French Dip Sandwich
French Dip recipe made quick and easy in the Instant Pot will have you coming back for more. I know my sons always come back for 2nds and always want the leftovers too!
Lunch or Dinner
About this Recipe
I have loved French Dip Sandwiches since I first had one as a kid and I’m always on the search for the perfect French Dip Recipe. To me, I want the perfect balance of flavor, tender meat, caramelized onions and a nice toasty roll. When all those things combine, you have the perfect French Dip recipe to love and enjoy.
What is a French Dip?
A French Dip Sandwich is hot sandwich with tender thin slices of meat on a french roll. Many times served with melted cheese and dipped in the juices of the cooked meat.
How to Eat a French Dip Sandwich?
Serve shredded beef on a toasted hoagie roll or french roll with a side of drippings called Au Jus. Add a slice of cheese to top and melt. As you eat the sandwich dip into the au jus.
How to Cook a French Dip?
This is an Instant Pot Recipe for French Dip Sandwiches. However you can also make this in a Crock Pot or even an oven, however it will just take more time cooking as you will want to cook it slowly. I prefer to sear my roast in a cast iron skillet before I cook it, but you can sear your roast with the Instant Pot on saute’ and keep this recipe to one pot just as easily. The Instant Pot will pressure cook the roast and break it down to a tender cut of meat. Use a Rump Roast or a Bottom Round for best results.
It’s easy to reduce down red wine in the Instant Pot and sautéing up the onions which gives the onions a beautiful flavor that holds throughout the recipe. Keep an eye on the onions, stirring them occasionally so they do not burn.
Your roast will shred and fall apart and make the perfect French Dip Sandwiches ever.
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I personally love my Lodge Cast Iron Skillet and use it almost daily
Choose a hard roll is best as all the juices will soak through the bread and a softer roll will fall apart. Plus the crusty toasted roll is wonderful when soaked in Au Juice.
Step by Step Instructions
In the Instant Pot or frying pan sear all sides of roast in Olive Oil
In the Instant Pot add Red Wine and Onions and Saute’. Reduce Red Wine by half
Add seared roast and sprinkle additional seasons on top. Cook on Manual for 90 minutes and all 30 minutes NR
Butter insides of hard rolls and toast in oven under broil
Add shredded meat on toasted rolls and add provolone cheese and add back to oven to melt cheese.
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