad and fried apples.
Roast Beef Dippers With French Onion Soup
1 can condensed Campbell’s French Onion Soup
package of sliced quality roast beef
6 French rolls – about 3 to 4 inches long, each
6 Slices Provolone Cheese (I use Sargento)
Combine the soup and 1 can of water in a saucepan. Heat the soup until warm. Add the slices of Roast Beef. I bought deli roast beef because it simply tastes better than most of the varieties you find in the lunch meat aisle. However, there are some very good roast beef slices available – just be choosy and don’t pinch Penny too hard! Roast beef slices are one of those things in the grocery store that you most definitely get what you pay for.
Heat the beef in the soup for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally until heated through.
Cut the rolls in half. Using a slotted spoon, put the roast beef slices on the bottom halves of the rolls. Put a few onions from the soup on top of the beef and top with the provolone cheese. I folded the cheese in half and placed 1 piece of cheese on each slider – and, trust me, provolone is the cheese you’ll want to use in this instance. Provolone is a Heavenly cheese and never more so than when it’s paired with roast beef.
Top each with the top halves of the rolls.
Divide the soup amongst 6 small bowls or custard cups. Serve the sandwiches with the warm soup for dipping.
This is a very delicious, satisfying, and quick-as-a-wink recipe. These dippers can be served with a tossed salad, pasta salad, jell-o, or even a bag of Frito’s. They’re as perfect for supper as they are for lunch.