Saturday, April 26, 2014

More food???

Well, I just love cooking and trying new recipes, I really am surprised I am not as big as a house...give me time...

Here is a good one for you!
Last week we went to TGI Fridays and I ordered the French dip. it was good but I hate dipping my sandwich and just ended up eating it, it was an okay sandwich...roast beef, cheese and caramelized onions. Yum!

So with hubby at the track again, I chose to try my hand at my own French dip. I bought deli beef and cheese, so much better from the deli!! I again opted out of making the dip sauce but all you do is heat up beef broth and add some butter and nutmeg, boom, FD sauce!
Picture from food network magazine for their French dip sandwich.

Roast Beef Carmalized Onion Sandwich

This makes 2 sandwiches.

1/2 pound thinly sliced rare roast beef

1/2 pound thinly sliced swiss cheese

1 medium onion

3 tablespoons butter plus 1 more for frying sandwiches

kosher salt

Horseradish spread

2 french rolls

Add the 3 tblsp butter to cast iron skillet over medium heat, add the onion thinly sliced and cook until lightly brown. Remove from skillet and set aside. In the skillet add the meat and saute around until warm, you can spread some Horseradish to the rolls, then add the warm meat, onions, cheese to the sandwich, close. Melt the 1 tblsp butter in the skillet on med high, put the sandwiches in skillet and press with a heavy skillet, flip until browned on both sides. Serve! Delicious!! You can serve with beef broth for a dip sandwich but I prefer not dipping! I love the horseradish spread on these the best!


Dasha said...

Sounds delicious!

Tanya @ Bead and Needle said...

THAT'S ROCKS! I WILL use this recipe - thanks, Chica! And YOU as big as a house, you tiny little thing? I think not!

My Garden Diaries said...

Oh goodness gracious!!! This sounds and looks amazing!!! And ha... You can never have too much food!!! My hubs will be thanking you for this one pal!!! Have a great weekend! Nicole xo

Tammy Lawrence-Cymbalisty said...

Looks so good, now I want a beef sandwich