This classic French recipe can take hours to prepare. We did it in less than 30 minutes.
Though the name sounds fancy and intimidating, this elegant dish is simple enough for any night of the week.
We wanted to bring this dish to its earthy, robust, warm potential: satisfyingly large chunks of tender meat draped with a velvety sauce brimming with the flavor of good Burgundy wine and studded with caramelized mushrooms and pearl onions.
Our hands-down favorite use for leftover roast beef is French Dip sandwiches. But the beefy jus takes so long to prepare. We wanted to make these sandwiches quickly.