French Dip Sliders
These tasty and entertaining French Dip Sliders are a quick and simple snack, lunch, or dinner that the whole family will love. These come together easily with simple ingredients, which makes them enticing.
- Three tsp unsalted Butter
- One medium onion, cut thinly
- Two tsp finely chopped fresh thyme
- One-fourth teaspoon of kosher salt
- One-half teaspoon of black pepper
- Dozens of delicious rolls
- ten pieces of provolone cheese
- 14 ounces of deli roast beef slices
- One-quarter cup melted butter unsalted
- One and a half tablespoons of dry onion soup mix
- One packet of gravy mix au jus
- Three cups of water
- Chopped Fresh Parsley For Garnish
- Melt the butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the onions, then drizzle with butter. Saute the onions for 12 to 15 minutes, turning now and then, until they are tender and browned but not burned.
- Remove from the heat, toss in the thyme, salt, and pepper, and set aside.
- Set oven temperature to 350°F. Remove the rolls from the packaging without cutting them. Using a broad knife, cut the rolls in half so that the top and bottom are separated. Put the bottom into an 11×7 baking dish, cut side up.
- Place half of the cheese on top. Include the roast meat. Spread out the onions and place them on top. After adding the remaining cheese, place the roll tops on top.
- Combine the onion soup mix and melted butter in a small bowl. To ensure it’s well spread, I like to brush this mixture over the rolls, but you can also just pour the butter sauce on top.
- Bake the rolls for 25 minutes with a lightly covered foil that makes sure the tops of the rolls are not touched. Remove the foil and bake the rolls for a further five minutes to brown.
- As the rolls bake, make the au jus according to the instructions on the container, adding water as needed. Serve the rolls with garnish of parsley an optional and au jus on the side for dipping.
- Replace fresh herbs for dried ones; just reduce the quantity by half.
- Sweet rolls are our favourite kind of slider buns, but you can use any kind.
- For this recipe, our preferred cheeses are provolone and mozzarella.
- Although not required, the au jus just gives food even more flavour.
As I mentioned before, these can be frozen.