Recipe by angelasunshine
"This is a super simple-recipe. It's always a hit with my family! I love it served on French rolls; they soak up the au jus and taste great."
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1 (3 pound)
onion soup mix
1 (14 ounce) can
large French rolls, split
This recipe seems to call for 6 lbs of meat, for 5 servings? Or maybe a 2-3 lb brisket? Obviously the amount will greatly affect cooking time. I used a 1.75 lb brisket, and did not alter amounts of the other 2 ingredients (figured I could use leftover jus to make French Onion Soup). Knowing it would be less cooking time than suggested, I cooked for 4 hours and the meat was well done. I wish I had stopped at 3 hrs, when I had checked the temp and it was 142, between medium rare and medium. I also topped each sandwich with provolone (sharp, fresh-sliced). Hubs went nuts for this dish, and asked to put it in our rotation. Next time I'll plan on cooking for 2.5-2.75 hrs to get it to medium rare only. Good recipe - thanks!
This is a great meal to please the man in your life! Hubby loved it, and it couldn't get any easier than throwing 3 things in a crock pot. I do suggest spooning off as much grease as you can from the sauce before serving. We used a home made onion soup mix which worked great, and smelled delicious while it was cooking! Served on whole wheat rolls this is an epic manly dinner!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Slow Cooker 3-Ingredient French Dips
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 53
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