A crockpot recipe? On the week of Thanksgiving? Yes. Why? Because we know how busy we are, and I'm sure you are gonna be baking and cooking for the big day, so we wanted the first of the week to have an easy recipe. And what's more easy than throwing stuff in the crockpot and forgetting about it for the rest of the day. I LOVE IT! I chose to do one of my family's favorite. French Dips. Simple ingredients and awesome results.
Here's the recipe~
Crockpot French Dips
4 lb. rump roast
12 oz. can of beer :o)
10.5 oz can beef broth
10.5 oz can french onion soup
6 of your favorite hoagie rolls
Trim excess fat from the rump roast, and place in a slow cooker. Add the beef broth, onion soup and beer. Cook on Low setting for 7 hours. When you are about ready to eat, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut hoagies in half and butter and bake until starts to get a little crisp. Top with cheese and leave it in til it's good and melty. Slice or shred your meat and place on hoagies, and serve with the Au Jus in the crockpot for dipping. DELISH! Perfect with some potato chips, or homemade fries.
And I can't close my post without wishing my beautiful daughter a HAPPY HAPPY 11th Birthday. Ugh! I can't believe I have an 11 year old. So happy she is mine. :o) Love you, my Justy!
Yes! I need easy right now. I have a huge to do list this week and all the other everyday stuff needs to have easy written all over it. I love crockpot recipes. Every time I make one I wonder why I don't do these more often. EASY! I made a new recipe for ribs and they turned out very tasty. A recipe to keep for sure.
Santa Fe Country Style Ribs
2 lb. boneless country-style pork ribs
1/2 t. salt
3/4 cup Salsa (I used a thick and chunky medium, we like spice)
3/4 cup Chili Sauce
1 t. ground cumin
1/4 t. ground red cayenne pepper (I used a sprinkle or two, not too much for the kids' sake)
2 Tbls. tomato paste
Spray your crockpot with cooking spray. In the cooker place ribs and sprinkle with salt. In small bowl, mix salsa, chili sauce, cumin, and red pepper. Pour over ribs.
Cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours.
Remove ribs from cooker. (I used a slotted spoon because they were so tender.) Into a 2 cup measuring cup, pour 1 cup cooking juices from the cooker. Stir in 2 Tbls. of your tomato paste. Spoon over ribs and reserve some for extra sauce at the table.
We had these with mashed potatoes, green beans, and a bread. Yum!
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Happy Birthday Justy! We sure love you. I remember the day you were born. Eeek. It was a crazy experience. So glad you made it. Have a great day!
Source: Pillsbury Slow Cooker