French Dip Sandwiches

French Dip Sandwiches

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"Beef chuck roast gives this classic sandwich and its rich broth a hearty flavor. Add a crusty roll and you have a filling meal. This is also a great 'do-ahead' recipe that can be prepared several days before serving."
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1 h 20 m servings
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  1. Place roast on a rack in a pressure cooker; sprinkle with oregano, rosemary, seasoned salt and pepper. Add broth, bay leaf and garlic. Close cover securely; place pressure regulator on vent pipe.
  2. Bring cooker to full pressure over high heat. Reduce heat to medium-high and cook for 1 hour. (Pressure regulator should maintain a slow steady rocking motion; adjust heat if needed.)
  3. Remove from the heat. Immediately cool according to manufacturer's directions until pressure is completely reduced. remove beef; shred with two forks. Discard bay leaf and garlic from broth. Serve shredded beef on French bread with broth for dipping.

Footnotes

  • This recipe was tested at 10/13/15 pounds of pressure (psi).

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This is one for my files! I followed the recipe exactly and served the shredded beef on french rolls. I strained the juices to remove the fat (I used an ingenius method of placing thick papert...

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This was just average for us... a little bland and a little chewy. My family still happily ate it though but I might try a different recipe next time.

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This is one for my files! I followed the recipe exactly and served the shredded beef on french rolls. I strained the juices to remove the fat (I used an ingenius method of placing thick papert...

I made this in the slow cooker by turning it on low for the day. It came out great!

I had the full "crew" home for Christmas and this was our day after Christmas lunch. Whenever you're cooking for others you always hope it will go over well, particularly if it's a recipe you'v...

I don't have a pressure cooker, but this works just as well in a crockpot. I love recipes where there is minimal preparation in the morning and dinner is ready when you get home in the evening. ...

This was excellent, my family loved it. It made a cheap cut of meat like chuck taste like a much more expensive cut. The more I use this new pressure cooker the more I like it.

Really yummy!! I left out the bay leaf (didn't have any) and added a package of beefy onion dry soup mix. It's absolutely fabulous!

Great recipe. I only made some very minor alterations. 1.) I used a small crock pot, because I don't have a pressure cooker. I cooked it approx. 8 1/2 hours on low. Came out great, very ten...

Just started using a pressure cooker and found this recipe. It is very easy and much quicker than a crock pot.YUMMY!!

I too used my slow cooker for this recipe and replaced one cup of the broth with beer. Toward the end of cooking I tasted and felt it needed more pizazz so added in some soy sauce, worcestershir...

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