Since I don't have coffee filters, I just dumped all the ingredients into a crockpot then added the meat on top. I only used 1-2 Tablespoons bullion, no salt and garlic powder instead of garlic salt. I used about 1 1/2 cups of water; which turned out to be more than enough. Because half of the meat was frozen, I cut it into large chunks then turned the crockpot onto high for an hour. The meat was beautifully done in about 9 hours on low. It was aromatic, moist, tender, and delicious. Served it on lightly toasted bread with a generous drizzle of the juice atop the meat. Delicious! I am thinking that maybe some nice swiss would be great ontop this hot sandwich. Hard to go wrong with a recipe this simple and sooo good!
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Since I don't have coffee filters, I just dumped all the ingredients into a crockpot then...