Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Pretty Dang {FABULOUS} Recipe

I don't post recipes often cause I feel that there are such fabulous cooks out there that I have nothing to offer.
BUT
This is the yummiest recipe I've ever had.
I've never made French Dip, but I did it on Sunday and it was so good I am making it again today!


Best French Dip Evah!
1 rump roast (mine was about 3-4 pounds)
1 package au jus
1 package of manwich sauce (just the dry stuff)
3-4 C water

Put in crock pot on low for 6-8 hours.
Serve with a Bullio or hard roll.
It was so easy! So tasty! I felt like Martha Stewart or Ree (aka Pioneer Woman)

Give it a try. Hope you like it.

17 comments:

Mary Z said...

I have been making that recipe for years. Here is how I make them even better. I saute mushrooms and onions to put on them. I put swiss cheese on them. Yummy!

Julie Harward said...

Oh wow...easy and delicious..my kind of recipe! :D

rad6 said...

oooo that sounds yummy... good hot easy mel for the cold weather too.

Kimmie said...

YUMMY!! Thanks for sharing as I am not good at cooking with roasts and so this looks wonderful to try out. (other than just cooking in the crock pot, making enchiladas with it, sandwiches for lunch and then soup).

Tracy LOVES French Dip sandwiches...if they have French Dip on any menu, he is trying it. Sad that I have never made this for him. Mary Z's suggestion sound delicious as well.

Looks like I'm going to have a happy man when I fix this yummyness for him. Thanks for sharing.

Hope you're enjoying the sunshine. It's been a gorgeous day!

Connie said...

Is that picture a picture of your french dip because if it is, wow! The recipe sounds yummy. I've never tried the dry manwich. I get to try something new!
Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Valerie said...

I love French Dip Sandwiches, they are one of my favorites...but I've never found a recipe I love, so I am excited to try this! Thanks!!! :)

Laura said...

Yum. I love a good French dip. Next time I've got a hankerin' for one I'll know where to look for the recipe!

Sherrie said...

Mmmmm I LOVE a good French Dip. Will give it a try. Thanks for sharing. Oh and, please share more recipes. You might not think you have anything great to share, but I always love trying out new ones.

Tara said...

Looks yummy! Have you ever had White Chicken Chili? I made that Sunday... well really it was 11 pm Saturday night, but we ate it Sunday with some cornbread. It was really good. Your background is super cute too! :-)

Ann Marie said...

I LOVE your background! So cute!!

I love that this is SIMPLE too!
We like the crockpot here.. :)

I have never heard of dry manwich.. I will have to look for it! Maybe we'll have this during the week? Thanks for sharing!!

Small House said...

WONDERFUL...Thanks for sharing. I love something that is EASY, can be put in the crock pot, and eaten when we get home in the evening and YUMMY!!!

Thanks for sharing.
Sandra

gigi said...

What do you mean by "you feel that there are such fabulous cooks out there that I have nothing to offer?" Didn't you know you were the "Queen of Chocolate?!?!" I just know you are a wealth of knowledge when it comes to cooking, you've just got to be, you know, as talented as you are :)
Share more please.
I have never made this recipe and I can;t wait to give it a try, thank you!

Cherie said...

What A Dip!!!!

And I mean that in the kindest way - LOL!!
That looks easy and Yummy!!

Yvonne said...

I love recipes like this (aka EASY) Thanks.

Mikki said...

Mmmmm! I love French Dip! I'll have to try it!

Valerie said...

It can't get any easier than this, can it??


I'm interested in this Ask-a-Nurse post. Cool idea!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and even leaving a comment!

kado! said...

Everything comes out wonderful in a crock-pot! I LOVE that little machine!!!