One of my favorite types of sandwiches...I add provolone cheese to mine and warm in 350 degree oven until the cheese starts to melt. (about 5-7 minutes)
I am not a big roast beef fan - but I really liked this. It was very tender and had a nice beefy taste. I used only 1 tsp of pepper. I also omitted the bouillon cubes and added a touch of kitchen magic flavoring. <br/><br/>I used a sirloin beef roast that was on sale ( lot of marbling ) and cooked on hogh for 4 1/2 hours. Will definitely make again, Thanks
Delicious and so simple!
It was good. I mean i like the simplicity of it, but it wasn't great.
This was easy to make and we liked the taste of it. I only used one teaspoon of pepper as I thought a tablespoon would be too much. I didn't use rosemary as I didn't have any. I cooked mine for 8 hours and it was too dry.
Great easy recipe! I overcooked mine by accidentally hitting High instead of Low but it still had really good flavor. I had to add some juiciness back into the slightly dried out meat so I sauteed some onions and topped the sandwiches with muenster cheese. Although my husband loves au jus straight up, I put some of it into a small pot mixed with a little flour and made a light gravy for dipping these babies into. Deelish!
Tasty & easy. I cooked for the suggested amount of time but felt it needed just a bit more time. Has a wonderful flavor. We will make again & cook longer . Thanks for submitting.
Lunch, anyone? Don't mind if I do.
The flavors in this recipe are wonderful and the meat comes out very moist and tender. Even though there are only two of us, I went ahead and made the 5# roast and froze the leftovers for another meal.
This was very good & simple to make! I try to follow a recipe exactly the first time, but a 5 lb. rump was a bit much for just the 2 of us so I bought a 3 lb. I only cut down on the pepper, making it 1 t.
It was in the crockpot all night & at 10 AM. is was tender as can be. That way as soon as the meat cooled I put it in the fridge to cool so it would be easier to slice.
I was afraid the Au Jus might be to salty, but it was perfect. I sliced it cold put in a small frying pan to warm with a little of the Au Jus & had it on soft Hoggie rolls. Delicious!!!!