Pin a Day: Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches

On Friday, I had a chance to try out another new recipe.  I picked Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches.  This was an excellent choice.  Mike and I really enjoyed these and I always love a slow cooker recipe.  I coated the roast in my favorite Salt Lick rub and browned it on both sides in my cast iron braiser. While it was browning, I mixed up the spices and liquids to add to the crockpot.  I put it all in on high for about 5-6 hours to let it cook.  After I picked Mike up from work, I fixed a salad, cooked some tater tots, and shredded the roast.  It practically fell apart as I was shredding it.  I cut some rolls and found some sliced havarti cheese in the fridge and dinner was ready.  The meat was juicy and tender and the creamy havarti melted great on the sandwich.  I really liked this sandwich and as a rare bonus, I followed the directions, and do not need to make any changes in the future.