Friday, February 13

MAKE IT: French Dip Sandwiches

Ah the French Dip, a classic sandwich which is equally simple and flavorful. This beautiful sandwich can easily be made in your home with just a slow cooker and a few ingredients. This classic recipe can be made traditionally using beef or my favorite twist using pork. Making this perfect for football Sundays, brunches, or family gathering!

Full time 7 1/2 hours
Serves 6-8

The needs-

5 lb. trimmed pork roast or rump roast
2 cup beef stock
1 1/2 cup ginger ale 
1 packet or batch onion soup mix. Mine recipe available at: 

For serving:
French Rolls, warmed slightly
Butter, softened

The know-

In a slow cooker place roast.

Add in beef stock and ginger ale.

Top with onion soup mix.

Cook on low for 7 hours.

Gently remove roast from slow cooker and slice meat thinly.

Run contents of slow cooker through a fine strainer to retain juices only.

Pour into easy dipping bowl.

For serving, lightly butter rolls and place a small pile of meat onto each bottom.

Top with lightly buttered top of roll and serve with a dipping bowl of juices.