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"These were excellent. They came out just like the picture posted and were the most elegant beef sandwiches I've ever made. The family loved them. I think next time I will use a 5 pound roast. There are 4 of us and the recipe fed all of us but it was so good we would like leftovers next time. Also, I made this as directed and it was done after 6 hours. Thank you for sharing a recipe that we will enjoy over and over again. Moist beef sandwiches on toasted French rolls and provolone alongside a rich Ajus that could be a soup in its own right. Wonderful meal. "- OaxacaCookin
Cuisine: Main Ingredient: Beef
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Trim excess fat off of beef roast and season meat all over with salt and pepper.
Pour beef broth, condensed French onion soup, red wine and garlic powder into slow cooker and place beef roast into liquid.
Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Take beef out and rest it, covered with aluminum foil, for about 15 minutes. Slice beef and return to slow cooker on low or very low for 30 minutes.
Lightly toast the bread and evenly distribute cheese between rolls, if using. Divide beef onto rolls and spoon the beef juice* into ramekins or other small bowls and eat everything while it is hot. Serve each sandwich with its own dip.
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sarina_giorgio 1 month agoThis was delicious
rsearer 3 months agoGood stuff. Loved the flavor of the dipping broth
Jayekimberly 8 months agoLove this recipe
BourbonBelle 8 months ago
SAHM 8 months agoWe enjoyed this. I made my own French onion soup instead of buying canned soup. Maybe it was my recipe of the soup, but we found it lacking in beef flavour. I'll try it again and follow this recipe closer.
itsdanisland 8 months ago
aliciaburgessjones 8 months agoEasy and really good used simply spices organic frnch onion mix.
ulivenulearn23 9 months agoAbsolutely delicious! First time making it and and I couldn't believe how wonderful these came out! Definitely a keeper in my house!
nicolegory 9 months agoAmazing!!! I added a jar of peppers for some kick. The juice is delicious. Also sautéed some onions and red peppers and served them on the sandwiches with some shredded cheese.
Buchanmi 9 months agoExcellent! I followed this recipe exactly and it was amazing! I love French Dip Sandwiches and I will never order one out again - these are the best I have had. Thank you for posting!
twisted1331 10 months ago
graciegrace123 11 month agoYum
Voxxie-rocks 11 month agoTo add on to my last comment... I also added 1 large onion that I sliced and caramelized to the crock pot along with everything else.
OaxacaCookin 1 year agoThese were excellent. They came out just like the picture posted and were the most elegant beef sandwiches I've ever made. The family loved them. I think next time I will use a 5 pound roast. There are 4 of us and the recipe fed all of us but it was so good we would like leftovers next time. Also, I made this as directed and it was done after 6 hours. Thank you for sharing a recipe that we will enjoy over and over again. Moist beef sandwiches on toasted French rolls and provolone alongside a rich Ajus that could be a soup in its own right. Wonderful meal.
amygoostree 1 year agoDefinitely a keeper in my household!
christinebakke 1 year ago
Nelda1 1 year agoyummy!!,good flavors, my family say is a keeper
sunnygal 1 year agoDelicious!!! I used a pressure cooker on low for two hours instead of slow cooker as wanted beef to be medium rare. Added additional onions and used fresh pressed garlic instead of garlic powder. Will definately add to menu and serve with tossed salad. Thanks for a wonderful idea.
Sherriev 1 year agoI made this tonight. I used some white cooking wine instead of red wine (its what I had on hand). I think I may have cooked it a little long - the roast came out falling apart. I prefer my roasts to hold together a little. However, the flavor was GREAT! It made for some very tasty sandwiches and au jus. I toasted the buns under the broiler until they started to brown, then added the provolone, and toasted it a little more. I kept dinner simple, and served just carrot sticks with it. It was a hit, made WAY more than I expected, and will work great tomorrow for tacos. Also, it is going on our tailgating rotation.
adriancastro 1 year agoOMG, this was yummy it was a winner in my house, it is permanently on our dinner menu!!!!