Italian au jus dippers

Children love to be the center of attention as well as impressing their friends and family. These sandwiches are a great for serving when the kids want to impress their friends with the culinary creativeness.


1 cn soup (French style onion soup, 18.5 oz can)
1⁄2 t seasoning (dried Italian seasoning)
3⁄4 lb beef (roast beef, sliced thin)
6 bread (French rolls, 3-4 inches each)
6 sli cheese (Provolone cheese)


Pour the soup into a saucepan and stir in the Italian seasoning.

Place the soup over medium heat and bring to a boil

Add the roast beef slices and stirring occasionally cook for 5 minutes or until heated through.

Cut the French rolls in half lengthwise.

Cut the slices of cheese into 2 pieces each.

Place a slice of cheese onto the bottom of each cut roll.

Add slices of the roast beef over the cheese and add the second slice of cheese.

Top with the remaining French roll halves.

Pour the soup into small bowls and use as a dip for the sandwiches.

6 servings
Cooking time
Preparation time
Total time
20 minutes


Teach them how to pronounce au jus. Let them know it's the French way of saying "with juice" and their friends will be really impressed with how smart they are.


North American cuisine