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Delicious! Tons of flavor! SUPER easy and fast! House smelled amazing walking in the door after a long day of work! Enough exclamation points? :)

I love recipes that take 5 minutes to prep and zero utensils. This truly is a busy mom's dream recipe! I added 1/2 jar (and juice) of hot banana peppers to give it more 'kick', based on some reviews I'd read.

I drained the juice from some of the remaining meat and the next night used the shredded beef for taco salad. I love how versatile the recipe is!

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20MinutesOrLessChef May 15, 2012

I love pepperoncini. I use it frequently in many things, and use the liquid as salad dressing, so when I saw this recipe I knew I had to try it. I did not see the need to use the actual peppers when I had so much "juice" on hand, so I just used the liquid from the peppers. The flavor was excellent and gave a different taste to a common pot roast.

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Rotfa April 19, 2008

My husband is a huge fan of pepperoncini peppers, so I just had to try this! For the inexpensive meat, I used two 2lb outside round beef roasts which we cooked on low for 10 1/2 hours. Our beef was tender, but not shredding apart as I was expecting. Next time, I would try a different cut of beef. I also agree with a previous reviewer, the flavour from the pepperoncinis didn't stand out. A bit disappointing, considering the title and description make you believe the peppers will be a dominating flavour in the recipe. Hence my 3 star rating. Thank you for posting this recipe!

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Sous Chef Bentley July 03, 2007

Amazing how this beef was still tough at 9 hours, but at 11 hours, like clockwork, it fell into shreds. I expected it would have more pepper flavor -- this was a lot like other onion soup roasts I've had. But it certainly tenderized a tough cut. Thanks for the recipe.

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fluffernutter April 18, 2007

Glad I found this recipe! DH loves pepperoncini and in turn, loves this steak (I used two london broil steaks). Very tasty, and just passed the recipe on to a co-worker that will be making it this weekend. Thanks!

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jonesies March 05, 2007

Very good--and very easy! I used a 12 oz jar of peppers and 12 oz each of the chicken and beef broths. Tasted wonderful! Be aware, 4-6 lbs. of beef makes A LOT! I wasn't really thinking about that.

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Auvan September 29, 2006

This was wonderful!!! I was out of chicken broth so I just threw in 10 oz of water and 2 chicken bouilion cubes!! VERY GOOD!

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Buckeye Mom September 14, 2006

i have to start off by saying that i didnt add the lipton soup mix b/c i forgot. but the beef was tender; delicious just the same. the combination of the flavors is excellent; even without the soup. made for tasty sandwiches. easy to make too!

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jennifer in new jersey November 14, 2005
Crock Pot Pepperoncini Beef Roast