This is a wonderful way to prepare beef for sandwiches. I used 1/4 cup of a reduced sodium soy sauce and added 1/4 cup of water. The onion soup mix was Onion Seasoning Mix. I took Bev's suggestion and served this with Radish Coleslaw Salad, an assortment of pickles, olives and onions. Great weeknight or to go meal.
Meat was very flavorful. I don't think I added enough liquid, as the meat was a tad dry, but that's no fault of the recipe. Very simple and tasty.
Awesome! Needed a recipe to use up left over beef from kabobs a couple of days ago. So I thinly pre-sliced my leftovers, adjusted the amount of soy and worcestershire and YUMMO. I also added sliced mushrooms, onions and red and green peppers in the last hour of cooking. Thanks for an awesome recipe Lainey!
The best and so easy. Moist and tender. Served on toasted rolls with some of the sauce spooned over it.
Easy to make and perfect for making sandwiches or stuffing into a tortilla. Everyone enjoyed! L~S
This was a hit.... HUGE hit with my boys. I added 1/4 cup more water, but other than that followed the recipe to the "T". Made great sandwiches, and was so easy to make. Thanks Lainey for another *keeper* in my book. ~V
This was good and easy to throw together in the morning before going out the door. It also used items I always have on hand. Seven hours in my crock was too long but it was still tasty. I followed the recipe exactly as written.
This was amazing! I didn't have onion soup mix, but it still turned out great. I would recommend this to everyone.
The meat comes out so tender and flavorful. A great dish to come home to and have dinner all ready.
Excellent! I made these yesterday for dinner for my family, there were no leftovers. Everyone loved this dish, so glad I tagged this one!