French Dip Sandwiches
This is one of the easiest, and tastiest, crockpot recipes I've tried! These sandwiches are great with homemade oven-baked french fries.
- Ready In:
- 8hrs 5mins
- 3 -4 lbs roast
- 1 envelope onion soup mix
- 1 bottle any beer
- 4 -6 hoagie rolls
- onion (optional)
- green pepper (optional)
- mozzarella cheese (optional)
- Place roast in crockpot, sprinkle in soup mix, and then pour beer over top.
- Cook on low all day (6-8 hours).
- Shred meat with a fork and serve on hoagie rolls.
- Use the juice as a dip,"au jous" style.
- Optional: We like to serve these with sauted peppers and onions and slices of mozzarella or other kinds of cheese.
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This was amazing!! My only problem was there wasn't enough au jus to get through the amount of sandwiches the meat filled. Next time I will add another beer, or a cup or so of beef broth. Great flavor though and it was a hit! Topped mine with the peppers and onions along with some jalapenos and provolone :)Reply
Yum. This was really good. I love French dip sandwiches and this was easy, smelled great while it was cooking, and was tasty too. I added some carmelized onions and sauteed bell peppers on a toasted bun and chowed down! Thanks AmyMCGS for a nice keeper. Made for All You Can Eat Buffet Special in Cooking Games.1Reply
I seared a boneless sirloin tip roast in a cast iron skillet to increase flavor before adding it to the crockpot. I also doubled the onion soup and beer because we like the au jus. We prefer jalapenos over the bell pepper with our sauted onions. No cheese and lighlty toasted rolls. I also added extra salt (we love real salt) and pepper. Very easy. This would be great to use for an easy prep day for Sabbaths since I need to cook for two days (every week).Reply
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