The French dip sandwich is a classic popular dish, I have never tried it before, because I always think it is also a challenge to find “good bread” (part of what makes it so delicious!) realSadly, most of the breads in the grocery store are full of unwanted additives, even if they look like they were made in the store (hint: they just bake the pre-made dough in the store and not actually make it) there) .
But thanks to Local bakery In South Charlotte, he easily agreed to my special order for whole wheat French baguettes, and we must enjoy this super simple and super delicious meal! Hey, never ask. 🙂
The best part is that I bought two baguettes for this meal and two extra for our refrigerator! The bread freezes well, and when we first cut out processed food, one thing I learned was to consider buying an extra refrigerator so that you can work hard to find or make good things (ie, locally grown meat at the farmers’ market, from scratch Start with bread, homemade soup, etc.).This makes it easier to eat real food, you can be in my Big freezer cleaning postal!
No matter what bread you use, I hope you finally try these slow-cooked French dip sandwiches, because I don’t think you will regret it!
Other dinner sandwiches you might like
Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwich
If you can find a good whole-wheat French baguette, these slow-cooked French dip sandwiches are great, but they are worth making no matter what bread you use.
Place the roast on the bottom of the slow cooker. Mix the spices together in a small bowl and rub them on the meat.
Pour beer and broth, then Low cook Until the meat can be easily chopped with a fork, 8 to 10 hours. (Be sure to keep some au jus cooking juice.)
When you are ready to serve, preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut the baguette into quarters, cut into pieces, spread a thin layer of butter, and lightly sprinkle with garlic powder.
Separate the shredded pork and pile it on half of the bread slices. Place the folded provolone slices on the meat, place all the bread (with and without meat) on the baking sheet and bake for 3 to 5 minutes until the cheese is melted.
Serve hot with au jus (cooking liquid in a slow cooker) seasoned with a little salt and pepper.
* The daily percentage value is based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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