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Roast Sandwiches with Au Jus

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This is most definitely a favorite in my house. It is easy, quick, and honestly, it’s better than any equivalent I’ve ever had in a restaurant.

Ingredients

  • 1 whole Beef Rump Roast
  • 1 can (14 Oz. Size) French Onion Soup
  • 1 can (14 Oz. Size) Beef Broth
  • 1 can (12 Oz. Size) Beer
  • 2 Tablespoons Seasoning Salt
  • 4 loaves Hoagie French Rolls
  • 8 slices Provolone Cheese (2 Slices Per Sandwich)
  • 1 stick Butter

Preparation

*Place roast into crock pot.
*Pour all 3 cans of ingredients over the roast.
*Top generously with seasoning salt.
*Let it cook on low for about 8 hours (the exact time depends on the size of the roast. The bigger it is, the longer is cooks).
*Turn oven to 200 degrees.
*Cut rolls in half and butter both halves.
*Place cheese on one of the halves of each sandwich
*Place rolls on a baking sheet and put in the oven until the cheese has warmed and the bread is somewhat crisp.
*Cut edges of fat off of roast and tear the meat apart to put on the sandwich.
*Use soup/beer mixture as au jus for dipping.

Note: My family won’t eat onions, but if yours does, you can put a few slices in a skillet with heated olive oil. Just let ‘em sit, and once the onions are transparent, they’re ready to be placed on top of the sandwich.

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morrisokmom on 10.10.2011

Yum-0 !!! My hubby loved this!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!!

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Rachael Wadsworth on 6.27.2010

I’m so glad you liked it! I can’t lie, I put more than 2 tablespoons of seasoning salt on it, but this is definitely a staple in our house!

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Regina on 6.21.2010

Rachel, this was TERRIFIC! I cooked it Saturday, let it cool then put it in the frig. Took it back out Sunday and slowly warmed it and I think it tasted better than when it was finished on Saturday evening!

My MIL who cooks a ‘mean’ roast may change her recipe since I sent sandwiches to her house!

Listen everyone….this is a no-brainer! It’s so easy and so delicious! Thanks for a great recipe, Rachel!

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Regina on 6.19.2010

I have this in the crockpot right now and I can’t wait to try it. Roasts don’t last long in this house so I’m probably going to with I had bought two! I’ll let you know what we all think!

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rfreeby on 5.10.2011

I think I am going to do roast like this from now on. Delicious and super easy!!! The sandwiches were great! I shared it with my mom and sister who are making this tomorrow. Thank you for a great staple recipe.

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girlcancook on 7.22.2010

This is a WOW recipe! We LOVED it! Definitely better than what you would get at a restaurant. Will be making this one again! I took 1/2 of it and froze it along with 1/2 of the au jus sauce so I’ll see what it tastes like in a few weeks from now. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!

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donibrinkman on 6.26.2010

WOW. Definitely better than what you would get at a restaurant. My parents called inviting me to lunch the day after and I told them to come visit me for leftovers instead. Were they ever happy about that decision. ;) And the caramelized onions on top….mmmmmmm.

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Regina on 6.21.2010

I thought I had reviewed this already! Oh well…..Rachel, this is an awesome, super easy recipe! It was loved by everyone and I know that next time I will cook 2 roasts. Sadly, there were no leftovers! Try this everyone….it’s awesome!

(sorry I didn’t get a picture)!

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