Game Day Provisions: Game Day Italian Dip Sliders


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The Technique

Game Day Italian Dip Sliders 

Tailgating with friends in your home offers an array of opportunities to enjoy fan-favorite foods beyond grilled & smoked specialties or cold foods that can be tucked into a cooler. Slow cookers are entertaining MVP’s as they not only tend to the actual cooking while being a hands-free resource but they keep items hot for hours so folks can mingle about, chat & watch the game while grazing on your delicious home cooked specialties. When big appetites come into play, Game Day Italian Dip Sliders fit the bill. The recipe sports all sorts of delectable yummies we just can’t seem to get enough of. Slow roasted beef seasoned with the convenience of a package of salad dressing mix, pungent pepperoncinis & zippy crushed red pepper flakes make this a crowd pleasing winner. Be certain to have a look at The Tailgaters Quick Reference Slow Cooker Guide for additional pointers for breezy entertaining.

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makes 2 dozen

The Basic Fundamentals

The roast & onions can be served in larger submarine sandwich rolls for heartier appetites.

3 large sweet onions, sliced
1 {0.6-oz} packet of zesty Italian dressing mix
1 tsp dried oregano
1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
1 {2 1/2 lb} chuck roast, trimmed
4 bay leaves
1 {16-oz} jar sliced pepperoncini peppers, divided
1/2 cup beef broth
2 dozen slider buns, split
6 Provolone cheese slices, quartered
Garnish: Parsley

Place the onions in the bottom of a lightly greased 6-qt crock of a slow cooker. Combine the dressing mix, the oregano & the red pepper flakes. Rub the seasonings onto both sides of the roast & place over the onions in the crock. Top the roast with the bay leaves & half of the jar of peppers. Pour all of the liquid from the peppers & the beef broth over the roast. Place the crock into the base of the slow cooker and cover with the lid. Cook on LOW for 9 to 10 hours or until the meat shreds easily with a fork. Discard the bay leaves.

Place the bottom of the buns on foil-lined half sheet pans. Top with the beef & onion mixture & the cheese. Broil 1 to 2 minutes or until the cheese melts. Sprinkle with the reserved pepperoncini peppers & parsley. Cover with the roll tops. Serve with the au jus.

The Extra Point

The roast makes a wonderful weeknight supper. Serve with mashed potatoes & a green salad for an effortless winning meal the whole gang will love.

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How To Slice Onions

Brown or yellow onions tend to absorb moisture which in turn can cause them to mold or sprout. The onions will last longer if they are placed in mesh bags or open storage bins so the skin remains tight. When comparing them to a Yellow Granex Onion, the brown onion is stronger in flavor whilst the other more sweet. Both are good choices in order to prepare this recipe.

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Brown or yellow onions should be stored in a cool, dark location & have a shelf life of approximately one to two months. They are wonderful when sliced, breaded & deep fried for crisp Buttermilk Onion Rings. For this application, slice a small piece of the onion away from the side to create a flat surface then place it on a cutting board. Using a freshly sharpened chef knife, thinly slice the vegetable into rings.

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