Recipe: Crock Pot French Dip On Homemade Chebe Buns

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Crock Pot French Dip
{gluten/dairy/soy/corn/potato/tomato/egg free}

crock pot french dip
Pictured is on my hubby’s bread.

French dip, to me, is like a onion soup with meat on a sandwich. The au jus tasted exactly like onion soup and it was delicious.

crock pot french dip
Chebe Bun

1 1/2 lbs meat (Any cut that can slice thin. I used flank steak. You can also use pork or lamb.)
2 onions
2 cups of stock or broth (I used homemade veggie stock.)
3 cloves of garlic
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1/2 tablespoon black pepper
1/2 tablespoon cumin (optional)
1/4 tablespoon mustard powder (optional)
3 tablespoons tapioca starch (optional)
Cheese slices (optional) – Most kinds will go well with it. I used unpasteurized colby.
Buns – I made buns using Chebe All Purpose Bread Mix.

Making It:

  1. Slice onions and chop garlic cloves.
  2. Put stock, onions, garlic cloves, meat, and seasonings into the crock pot.
  3. To be completely honest, I have no idea how long to cook it for. Mine was done cooking after 1 1/2 hours on the medium heat setting, but my crock pot cooks REALLY fast. It’s always done in less than half of the time a recipe says to cook something for. I would recommend cooking it on low for a few hours. The reason I recommend low is so that the flavors have time to develop and seep into the meat.
  4. Remove the meat and let it rest. Add optional tapioca starch to the au jus in the crock pot to thicken it.
  5. Slice the meat thin. Layer meat, onions, and optional cheese on your bun. Put the au jus on the side for delicious dipping.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored review. Please note that the opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced by outside sources of any kind. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers. Please practice due diligence in making any related purchase decisions.

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