French Dip Roast Beef Sandwiches

"This beef comes out tender and flavorful and makes great French Dip sandwiches! I think one of the reasons it comes out so delicious is the secret ingredient...Beer :)"
 
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Ready In:
3hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
6
Yields:
12-18 Sandwiches
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place roast in a large roasting pan.
  • Combine soup mix, broth and beer in a bowl and stir until soup mix is dissolved.
  • Pour over roast and place onions around it.
  • Bake for 2 to 3 hours, basting frequently, or until beef is tender and looks stringy when pulled with a fork.
  • If roast starts getting too crispy, cover pan with foil or lid.
  • Slice meat thinly and serve on rolls.
  • Serve juices in individual cups or bowls to dip sandwiches into.

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Reviews

  1. Indiana Debbie
    Great recipe! I used a 4 lb rump roast and made it in a crockpot. Easy and good!
     
  2. chemistrss
    This recipe was a hit with the kids and the hubby. I made one simple change though-- I cooked this in the crock pot. (Gotta love that crock pot!!) The beef was very tender and the au jus was flavorful.
     
  3. Theresa P
    This is a very good recipe! I like the fact that the au juice is not as salty as a lot I've had.The beef was tender and the au juice is very flavorful.I served this with potato salad and jello for a nice easy meal after the busy Thanksgiving week-end.
     
  4. Marybeth5
    This was very easy to prepare and simply delicious! I straind the broth for a nice au jous. I will definitly be making this again.
     
  5. LaPearla
    I've made this recipe many times - Always in my crockpot so when I get home at the end of the day - the house smells wonderful and my dinner is ready. This is the only way to make roast beef sandwiches. The beef is always tender and juice is very savory. Note: I always strain the juices into individual bowls before serving. Outstanding!!
     
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