French Dip Meatball Subs is an easy and budget-friendly slow cooker meal. These meatball subs are yummy, just like a French dip sandwich
Behind The Scenes
Iknow I have not really been posting new posts lately. If I do post a new recipe, it is once a week. There were more “older” posts that have been republished instead.
Truth is, I been working on the behind the scenes stuff that you do see. No, not talking about the SEO. Well, yes kinda I have been in those older post. No, what I am referring to is the technical aspects of Seduction in the Kitchen.
You notice the design is slightly different. There is a reason for this. I am just going to be blunt, this template I got, well it looked pretty, however, it is a nightmare of well, as one tech person told me, “sloppily coded.”
Besides having to hand code elements into every post, there are just issues with it that, I admit I have had to pay a tech person to help me basically tighten this coding on it. I already spent way too much money fixing issues that should not exist in the template.
At what point do I just say screw it let me find a new theme for Seduction in the Kitchen? Oh, I admit I have looked around. Part of me is like, I don’t want to get a new theme only to find out it is coded poorly as well. I will show you the one I am really thinking of getting:
I’m not changing the theme quite yet. I’m still plugging away at this one. Hopefully, I can get everything going the way it should be on it. That is the thing I can say for sure, there is so much to food blogging than just take a photo and here is the recipe, there is all this technical stuff as well.
French Dip Meatball Subs Recipe
Ok, so I admit just a bit frustrated because the theme issues I am having. So let’s just get to this French Dip Meatball Subs, shall we? As you know I have a meatball obsession.
I like creating recipes using frozen meatballs. Why? Well, they do fit into a budget very nicely. Let’s face it, I am always on a budget.
So frozen meatballs end up just being my go-to item for a budget-friendly recipe. How did I come up with the French Dip Meatball Subs? Honestly, I was inspired by Arby’s.
I was on my computer messing around with figuring out how to fix why the sharing buttons on here was covering up stuff on iPads and when to try to print a recipe when an Arby’s commercial came on the TV. I always put my TV on for background noise when I am working on my blog.
Anyway, That James Earl Jones voice talking about The French Dip sandwich made me look up from what I was doing. As I watched this hand dip this beef sandwich into the savory juice, a thought came to me. I need to do a French Dip recipe.
But how can I make it with the Seduction in the Kitchen twist? Pinterest had a French Onion Meatballs. That was when the inspiration for French Dip Meatball Subs came to me.
So I made the French Dip Meatballs in my slow cooker. Then I added a bit of horseradish mayonnaise and some swiss cheese to my sandwich, topped with a few green onions. These French Dip Meatball Subs were absolutely tasty and yummy.
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French Dip Meatball Subs is an easy and budget-friendly slow cooker meal. These meatball subs are yummy, just like a French dip sandwich.
- 1 bag (26 oz) Frozen Meatballs
- 1 carton (32 oz) Beef Broth
- 1 Envelope (2 oz) Au Jus
- Horseradish Mayonnaise
- Shredded Swiss Cheese
- Sliced Green Onions
- Hot Dog Buns
In a slow cooker, add the beef broth and mix in the packet of Au Ju. Stir until the au jus is dissolved.
Next, add the frozen meatballs, and cook on low for about 4 hours.
When the meatballs are ready, open up a hot dog bun, add a little bit of the Horseradish Mayonnaise.
Next add the meatballs to the bun.
Top off with some the shredded swiss cheese.
Then finally garnish with a little bit the green onions.
Get some the juice the meatballs was cooking in and put it in a small bowl.
Serve them up and ENJOY!
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