Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches

I notion you might need a bit comfort meals. smooth meat, caramelized onions and melted cheese shoved right into a huge roll pretty lots screams “devour me!”. Before the weather heats up and we have to start considering bathing fit season (cringe), allow’s get comfy and allow our gradual cooker make a splendid smooth, scrumptious and comforting meal. Who needs a French Dip Sandwich? Me, me, me!

Brown your meat and location it in the gradual cooker. add sliced onions, garlic, red meat broth and worcestershire (flavor metropolis!), location the lid at the slow cooker and move approximately your day. by the point you’re prepared for dinner, the beef can be falling apart, the onions might be candy and soft and you may have plenty of savory and scrumptious au jus for dipping!


  • 2 pound beef chuck roast trimmed of excess fat (I've also used a sirloin steak for a leaner option)
  • 3 cups low sodium beef broth plus a little more if needed
  • 1/4 cup worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 large yellow onions halved and thinly sliced
  • 3 cloves of garlic minced
  • 1 bay leaf
  • salt/pepper
  • 4 rolls nothing too soft or it will fall apart once dipped
  • 8 slices cheese (provolone, swiss, havarti or monterey jack)


  1. Liberally salt and pepper your roast.
  2. In a large glass measuring cup, combine the pork broth and worcestershire sauce and set aside.
  3. In a huge forged iron skillet or dutch oven, warmth oil on medium-high warmness, upload the meat and sear on all facets until each aspect has a nice brown crust shaped. transfer meat into your sluggish cooker.
  4. reduce the warmth to medium and inside the equal pot you browned the meat in, add the sliced onions and prepare dinner for 5 minutes, adding extra oil if necessary. add the chopped garlic and prepare dinner for an additional minute or two. Pour a couple tablespoons of the pork broth combination into the pot with the onions and the usage of a timber spoon, scrape up all of the browned bits from the lowest of the pan (this may upload plenty of flavor). switch the onion mixture and all gathered juices into the slow cooker and upload within the final broth and the bay leaf.
  5. cook to your gradual cooker on high for 3-4 hours or low for 5-6 hours, till the meat could be very smooth. remove the meat to a reducing board and thinly slice it or shred it with a fork and set apart.
  6. area a fine mesh strainer over a massive bowl and carefully pour the juices from the sluggish cooker through the strainer and into the bowl (that is your au jus). Set aside the onions that continue to be inside the strainer, discard the bay leaf.
  7. switch the sliced meat and the onions again into the sluggish cooker. Pour over a little bit of au jus to moisten the beef (season to flavor with salt and pepper). Reserve the ultimate au jus for dipping. if you'd like extra au jus, you could stir in a bit beef broth to make it stretch farther.
  8. Toast your rolls, pile with meat and onions, cover with the cheese of your choice. if you need the cheese melted you can area it in a 375° oven or beneath the broiler till melted. Serve with the au jus on the facet for dipping.

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