Feeling French Part 2

French Dip Sandwiches

After some hesitations from the little people who live in the house I am happy extactic to report that they LOVED this meal!  That is a VERY rare thing plus they both finished happily and quickly.  AMAZING!

Once again another recipe from Our Best Bites.  Plus they are made in the Crock pot so we are talking EASY QUICK meal!

Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches

1 2.5- 3 lb beef roast (you can use a frozen roast if you want)

2 TBS olive oil

salt and pepper

2 -1-ounce packages of dry onion soup mix (I used one due to my picky eaters who aren’t much for TONS of flavor and it was the perfect amount for us!)

2 cups water

2 cans beef broth  (* you could also use beef bouillion cubes and water)

6-8 large buns

Swiss, provolone or mozzarell a cheese, shredded or sliced

1.) Heat oil in large pot over medium-high heat and rub roast with salt and pepper

2.) When very hot, carefully place roast in pan and sear sides.  (CAREFUL SPLATTERS A LOT!)

3.)  Place in crockpot and sprinkle with onion soup mix.  Pour water and beef broth over roast.

Cook 8-10 hours on low or cook 4-5 hours on high and another 3-4 hours on low.    The longer you cook it the more tender it will be.  It is done when you pop a fork in it and the meat just falls off. 

Shred meat and place in crusty rolls,  Top with cheese and broil open-faced in the oven for a few minutes until bread is golden brown and cheese is melty.

Ladle juices out to dip your sandwich in.

I promise this is delicious try it soon and hey if you are feeling extra adventurous make your own rolls too!

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