Pressure Cooker French Dip Sandwiches
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 1-1/4 hours + releasing
Pretty disappointing with the spice options. Gives it a very unique and unpleasant taste. Meat is fall apart tender of course , but I would not follow this recipe again. I’m going to try making a different Au Jus and see if I can save this vs wasting food. Not recommended
Didn't like the herbs and spices in tis
Excellent! Followed the recipe as presented and it turned out great! The dipping juices were excellent. The meat was tender. The recipe was very easy to follow!
I made this last week. I prepared it exactly by the recipe. Turned out great, super tender. You do end up with alot of dipping broth, enough that you could use it in another recipe it is loaded with flavor. The sauce is also great to use when you reheat the chuck roast. After the broth cools in the refrigerator, just skim off the fat and all you are left with is pure culinary moonshine
I made this in a slow cooker today, used a bottom round roast. Worked great! The herby flavors shine through. Served it on rolls that I spread with garlic butter and broiled, then piled with shredded beef and smoked gouda cheese. SO good!
Use the juices left in the pressure cooker for the dipping broth.
How do you make the broth for the dip?
Try a crock pot. I make country style boneless pork ribs in Woody's cookin sauce that pull apart with a fork this way. UMMM, good!
Would love to make this but don't have a pressure cooker. Is there an alternate method?
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