Slow Cooker Shredded Beef Sandwiches

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Here’s a quick, easy & delicious sandwich recipe that can be served a variety of ways. My favorite way to serve this sandwich is a drip beef sandwich……toasted bun, lots of sliced peppers, melted cheese & a big side of au jus for dunking.

What you need;

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2 pound chuck roast
1 can beef broth
1 pkt Italian dressing mix
1 pkt onion soup mix
1 jar peperoncini peppers
Sandwich rolls
Sliced cheese

How to make;

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Put roast in the slow cooker and pour in the can of beef broth, next sprinkle the dressing and onion soup mix over the roast. Pour the jar of peppers over the roast, including the juice. Cook on low for 8 hours. After 8 hours remove the roast, pull off any fat & shred the meat. It will fall apart. Strain the juice from the slow cooker over a bowl. Skim the fat from the juice and keep warm. Slice the peppers if desired and add to the shredded meat. Fill toasted sandwich rolls with the shredded meat, top with your favorite cheese and broil for about 1 minute until the cheese is melted. Serve with the warm au jus for dunking. Enjoy!

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I decided to start a blog because I am a natural “sharer”. I love to share ideas, recipes, thoughts and opinions with everyone I know. I am a working mother with two busy toddlers. I enjoy finding ways to save money and be thrifty. I’m a coupon clipper, sale shopper and DIY enthusiast. I love to cook, decorate, craft and try new things. I'm a Pinterest addict! I love to make homemade gifts and I make and sell Infinity Scarves in my Etsy Store. I recently started a new business, I partnered with two world renowned Doctor's to help people achieve the best skin of their life. I’m just a regular gal who enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, cooking, decorating, crafting, helping people and trying new things. I hope you enjoy my blog and maybe pick up a few tips or learn something new. You never know when “simple” can turn into “something”.

10 responses »

  1. Yum! I think this is the same recipe my sister made during my last visit in St. Louis 2 yrs. ago? Looks like it and it was yummy! Hope you are feeling well! Anxiously awaiting news 🙂 xoxo

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  2. This looks so yummy!! What kind of rolls do you normally buy for this? I usually purchase broth in the quart-sized tetra-paks, so I’m wondering how many ounces are in your can of broth?

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