Drip Beef

I learned to make this drip beef from my best friend Hyacinth. It's a delicious, slow-cooked concoction designed to be slapped onto a deli roll. The juices "drip" onto the bottom half of the bun, and the flavor is seriously beyond measure.

Reprinted with permission from The Pioneer Woman Cooks by Ree Drummond, William Morrow Cookbooks, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, copyright (c) 2012
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ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons minced fresh rosemary
  • 1 jar peperoncinis
  • 10 to 12 buttered, toasted deli rolls
  • 2 yellow onions, sliced and sauteed in 1 tablespoon butter until light golden brown
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Directions

Season the chuck roast with salt and pepper.

Melt the butter and canola oil in a heavy pot over high heat. Sear both sides of the chuck roast until very browned, about 5 minutes in all.

Pour in the beef broth and 1 cup water.

Add the rosemary . . .

Then pour in the peperoncinis with their juice. Now cover the pot and simmer for 4 to 5 hours, or until the meat is tender and falling apart.

Remove the roast from the pot.

Using 2 forks, shred the meat completely . . .

Then return the meat to the cooking liquid. Keep warm.

To serve, slice wedges out of the top of the deli rolls. Heap a generous portion of meat on the roll, then spoon some of the cooking liquid over the meat.

Top with a few peppers from the pot . . . And plenty of caramelized onions.

Top the sandwiches with the wedges of roll and serve to a roomful of ravenous guests. You'll win friends and influence people.

Like, totally.

Variations:
Lay thinly sliced cheese on top of the meat before adding the peppers and onions.
Serve dishes of the cooking liquid on the side for dipping.

Reprinted with permission from The Pioneer Woman Cooks by Ree Drummond, William Morrow Cookbooks, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, copyright (c) 2012

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  • on July 29, 2014

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    When my husband says, "I'll have that again!", it's a good thing. I did only a few slight alterations. NO water, just beef stock and I added about a half to tsp of Wyler's Beef Granules. (Just to kick up the beef flavor a bit and I needed a smidgeon more salt and this gave it as well.) Instead of whole peppers, I used a jar of sliced pepperoncini peppers.

    The flavor was great and nice change from the the traditional dip. I enjoy alot of her Recipes. I like a little spicy and was leery of using a jar of peppers, though glad I did. Just enough kick with out overwhelming. I loved it.

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  • on April 02, 2012

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    To die for delicious!

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  • on April 01, 2012

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    Tasty comfort food. Enjoy traditional, rustic recipes where family can gather around and create memories. I believe environment you cook in is just as important as the presentation. I love Ree. Her show is very warm and welcoming as are her recipes!

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