Wow. A recipe that is easy and delicious. I really enjoyed this recipe and so did my family. Even my picky son had some. Will definitely make this again.
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I cut the recipe in half to use with my 1.5lb London broil. I also prepared it in the crock-pot. It turned out beautifully!! Extremely tasty meat that made excellent sandwiches. I think it would be good served over mashed potatoes or noodles too. I used a sweet vidalia onion which really went well with the beer flavor. A big hit here! Thanks!
I was really hoping that the meat would be eaiser to cut into thin slices like you buy at the deli. However the taste was AMAZING and I lived using the juices to dip. DH ate the rest for leftovers the next day. I had my sandwiches plain on big hoagie rolls but DH had his with mayo, mustard, and slices of american cheese. I had to take a lot of time and cut the fat off the meat, but other than that it was really easy.
This was really good! I cooked the roast in the crock pot on low for 6 hours. Made as directed and added a teaspoon of rosemary and thyme for personal taste. Used Heineken for the beer. Thanks for sharing! Made for ZWT 5.
really good but the meat needs something more it's a bit bland. But I would recommend using a dark beer for more added flavor as opposed to a light beer...
This was a great french dip sandwich. DH even said to keep it on the regular rotation (he usually doesn't comment unless asked)...so that's a huge compliment. Very easy to do and delicious to eat!
This is really a great EASY recipe. I throw mine in the crockpot. Comes out PERFECT every time!
These made great sandwiches. And I think the house smelled wonderful while cooking. I served our sandwiches with sauteed onions and pepper and then sauteed up some mushrooms. I also offered swiss cheese for those who wanted it. Thank you for posting a delicious recipe for french dips.
This was a wonderful meal to come home from a baseball tourney to. I cooked it for about 8 hours in the crockpot on Friday night, skimmed the grease off on Saturday morning, cut into thin pieces and cooked on low for about five hours longer. The meat was very moist, very tender and yummy!