I've had this recipe sitting on my Pinterest lunch board forever now. I ended up making them for dinner the other night cause I was feeling lazy. This is the perfect recipe to make on a night when you just don't feel like cooking.
A dab of horseradish, a rolled up slice of roast beef and a little cube of cheese. Roll 'em up and bake. Let me just tell you, these smelled so good! The whole time I was taking pictures all I could think about was tearing into one of them.
I bought the packaged Au Jus which just needed 3 cups of water and about 7 minutes to cook. While I absolutely recommend serving these with Au Jus, I do want to mention that you don't really taste it. It's really just there to moisten the bread. The horseradish (even a little dab) is so overpowering that it's hard to taste the dip.
If you're serving these to kids, you'll probably want to skip the horseradish on their particular rolls. Jesse did NOT care for it. He could have been a little less dramatic about it (scraping his tongue with his fingers, guzzling my sweet tea and yelling at me), but he made his point. No horseradish on his crescents!
Anyway, try this! It's so tasty and simple to make, and for such little rolls, they sure do pack a whole lotta flavor! Glad I found them!
'French Dip Crescents with Au Jus'
Source: Mama Loves Food
1 packages crescent rolls, 8 count
1/2 pound deli roast beef, thinly sliced
1 ounces Swiss or provolone cheese, cut in 8 equal sized pieces
1 packet Au Jus for dipping
1. Heat oven to 375.
2. Unroll crescents onto a large cookie sheet. Spread a small dab of horseradish on the wide end of each crescent, then place a slice of rolled up roast beef and a piece of cheese on each crescent.
3. Roll crescents and bake for 11 to 13 minutes, or until crescents are a golden color.
4. Meanwhile prepare Au Jus according to package. Spoon hot Au Jus into small dipping dishes and serve with crescents.