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Slow Cooker French Dips
This recipe for Slow Cooker French Dips couldn’t get any easier. I love an easy slow cooker meal, because I am always running late for work! And my family absolutely loves this meal for french dip sandwiches!
I start by seasoning and then browning the roast in a skillet. Add a packet of au jus mix to the slow cooker, with a cup of water, whisk it, and then set the roast in the slow cooker. Set the slow cooker to low for 8 to 10 hours. Shred the meat up, put the meat on a hoagie roll or baguette, and if you want, melt the cheese over your meat under the broiler in your oven. Make up a new batch of au jus for serving, I do not use the greasy au jus that is left in the slow cooker.
I serve these french dips on a quality french baguette from the bakery section of the store. And I also use real swiss cheese, not the american cheese type. You can switch out the swiss cheese for provolone if you prefer.