French Dip Crescents

Traditionally, this French Dip Crescents is served on a silver tray, and the bowl is placed over the silverware, and a long fork dipped into the dipping sauce. However, the dip can be served almost as a standalone dish without the silverware. It is served best with the serving spoons.

The French Dip Crescents are made in a variety of ways to suit your taste and budget. Many stores specialize in selling these dishes.

French Dip Crescents

Many restaurants serve these dips as a part of their menu. Some restaurants make these dishes in their kitchen so that this dip’s preparation does not take too much time.

This popular dip is prepared by mixing chopped onion, chopped tomatoes, chopped pepper, mayonnaise, lime juice, and salt in a large bowl. You then pour the ingredients into the bowl and mix until it forms a solid batter.

The mixture will then be formed into three different sizes, and the last size will be poured directly into the dipping sauce. It can be served in any order you want to.

Most restaurants serve the dip as part of their everyday menu or special menu item. If you are looking for a dip with many flavors, you may want to go to a restaurant that serves the traditional dip.

Read also Easy French Toast Casserole.

Many restaurants have special menu items that feature dips in different sizes and flavors. Some of these are Creole favorites such as the famous Creole Tomato Chip Dip. And some are classic favorites like the classic Creole Coleslaw Dip.

Other popular dips are Creole Blue Cheese Dip, Baked Beans Dip, Creole Spicy Chicken Dip, Blueberry Muffin Dip, White Cheddar Crescent Roll, and Potato Salad Dip. These dip varieties are prepared in a similar way, but they are not as similar to the traditional versions.

French Dip Crescents

Recipe by TiffanieCourse: AppetizersCuisine: FrenchDifficulty: Easy


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The famous dip of the New Orleans style is usually served in a large bowl. It is filled with a mixture of different ingredients including cheese, jalapeno peppers, onions, bell peppers, chicken, beef, and spinach.


  • 1/2 pound deli roast beef, thinly sliced

  • 4 pieces mozzarella string cheese, cut in half

  • 1 8 ounce can refrigerated crescent rolls

  • 1 1 ounce packet Au Jus mix


  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  • Separate crescent rolls into 8 triangles. Top each crescent with 1 slice roast beef and one half piece of string cheese.
  • Roll up and place on baking sheet. Bake for 14-16 minutes, or until golden brown.
  • While crescents are baking, make Au Jus mix according to package directions. Serve with warm french dip crescents.

Some of these dips are a variation of a classic recipe, while others are a completely new version. The most popular dip is probably Creole Crescent Rolls. It can be easily found at the local bakery or grocery store.

Creole Crescent Rolls is prepared very similarly to the ingredients and filling placed over a tortilla roll. And topped with shredded cheddar cheese, pepper jack cheese, onions, tomatoes, and chicken. Reference life-in-the-lofthouse.