Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Easy French Dip

This recipe is scrumptious and E-A-S-Y to make!  It goes into your slow cooker and you forget about it all day.  When you arrive home from a busy day at work or running errands, you will be met with the most tempting aroma and even better taste!  Please do yourself a favor and make this today.  Your family and taste buds will thank you!

1 3-4lb. boneless beef roast...cheap is good!
1 box or 2 cans beef broth
2 packets french onion soup mix
2 c. water

Serve with:
Hoagie or artisan rolls
Cheese (optional)
Grilled onions and mushrooms (optional)

Put roast, broth, soup mix, and water into your slow cooker.  Cook on low all day or 8-10 hours.  Shred with 2 forks when ready to eat.  Serve on toasted rolls.  Top with cheese, onions, and mushrooms if desired!  Ladle some broth into a separate bowl for dipping your sandwich.

**Important Note**-I make this as a freezer meal when I find cheap roasts.  Just put the ingredients into a freezer bag and freeze until you are ready to make it.  Put the frozen hunk of goodness into a slow cooker and crank it up on high until it starts bubbling...about 7 hours.  Turn to low and keep simmering until you're ready to eat.

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