Crock Pot French Dip
|Pictured is on my hubby’s bread.|
1 1/2 lbs meat (Any cut that can slice thin. I used flank steak. You can also use pork or lamb.)
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.
- Slice onions and chop garlic cloves.
- Put stock, onions, garlic cloves, meat, and seasonings into the crock pot.
- 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.
- Remove the meat and let it rest. Add optional tapioca starch to the au jus in the crock pot to thicken it.
- Slice the meat thin. Layer meat, onions, and optional cheese on your bun. Put the au jus on the side for delicious dipping.
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