Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches

This was (shocker!) another Pinterest find.
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The recipe I used came from this blog.
French dip has always been one of my favorite sandwiches (Phillipe's anyone??), so I was really excited to make this one.  
It was pretty simple and smelled great when I got home from work! 


What you need....
  • 1 medium yellow onion
  • 3/4 cup beef broth/stock
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 Tbsp creole mustard (I used dijon, not pictured)
  • 2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
  • ~3lb chuck roast
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 6-8 sandwich rolls, split (not shown)
  • 6-8 slices of provolone or swiss cheese (not shown)


Pour liquids into crock pot. Slice onion into big flat rounds and throw on top. 
Add mustard and chopped garlic.

 

 Toss the meat on top. (Duh.)  Turn it on (LOW) and go to work!



 Come home to mouthwatering smells eminating from your kitchen... Gently shred the meat with a fork (or two forks) and leave it in the liquid a little longer to let it all soak in.


 Toast your buns!  Pile on  meat and scoop up some of the au jus for dipping.  



 I forgot to get a pic with cheese but we melted it (broiled it) over the top, along with some onions.  That's pretty much it!  Close it up and start dipping your French Dip!   :-)



Considering the amazing success of the Albondigas soup, nothing else from the crock pot has really managed to measure up yet.  Don't get me wrong, we ate these and enjoyed them.  The au jus was a bit salty, but we certainly did not have any leftovers.  :-)  We put provolone cheese on them, which was a nice addition.  I think they could be even better with some sauteed mushrooms.  Anyhow, next time I'll look for the no/low salt broth and maybe skip the soy sauce altogether.

If you make it, ENJOY, and let me know your thoughts or suggestions!  
I definitely want to give this one another shot. 


Linking up with these lovely ladies to share the deliciousness.  :-)
(Including Pinning! @ A Night Owl Blog!  Having trouble with the button. boo)











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8 comments:

ferdinand hegemur said...

MMMhhh....Yummy....

Courtney said...

Perfect for a rainy day! :) XO Courtney

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Kimberly @ A Night Owl said...

ok, now i've tried something like this and just LOVED it! yum yum! thanks for linking up!!

xo,
Kimberly

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