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These French Dip Sliders are absolutely delicious! Super easy to make, only 5 ingredients and they will disappear as quick as you make them! I made these two ways, one you can prepare in advance and on you can enjoy right out of the oven! You will want to run out and get the ingredients for this recipe today. Perfect to enjoy on game day.

1 (2- 2.5 lb) Boneless Chuck Roast
1  (10.5 ounce ) can of Beef Broth
1 (10.5 ounce)  can of French Onion Soup Condensed
12 Hawaiian Rolls
1 package of Provolone Cheese




Cook roast with beef broth and french soup in crock pot for 8-10 hours on low, or 5-7 hours on high. I cooked mine until it was easy to shred. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut rolls and add your roast and cheese. Put in oven for 10 minutes or until cheese is melted.


Serve by dipping in Au Jus Gravy made from the roast. Another way to make them is to put them all in the oven and spoon Au Jus Gravy over the rolls and bake for 15-20 minutes until they have soaked up the gravy. Either way is wonderful! Enjoy! This recipe made 16 rolls. Depends on how much roast you use on each roll.

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  1. Do you braise the beef prior to putting in slow cooker?

  2. When you say French Soup Condensed? Do you mean French Onion Soup condensed? Also, the dipping gravy, is that just from the drippings of the roast? Or do You have a recipe just for the dipping Au Jus Gravy? PLEASE SHARE IF YOU HAVE A RECIPE IF YOU DO?

    • The Southern Lady says:

      Yes, Jessica, you are correct it is French Onion Soup Condensed and no I didn’t make a separate Au Jus Gravy the stock and soup from the roast was perfect for dipping.

  3. Thank you

  4. This recipe sounds great. I’m in The Netherlands and could use a bit more information. Please tell me how many oz. of beef broth and soup should I use. Thank you,

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