Philippe French Dip Sandwich - The Original Recipe

Philippe The Original French Dip Sandwich

The French dip sandwich originated far from France in the city of Los Angeles around 1918 when restaurant owner Philippe Mathieu, accidentally dropped his customer's bun in the meat juice. Next thing you know, people are clamoring for the French dip, a sandwich born and made till this day in the city of Angels.

1 14.5 oz can of chicken broth
French bread
1 packet of McCormick's brand au jus mix.
1 sweet onion
1¼ cup of water
1 pound of sliced roast beef
shredded Gruyère cheese
pinches of salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste

1) Pour broth, water and au jus seasoning in a pan and bring to a boil while whisking, then reduce heat and simmer.

2) Sweat chopped onions on medium high heat with butter, adding chopped beef then the au jus mix.

3) Season to taste then take bread and cut into open face sandwich. Float the inside portion of the bottom and top bun on top of the au jus allowing it to soak up the sauce.

4) Spoon meat and onions on to the bun, top with cheese.

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