Shredded French Dip

Shredded French Dip

"A chuck roast slow-simmered in a beefy broth is delicious when shredded and spooned onto rolls. Carla Kimball of Callaway, Nebraska serves the cooking juices in individual cups for dipping."
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6 h 5 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Halve roast and place in a 3-qt. slow cooker. Combine the soup, consomme, broth and bouillon; pour over roast. Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or until meat is tender.
  2. Remove meat and shred with two forks. Serve on rolls. Skim fat from cooking juices and serve as a dipping sauce.

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I was divided between this recipe and French Dip Sandwiches by Giselle from this site so I sort of combined the two and it turned out incredible! All I added to this was 1/2 c. of soy sauce, 1 ...

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I was divided between this recipe and French Dip Sandwiches by Giselle from this site so I sort of combined the two and it turned out incredible! All I added to this was 1/2 c. of soy sauce, 1 ...

Awesome and easy recipe:) I made a roast for lunch and it was too tough so I threw it into a crockpot with all of the ingredients except the Fr.Onion condensed soup as I did not have any, so I j...

very good. make sure to use a crusty roll, I suggest lightly toasting the rolls under the broiler and melting a piece of mozzarella or provolone on top. make sure to use the au jus for dipping, ...

UPDATE! I was the first to review this recipe and thought I'd share, I didn't have time for the crockpot so I browned it and cooked it in a pressure cooker and it was still fantastic. A little ...

Yummy to the max, with a couple of substitutions I made. I subbed the consomme for red wine and used French Onion Soup from the carton, that is ready to eat. Worked wonderfully, I used a sirloin...

Easy Easy Easy and delicious French Dip. Followed directions exactly and everyone loved it. Had leftovers and fixed them this way. Julienned green peppers and onions and sauted in olive oil on...

this is AWESOME! as good as most restaurant french dips. I served it on a halved french baguette, no other changes, it was perfect!!!

this was really good. i would not recommend just putting the meat on the bread. i broiled the buns til they were toasty and then i put a slice of american cheese on it to melt. i put mayonaise a...

Yummy ! Keep in mind that it shrinks when you cook it in a slow cooker. I wish I would have bought more meat. Toasting a roll w/ butter and garlic powder and then throwing it back under the broi...

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