Crock Pot Italian Beef Sliders

Roast Beef Sliders

I have a category in my computer recipe database that is titled “Finds Of The Century.” In that category I place recipes that I crown as big time “finds.” Recipes you can’t wait to serve to friends, recipes that explode with flavor, recipes that make your eyes roll. In that folder you’ll find things like Beef Carbonnade, Ham Hash with eggs in Mustard Cream Sauce, Turkish Fries, Buffalo Dick’s Award Winning White Bean Chili, Pappas Brother’s Shrimp Remoulade….yup, “finds of the century.”

It’s been probably a year since I’ve added anything to this exclusive category and I’m here to announce that this recipe for Crock Pot Italian Beef Sliders has joined the elite.

I found the recipe over at Cook Eat Share, which I am a member. Cook Eat Share is a community that bills it’s self as “The World’s Largest Kitchen.” Members are bloggers, home cooks, chefs…it’s for anyone who likes to find and share recipes. It’s easy to join and once you agree to add their logo to your sidebar, your published recipes automatically upload to their site. Easy! And I get some pretty decent traffic from the site.

Italian Roast Beef Sandwich

An easy recipe to assemble, just place a roast in the crock pot, cover with sliced onion and garlic, some spices and some Wishbone Italian Dressing and you come home to a savory smelling kitchen and a delicious sandwich for dinner. Every time I heated this up for leftovers, I’d shake a little more of that Wishbone Dressing to moisten up the beef before heating. These sandwiches were wonderful all dressed up with lettuce, bell peppers and onions. But were just as good warmed and plain on a bun. Let’s take a look.

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Crock Pot Italian Beef Sliders
 
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Recipe type: Burgers
Cuisine: American
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 4-5 lbs. brisket flat or rump roast
  • 1 cup Italian dressing like Wishbone
  • 1 t. each basil, parsley, and oregano, or 1 tsp. fresh
  • 1 onion, sliced
  • 3-4 cloves garlic, or 1½ tsp. powder
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 can beef broth
  • for the sandwiches: sliced red bell peppers. red onion slices, lettuce, tomato, cheese slices, mayo or use au jus
Instructions
  1. Place all the ingredients in a crock pot and cook on high for 2 hours, turn to low and cook all day. Beef is ready when it easily shreads with a fork. To prepare sandwiches, place meat on buns, top with sliced red bell peppers, onion slices, lettuce. tomato, cheese, mayo or use au jus.

Crock Pot Italian Beef Sliders…It’s What’s for Dinner.

 

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  1. says

    Did you follow Buffalo Dick, Lea Ann? I really miss him! And his chili and bbq recipes were fantastic.
    I think one of my biggest errors was when I gave my crock pot away. I stare at the slow cookers in Williams Sonoma, but now that I don’t cook for lots of family, I can’t justify the expense. This looks marvelous…and I imagine I can do it on stovetop…just have to be there to watch it. If you say it’s a “find”, it is!

  2. says

    You sure have posted some good stuff from Germany. Your Italian beef looks delicious and what a bonus that it’s so easy. I really like it but haven’t made it in a few years – this post may inspire me to change that – especially the top photo.

  3. says

    Since having a baby, I’ve become close friends with my crock pot. I can’t wait to make this recipe! We love sliders of all forms and this looks so easy and delicious!

  4. says

    I adore the crockpot Italian sandwiches (an Illinois standard), I never thought to recreate them as a slider. Guess whats on my menu next get together!

    BTW, my site has been totally revamped, stop by, I’m doing a giveaway that I think you’ll love!

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