Slow Cooker French Dip Recipe

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This is a super easy way to make a very tender and tasty french dip sandwich. Cook it overnight for lunch or all day for dinner and you have a great cold weather meal. I added a salad and sweet potato fries as sides and we enjoyed a great meal.

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Servings: 8 servings
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Ingredients

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  • 4 lbs beef roast (chuck, sirloin or rump)
  • 2 cans Campbells french onion soup
  • 2 cans Campbells consomme
  • 1 bottle or can Guinness beer (or another dark beer)
  • 2 Tlbs kitchen bouquet
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • sliced mushrooms, optional
  • 8 french rolls
  • butter, softened
  • mozzarella cheese, grated (optional)

Directions

  1. Place roast in slow cooker
  2. Add consomme, soup, beer, kitchen bouquet, garlic and onion powders, pepper and sliced mushrooms.
  3. Cook on high for 7 hours.
  4. Take meat out an hour or so before serving and slice against the grain. Put meat back into the slow cooker to absorb the juices.
  5. Preheat oven 350 degrees.
  6. Open rolls up on baking sheet and spread with butter or top with grated cheese.
  7. Bake for 10 minutes or until heated and crunchy on the outside.
  8. Fill heated rolls with meat.
  9. Dish sauce into individual bowls.
  10. Dip sandwiches into jus and enjoy!

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Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving %DV
Serving Size 469g
Recipe makes 8 servings
Calories 593  
Calories from Fat 237 40%
Total Fat 26.36g 33%
Saturated Fat 9.26g 37%
Trans Fat 0.0g  
Cholesterol 124mg 41%
Sodium 1972mg 82%
Potassium 638mg 18%
Total Carbs 26.41g 7%
Dietary Fiber 2.3g 8%
Sugars 5.04g 3%
Protein 58.92g 94%
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Reviews

  • John Spottiswood
    I'm sort of a health nut now, so french bread and beef are not my normal fare. But this recipe is just SO GOOD! I haven't had a French Dip in years, and this is the best I can remember. Give it a try when you feel like transgressing. Everyone in our family loved it...even the baby!
    I've cooked/tasted this recipe!
    • Patricia Hawkes
      Kids loved it and very easy to make...never really used crockpot before but this dish opened a whole new world!
      I've cooked/tasted this recipe!
      • Natasha R Wilkins
        My family and I have been searching for a recipe for french dips, and it looks like our search is over. This is great and it made for a great 4th of July meal. I made some simple modifications, my husband is allergic to beer so I omitted that, and it still turned out wonderful.
        I've cooked/tasted this recipe!
        This is a variation
        • Justine
          Very tasty! I did not add mushrooms but still tasted great! The only problem I had was slicing the meat. It was so tender that it just fell apart and I wasn't able to slice it thin.
          I've cooked/tasted this recipe!
          • Cara
            This was soooo tasty and the meat was oh so tender! My kids loved it too and I look forward to making it again!
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            Comments

            • ShaleeDP
              May 25, 2013
              This looks very good. I may try this one day myself.
              • Laura Warnke
                October 14, 2011
                I have made french dip sandwiches in the crockpot before and they are a family favorite. The addition of beer and mushrooms in your recipe is quite interesting. Might have to try it this way next time I make it.
                • Jason Freund
                  March 31, 2011
                  ...adding slow cooker to my wish list, right under "bigger kitchen"
                  • Nancy Miyasaki
                    October 12, 2009
                    Hi Jason,

                    Just noticed your question. My slow cooker (crock pot) has a low and a high setting and I usually use it on high until the meat is tender and turn it down if need be. This is a great recipe so I hope you'll try it!

                    • Jason Freund
                      August 2, 2009
                      What does "cook on high" mean? Does the meat go in a dutch oven on the stove and boil on high for 7 hours?
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