French Dip Crescents

January 13, 2014 3 Comments

Sorry, I’ve been really slacking on my blog here. It’s been a busy week with weather, filling in and sickness. So unfortunately, I didn’t try any new meals for the past couple of weeks. So I didn’t have much to share here…

Until now! I feel like my little family has finally gotten back into our normal routines so I have some new meals to share with you. Here’s one of the first ones I’ve tried this new year!

French Dip Crescents

Source: A Few Short Cuts

Ingredients:
  • 2 packages crescent rolls, 8 count
  • 1 pound deli roast beef, thinly sliced
  • 4 ounces Swiss or provolone cheese slices
Au jus
  • 1 14 oz can beef broth
  • dash of pepper
  • sprinkle of garlic powder
  • 1 tsp corn starch
Directions:
  1. Unroll crescents onto a large cookie sheet.
  2. On each crescent place a slice of roast beef and a piece of cheese.
  3. Roll crescents starting from the wide end and ending at the narrow end.
  4. Bake at 375 degrees for 13-15 minutes, until crescents are a golden color.
  5. Serve with Au Jus and enjoy!
Au Jus Directions:
  1. Heat all of the ingredients in a small sauce pan over medium high heat whisking well. Bring to a boil and then remove from heat. Serve with crescents and enjoy.

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Conclusion: Good but I prefer the traditional French Dip sandwich.

I found out my husband loves crescent rolls. We’ve been together for over 7 years now and I didn’t know this little fact about him. But when he saw me making these, he was very excited to try them. You will definitely only be able to roll up one slice of roast beef in the crescent. Two slices seem to make them a bit too thick and hard to seal up. Also cut the cheese in half, it fits better. I did have a few issues with them though. The bottom of the crescent turned out pretty soggy due to the juices from the beef. My husband suggested using a broiler pan instead. I’ll have to give that a try and see if it works. I definitely prefer my bread more crisp than how the crescents turned out. I also prefer a lot more roast beef with my French Dip. The Au jus sauce wasn’t bad either, just be sure to add more garlic powder (if you’re a fan). But, it was a nice simple meal and my husband loved it :-)

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  1. Jan says:

    They look yummy!!! (Cute too!)
    I want to try them…I wonder how a person could remedy the soggy bottom??? Maybe a baking stone?

  2. Lilah says:

    If your husband likes crescent rolls, you should go to Pillsbury.com. They have a ton of recipes that use them.

  3. Nikki says:

    This does sound tasty. I have my own recipe for French Dip, this sounds like a good “2nd round” to use the left overs. I really enjoy your blog!

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