I have the meat crocking as we speak..but..no spices?
Just the peppers,beer and bouillon?
Imagine if my family loves them as much as the French Dips:)?
Sure to make it in their cookbook:)
Monique, let me know what you think of the "hot factor" . Sounds like something I would love to serve up north but DH is such a wimp when it comes to "heat" : (
I did make this and at the beginning..while it is cooking it is hot..(I love hot) Once cooked it wasn't so anyone worried about that don't..:)
Although this is a recipe along the lines of Ginger's French Dips.. They are such favorites of ours that the Italian ones were just so so for us.
I had un rÃ´ti franÃ§ais(is it a french roast in english? I don't know if the exact translation applies..)..It was perfectly done ,just not French Dips..
So all the rest ,I shredded and it is now a Chili..:)
Tastes great..Nachos and such ...
It could have been my cut of meat..or that our taste buds were just off..
Thanks again for the recipe:) I love trying new things..
You never know until you try! I prefer this one to the French dips so it's truly a case of different strokes for different folks. Thanks for giving the feedback!
My pleasure Ginger..One of my DD's may prefer it also..Thanks again!
Thanks Monique for the feedback and Ginger for the recipe.
Monique I believe that cut is called the eye of the round in English. Is that what you use for your French Dip?
We use whatever is a good buy for the French Dips:) Usually a Blade Roast.What do you use Sharon?
Monique I haven't made it yet but want to. I believe the original recipe calls for chuck , was just curious if round works 'cause that's whats in my freezer.
Oh Sharon hurry and make the French Dips,you don't know what you are missing! Round would be good too,it falls apart and is extremely flavorful..I caramelize onions to serve w/ and a good mustard..:) Jacques dunks.
That's it, on the menu this weekend, we will be at the cottage and it sounds like the perfect cottage food.....with poutine on the side! LOL
Don't forget your camera!
I could kick myself for waiting so long to try this oh so easy and delicious recipe! Had it all ready for a quick late nite Sunday supper then unexpected I-85 traveling company dropped by about 4. So, instead of sandwiches, I thickened the au jus and served it with the sliced roast over rice plus a veggie,dinner rolls,& dessert. Long story short...my 5# roast is gone but loved by all! Thanks, Ginger, for a great recipe!!
Glad you enjoyed it, Bama & thanks for letting me know. It almost looks too easy to be that good.