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I LOVE this recipe! This is so easy and yummy. I do a couple things different. I add some sliced bell pepper and onion while the meat is cooking. Sometimes I add a little garlic. But mostly, this is GREAT.

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cynthia912 August 07, 2011

This was a great recipe. The first time I made it I used a frozen french onion soup. It was great. The last time I used beef broth, onions and water with a little garlic for the au jus. Wonderful easy recipe. My daughters and their friends want it every weekend. Thanks.

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cooks with wine September 24, 2010

Very good and very easy. I'm going to make this for a soup & sandwich luncheon we are having at work. I served on hard rolls and topped with provolone cheese. I also added onione like Texas Aggie Mom did and they were wonderful. I'm getting hungry just thinking about them!

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CarolO October 27, 2009

This one gets five stars, not only for the taste, but for ease of preparation! I threw everything in the crockpot before I left for work and came home to a meal that everyone loved. One change I made was to quarter an onion and place it in the pot along with everything else because my guys like sliced onions on their sandwiches. I also put a slice of provolone cheese on each sandwich and threw it under the broiler for a minute to melt the cheese. Everyone agreed this is a keeper. Thanks mamasan for an easy meal to add to the rotation. Made for Fall PAC 2008.

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Texas Aggie Mom October 13, 2008

This was fantastic! This recipe seemed too simple to be a 5 star recipe, but it is absolutely worthy of 5 stars! To serve, first, I toasted sub buns, loaded on the beef, smoothered with sauteed mushrooms, green peppers and onions, and covered with slices of pepper jack cheese. Then, I popped them back into the toaster oven to melt the cheese. To die for!!

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Northern Cook April 14, 2008

great stuff i topped with grilled green peppers and onions and cheese messy butt good dee

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Dienia B. October 30, 2005

French Dip sandwiches are no longer just an 'out to eat' item for us. Followed the recipe exactly, but also added some swiss cheese and popped the sandwiches under the broiler til it was melty. Put about 1/2 in the freezer, so I will try to remember to come edit this review once we thaw and try the frozen version.

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Ms Ladybug September 06, 2005
Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches