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italian drip beed sandwich recipeTomorrow is the big day.  Super Bowl Sunday grubbing.  I cannot wait.  This recipe, from The Pioneer Woman, is a perfect thing for your football watching extravaganza.  I have made this many, many times.  It never fails to be moist and tender and crazy easy to make.  5 ingredients.  That is it.  Can you pour?  Can you put a big slab of beef into a pot?  Then you can make this.  This needs to be made the day before you are going to eat it.  The flavors hang out and become friends.  Really, really good friends.

The meat just falls apart.  You use a fork and it shreds all on its own.  Toast some sub rolls and grab some slices of cheese.  I really like the spicy pepper jack with this, but use whatever you have around.  The sandwich of your dreams.

Speaking of The Pioneer Woman, she has a new book out.  It is adorable and will make you fall in love all over again.

italian drip beed sandwich recipe chuck roast (mine was about 4 pounds)
pepperoncini
beef consomme or beef broth
Italian seasoning
salt

sub rolls
provolone cheese or pepper jack cheese

italian drip beef sandwiches recipeGrab yourself a big pot (one that can go in the oven) and put the chuck roast in it.  Cover it with 4 tablespoons or so of Italian seasoning.

italian drip beef sandwiches recipeCover the chuck roast with beef consomme and a half cup of water.

italian drip beef sandwiches recipePut half the jar of pepperoncini on top.  Pour out some the juice from the peppers as well.  Season with salt.

italian drip beef sandwich recipe(I know that it does not look very appetizing right now, but I promise you it is delicious.)  Cover the pot and cook for 5 to 6 hours in a 275 degree oven.  (You can also cook this in the slow cooker or slowly simmered on the stove).  The beef should be falling apart.  If it isn’t, keep cooking it until it does.  When the beef is done, cool it down and put it in the fridge overnight.  The fat will harden and skim it from the top.

italian drip beef sandwich recipePut the pot on the stove and heat on low to medium to heat through.  If you need to, add more beef broth or water and add more liquid.

italian drip beef sandwich recipeToast a sub roll.

italian drip beef sandwich recipeCover the toasted roll with the shredded beef and a few peppers.

italian drip beef sandwich recipeCover with a few slices of cheese.

italian drip beef sandwich recipePut the sandwich under the broiler until the cheese melts.

italian drip beef sandwich recipeHow good does this look?  Serve with some of the cooking liquid on the side for dipping.

Italian Drip Beef Sandwiches

Ingredients

  • chuck roast (mine was about 4 pounds)
  • pepperoncini
  • beef consomme or beef broth
  • Italian seasoning
  • salt
  • sub rolls
  • provolone cheese or pepper jack cheese

Instructions

  1. Grab yourself a big pot (one that can go in the oven) and put the chuck roast in it. Cover it with 4 tablespoons or so of Italian seasoning.
  2. Cover the chuck roast with beef consomme and a half cup of water.
  3. Put half the jar of pepperoncini on top. Pour out some the juice from the peppers as well. Season with salt.
  4. Cover the pot and cook for 5 to 6 hours in a 275 degree oven. (You can also cook this in the slow cooker or slowly simmered on the stove). The beef should be falling apart. If it isn’t, keep cooking it until it does. When the beef is done, cool it down and put it in the fridge overnight. The fat will harden and skim it from the top.
  5. Put the pot on the stove and heat on low to medium to heat through. If you need to, add more beef broth or water and add more liquid.
  6. Toast a sub roll.
  7. Cover the toasted roll with the shredded beef and a few peppers.
  8. Cover with a few slices of cheese.
  9. Put the sandwich under the broiler until the cheese melts.
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40 Responses to Italian Drip Beef Sandwiches

  1. Shandi says:

    hmmmmmm I was going to make taco soup in my crock pot for tomorrow but now I want to make this instead as my main dish hmmmmmm decisions decisions! I can’t decide!!!

  2. Megan says:

    We tried this recipe too a little while ago. I love how easy it is and it was delicious! It was a bit spicy for my family, but I think that’s because we’re pretty wimpy when it comes to spicy stuff. It was still very yummy!
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  3. Beverly says:

    This is a family favorite that I make in the crockpot. I also like to toss in a chopped onion and some mushrooms:-) I’ve also been known to take the leftovers and give them second life by adding carrots and potatoes to make a stew. Delicious!
    Beverly recently posted..Breakfast chile relleno casserole

  4. Leslie says:

    I’ve seen these on her site. You’ve convinced me I should make these! I am new to your site and I am obsessed!! Making 2 or 3 of your recipes today!!!
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  5. Natalie says:

    I make something very similar to this! I call it brisket tacos though! I put a jar of the peppers, 1 dry packet of italian seasoning, 4 beef bullion cubes, onion, and some water in a crock pot. I serve it on tortillas. It’s very very yummy!
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  6. Amy says:

    I’m not a fan of pepperoncinis, but it looks like they might be good if i just didn’t add any to the sandwich itself. But really I wanted to say how much I love your site! When I’m googling for recipe ideas, it seems like I consistently end up back here and everything I’ve made has been great. You’re definitely my go-to site for a recipe that I can count on to turn out well the first time I make it. Over the holidays I had to host a party for ~75 people and used 5 or 6 of your recipes- each one turned out great and I had a lot of requests for the recipes. Keep up the great work :)

  7. Darcie says:

    My husband is going to flip. Thanks, Bree!!

  8. this looks awesome!! i love now you press the sandwich.
    Mary (Sisters Running the Kitchen) recently posted..Lose Your Fear of Lifting

  9. Sarah says:

    How were they? I will have to try these out soon.
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  10. I love Sandwiches and it’s really looking delicious, can’t wait to try it myself.
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  11. Susan says:

    This recipe is delicious and EASY! Perfect for me! I’m not a great cook-just not one of my my better attributes! In fact, if you would like a laugh, take a look at my lateset cooking mess! I’d love some suggestions!

  12. Laura says:

    I Wow this looks amazing and it is cooked in the Crockpot. Life is good. Thanks for the recipe.
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  13. Desi says:

    OMG these look amazing! I really hope to make this!
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  14. Angie says:

    Hi!! Love the site!! I was going to make this tonight for guests, not realizing that I should refrigerate it overnight!! Oops… Do you think it’d be okay if I don’t refrigerate it??

    • bakedbree says:

      I sent you an email, but it should be fine. Just make sure to skim off as much fat as you can.

      • Angie says:

        Thanks Bree!! I changed my game plan and saved this for the next day!! I’m so glad I did! There is no way I would’ve skimmed as much fat!! A VITAL step in the process!! It was a lovely meal!! And SO looking forward to leftovers!!

  15. Annemarie Frost says:

    Thanks for this! I just ran to the grocery to pick up everything and tossed it all the crock pot! I was searching for something to make for a group tomorrow and this should be great!!!

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  17. Tiffany says:

    These look so yummy– how many grown ups do you think the 4lbs feeds? Don’t want to overcrowd my pot– but need to feed 7 adults and 4 kids

  18. I must say I am very very curious to try this recipe out. Although being a true Chicago Italian Beef fan, this might not be my style. But I will test it out and come back and post my thoughts. I am a bree fan, but this might take away from something I am too involved in, as I am a true ItalianBeef.com fan.

    Thanks again!!!!
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