Posts Tagged ‘sandwich’

Easy French Dip Sandwiches

Monday, April 14th, 2008

What if I told you that you could make pleasing French Dip Sandwiches with three ingredients? What if I said with almost no preparation, you can impress anyone who eats them?

Can you butter toast? Then you can make these very Easy French Dip Sandwiches!

Let’s have a look at what you’ll need…

That’s right…this is it! One 3-4 lb. roast of your choice, (bottom round roast, pictured) one can of got-to-be-mm-mm-good-stuff Campbell’s beef broth, and some French sub rolls. Looking possible already?! Yesss! You, the toast buttering champion can do this!

  • Easy French Dip Sandwiches
    • 3-4 lb Roast
    • 1 can Campbell’s beef broth
    • 6 French sub rolls
    • Pam butter flavored Cooking Spray (optional)
    • Place roast in a crock-pot or slow cooker.
    • Pour can of beef broth over roast.
    • Cover with lid and cook on low heat for 7-9 hours.
    • Do not remove lid until it’s done!
    • Preheat oven to 400°F, split French sub rolls in half and spray each half with cooking spray (optional).
    • Toast buns face down in oven for 3 minutes.
    • Spoon broth into glass dishes.
    • Shred or pull meat to fill the sub rolls. Enjoy!

We sure did…

I cannot stress the importance of Campbell’s beef broth enough. Perhaps an accomplished cook may want to add additional flavors, but the wannabe chef (me) can only be truly gratified with the truest beefiest flavor that Campbell’s beef broth will add to this simple recipe. It’s “double rich”, “double strength” and you’ll taste the difference. No one will know you did almost nothing to accomplish this awesome meal.

Fried Egg Sandwich

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

Eggs are so versatile. You can boil eggs. You can devil eggs. You can poach eggs. You can pickle eggs…the list goes on. You can scramble them or….you can fry them!

And my favorite way to enjoy a fried egg is in a sandwich.

So many good things happen in this fried egg sandwich at once. Don’t we all like to dip our fried egg yolks in toast? Face plant that yolk directly onto a buttery English muffin and emulate that exact feeling while biting into this sandwich. Add a fried piece of ham on top of the overturned egg for a meatiness that is necessary for almost every sandwich. To complete it, top with a slice of cheese for a gooey melt-it-all-together goodness that is the fried egg sandwich’s ultimate selling point.

Like everything I prepare, this awesome fried egg sandwich is well-done. Well-done goodness, that is…

  • Awesome Fried Egg Sandwich
    • 1 T butter
    • 1 egg
    • 1 Kraft Single
    • 1 slice of Oscar Mayer smoked ham
    • 1 English Muffin
    • Preheat a non-stick skillet on med-high heat. When hot, add 1 Tablespoon butter and melt.
    • Crack egg carefully into pan and cook for 2-3 minutes or until egg white is cooked through.
    • Meanwhile toast English muffins and butter them.
    • In the last 30 seconds of cooking time place the ham slice in skillet to warm.
    • Next, place the cooked egg, yolk side down on one half of the English muffin.
    • Fold the ham slice and put it on top of the egg.
    • Quickly top the warm ham with the slice of cheese, followed by the remaining English muffin top.

There’s no way to go wrong with this recipe if you like fried eggs and ham. Like I said, I overcooked mine a bit, as I’m still looking for the perfect fried egg method, but the sandwich still passed with flying colors. And I’ll probably need to make it again soon.



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