Monday, May 19, 2014

Easy Slow Cooker French Dips

Easy Slow Cooker French Dips | Aunt Bee's Recipes

        During our last visit to see family, my mother-in-law sent me home with about 30 new cookbooks and a freezer full of meat... Clearly, she gets me.  We had a CRAZY busy day this past Saturday and I had remembered finding this recipe over at The Magical Slow Cooker Facebook Page. (If you haven't 'liked' this page on facebook, you are missing out on some AWESOME slow cooker recipes!)  I modified the recipe based on our preferences and what I had on hand, including the lovely Sirloin Tip Roast Nana had sent us home with.  I threw it all in the crockpot friday night before bed and shredded it the next morning for easy sandwich making for lunch.  IT TURNED OUT SO GOOD!!!!!  This is going on our slow cooker recipe rotation for sure!!!!  

Easy Slow Cooker French Dips
Ingredients
2 lb sirloin tip roast
2 onions, quartered
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup beef broth
1/2 cup reduced sodium soy sauce
2 bay leaves
1 tsp dried rosemary
For serving: Toasted Hoagies, Sauteed Onions and Peppers, & Cheese.
Directions
Place roast in slow cooker.  Combine the rest of the ingredients and pour over roast. Cook on low for 8 - 10 hours.  Remove roast and shred.  Reserve au jus.  Serve on Toasted Hoagies with sauteed peppers, onions, your choice of cheese and au jus for dipping!  
*FREEZER COOKING DIRECTIONS*
Combine roast, onion, garlic, broth, soy sauce, bay leaves & rosemary into a gallon freezer bag.  Label, date and add cooking instructions.  Freeze flat.  Allow to thaw in the refrigerator for 24 hours before cooking.  Pour contents of bag in slow cooker. Cook on low for 8 - 10 hours.  Serve on toasted hoagies with sauteed peppers, onions, cheese and au jus for dipping.  





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20 comments:

  1. Brandi, these sandwiches look so good! I'd love for your to stop by Simple Supper Tuesday, tonight, to link them up!

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  2. Wonderful recipe Brandi. And nice photos! ;)

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  3. Ohh these look amazing! I can't wait to add this to my weekly meal plan. I think it will also work perfect for my freezer meal club.

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  4. I can't imagine how this could look any tastier! Love this one.

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  5. I do not have a slow cooker, but I think I will get my chances with regular pot. Looks perfect!

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  6. I am a sucker for a good French Dip and these look like something I would truly enjoy!

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  7. From learning about you on your blog, I can tell that your mother in law got the gift spot on! :)

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  8. My hubbie would love these! What a creative slow cooker dish!! And as always,,lovely photography!

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  9. wow that looks good Brandi! And nice and easy too! :)

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  10. G'day! This is one my fave recipes from childhood Brandi! YUM!
    Cheers! Joanne

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  11. I cannot believe how good these look! Amazing!! My Honey would be in HEAVEN!

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  12. This sandwich looks beautiful. Would love to try it!

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  13. This looks CRAZY good!! I am totally making this recipe soon, I know my family would love it!!

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  14. When I was in my 20's after we would leave the bar, we would go to Denny's and Perkins and every time I went to Perkins I used to order this!
    LOVE, Love, love, french dips! I can not wait to try this recipe!!!

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  15. Love it! This is one of our 6 favorite summertime crock pot recipes for busy mom’s!
    http://momslistit.com/index.php?post=109

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  16. Is there a way to print your recipes?

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    1. Hi Nina! At the bottom of each blog post is a print button. Just click that you you can easily select which parts you want to keep/remove before printing. (for example the chit chat and pictures can be easily removed and just recipe printed!)

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    2. I looked and looked for one but didn't see it (gettin' old, happens a lot these days...ha). I have found it now that you told me there is one. Thank you so much!! Your recipes sound delicious!

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