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The original French Dip Sandwich, which came from Los Angeles in the early 1900s, is given a delicious new spin with French Dip Biscuits. Thinly sliced roast beef on a baguette with a savory au jus for dipping is the usual presentation of the meal. This recipe is ideal for gatherings, fast family dinners, or a one-of-a-kind snack since our version combines these traditional ingredients into flaky, delicate biscuits. This meal will wow with its soothing elegance thanks to the marriage of tender biscuit dough with robust beef.
French Dip Biscuits are best enjoyed when accompanied by a side of homemade potato chips or a light garden salad drizzled with vinaigrette to cut through the richness of the meat. Add a dash of fresh herbs, such as thyme or parsley, or a little dish of caramelized onions to elevate their presentation.
French Dip Cookies
Twelve biscuits are included in the servings.
1 16.3 oz can of biscuit dough that has been chilled
Half a pound of thinly sliced deli roast beef
Half a cup of Swiss cheese, shredded
Mayonnaise, 1/4 cup

Hot sauce” measuring one tablespoon
one package of au jus gravy mix (one ounce)
Two cups of water
What to do
(1) Grease a baking sheet and set oven temperature to 375°F, or 190°C.
2. Make two rounds out of the biscuits by dividing them horizontally in half.
The next step is to mix the horseradish sauce and mayonnaise in a little bowl. After halving the biscuits, spread a little amount of the filling over each half.
4. On the underside of each biscuit, add a few pieces of roasted meat and a pinch of Swiss cheese. Carefully press the second half of the cookie on top to seal.
5. Bake the biscuits for 12–15 minutes, or until they become golden brown, on a greased baking sheet.
6. In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine the gravy mix with 2 cups of water to make the au jus. Set aside while the biscuits bake. 13. Simmer, stirring often, until reduced by half.
7. Accompany the heated biscuits with a bowl of warm au jus, ready to be dipped.
Tips and Variations
Substituting provolone or mozzarella for some of the cheese in this dish might give it a new spin. To add a tangy touch to every meal, add a teaspoon of Dijon mustard to the mayonnaise mixture. If you’re looking to add a little green to your biscuits before baking them, try adding arugula or spinach.

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