Slow Cooker Italian Beef


Slow Cooker Italian Beef


Slow Cooker Italian Beef
Slow Cooker Italian Beef

Dinner recipes have never been easier than this recipe for Slow Cooker Italian Beef! It uses only a beef roast and the tangy spice of pepperoncinis for a flavorful dish with just the right amount of heat. That's right - only two ingredients!  After the beef becomes tender, just pile it onto a soft bun and top with melty cheese for an easy dinner. For a healthy lunch, place it on top of bed of mixed green salad and pair it with nice balsamic vinaigrette. Either way you plate it, this Italian beef recipe is sure to become a household staple!

Yields10 Sandwiches

Preparation Time5 min

Slow Cooker Time HIGH6 hr

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I really love that you give directions to make this dish two different ways. Is that really all there is to the dish, no salt or pepper or garlic even? I can't believe how simple this recipe is to make. I mean I can leave my teen in charge if I wanted and be confident in the dish when I came home. I love recipes like this one.

Hi SissieSass, since this recipe uses the brine from a jar of pepperoncini, it should be plenty of seasoning. Enjoy! - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes

Yes, Italian beef in the slow cooker is a great thing! I didn't know you could make it as simply as adding a jar of pepperoncini. I am making this on Sunday for football day. My family enjoys Italian beef with baked beans and pasta salad. My Sunday meal is planned.

I did not know you could make Italian beef in the slow cooker. My life has been forever changed. I know what I'm making this weekend!

Wow! You couldn't have asked for an easier way to make Italian beef. Definitely going to give this a go soon!

I love Italian beef and pepperoncini's. Italian beef sandwiches are aplenty in the Chicago area, but I like making them myself. This is such an amazingly easy recipe. We like to make enough beef to have sandwiches the first night and serve the leftovers over mashed potatoes the next night.

Dinner certainly couldn't be easier than this two ingredient recipe. I have been using pepperoncini peppers in various salads, and I expect their tangy flavor will be a good addition to beef. You can add grated cheese at the end or leave it out, depending on your dietary preference.

I've been craving Italian beef lately, and this slow cooker recipe looks like the one to try.

Here in the south we add a packet of dry Ranch dressing and an envelope of au jus mix for Mississippi roast either way this is one great roast recipe!


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