French dip sandwich

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French dip sandwich
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Roast beef dip au jus, with french fries
Alternative name(s) Beef dip
Place of origin United States
Region or state Los Angeles, California
Creator(s) Multiple claims
Course served Main
Type Sandwich
Main ingredient(s) Baguette, roast beef, au jus
Variations With cheese

The French dip sandwich is a popular dish. It is a sandwich, usually on French bread, with roast beef on the inside. It comes with a special sauce called jus which is usually made with the juice and fat that came off the roast beef when they were cooking it. It was not originally from France; two restaurants in Los Angeles, California, Cole's and Philippe's, both claim to have invented it.

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