CrockPot French Dip


I have made a LOT of CrockPot recipes over the years, but I’ve never made this one. Now that I have, I will again and again. It is SO delicious. My daughter thought it was the BEST French Dip she’s EVER had! (oh, and your house will smell fantastic!) By the way, big props to Front Desk Abbi for passing this recipe along! 

HAPPY CROCKTOBER!!

Ingredients
3 pound chuck roast
2 Tbls oil
2 cans French Onion Soup
1 can Beef Consomme Soup
8 hoagie rolls
16 slices provolone

Instructions
Brown Chuck Roast in oil
Place chuck roast in CrockPot and add soups
Slow cook on high for four hours or on low for 8-10 hours
When done, move your roast to a bowl and slice, removing fatty pieces
Remove any large chunks of meat or fat out of the juice left in the crockpot
Pour the juice from the crockpot into a pan to simmer on your stovetop
Simmer au jus juice to reduce to half
Put your shredded meat onto hoagie rolls and top with provolone cheese
(we opened the rolls, topped with cheese and broiled until melty…SO GOOD)

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Author: cookinwithbrook

I love to cook simple and family-friendly recipes that I can share with you!

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