02 March 2012

French Dip Rolls

I made this for that Superbowl party that I threw for just me and my hubby. I needed an excuse to cook good food. I saw the idea for these French Dip Crescent Rolls on pinterest.  What a clever way to eat a French Dip sandwich.  The original recipe called for using  cans of crescent  rolls. I'm sure that would be delicious, but I decided to use homemade white bread dough because I figured I could use some of the dough for the rolls and still get a loaf or two of bread out of it too. I do have to say these little French Dip Rolls were tasty. I'm sure I'll be making these again.

French Dip Rolls

  • White Bread Dough or canned crescent roll dough
  • Deli roast beef, thinly sliced
  • Swiss cheese slices
  • Horseradish (optional)
  • Au Jus

If using white bread dough, divide the dough into four equal balls. Roll each ball into a circle about 1/4" inch thick. Using a pizza slicer cut the circle into 8 wedges. (You certainly don't have to use all 4 of the circles, that's a lot of rolls. You could save some of the dough to make a loaf of bread or something.)  If using the crescent roll dough, unroll the crescent roll dough. Spread a small amount of horseradish on each bread dough wedge or crescent slice, then place a slice of two of roast beef and a piece of cheese on each bread dough wedge or crescent roll. Roll starting from the wide end place on the cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes, until golden brown. Heat Au Jus while rolls are baking.


  1. Clever idea, indeed!
    We love French Dips but a bit messy for the kids...wheels are spinning!

  2. That looks yummy! I pinned it in hopes I can make it soon!

  3. Thanks for linking up to Pinned it, Made it! These look so yummy!

  4. oh my heck. YUM! I love french dip sandwiches. You just pimped them up! Awesome!

  5. What a great idea for a quick meal, this looks really good. Hope you are having a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Happy St. Patrick's Day!
    Miz Helen


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