Crockpot French Dip
I’m not a huge red meat eater so I rarely make it. But one thing I’ve always liked is French Dips. So I decided to try out a recipe and see. I used this recipe as my inspiration. I LOVE Crockpot meals because they are easy and I don’t have to worry about doing tons of work when I get home to prepare dinner. A big win in my book!
- 2lb – 4lb chuck roast
- 16 oz beef broth
- 2 Packets French onion soup/dip mix
- 6 oz red wine
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- Sliced provolone cheese
- French rolls
- Season chuck roast with salt and pepper.
- Spray the inside of the Crockpot with cooking spray. Place the seasoned chuck roast in the Crockpot.
- Pour beef broth, wine, onion mix, and garlic powder over the roast.
- Turn slow cooker to low heat and leave it alone for 7 1/2 – 8 hours. Mine literally fell apart when touched. It was perfectly tender and not dry.
- Take out of the Crockpot and place on cutting board to cut (or pull apart) pieces.
- Pile your French rolls with as much as you like and place a piece of provolone cheese on top.
- Serve with the juices left in the Crockpot for your dipping pleasure.
I served mine with a big salad. This was quite the hit in my house. Darren was practically done with his the second I put it on his plate and he went back for seconds.