Yum...spicy...goodness. Click the link for the recipe. Add black beans or diced tomatoes for a chunkier soup. I had the neighborhood gals over because all our husbands are away training for deployment. I made this white wine sangria as a special treat.
Let me just say, if you do not follow the Chef In Training blog, please stop. go to the website. bookmark it. or pin it. or RSS Feed it. This girl is all about home-cookin'. Love that! And her pictures are awesome. My husband came home (from training) Tuesday night so I wanted a filling meaty meal. It was soooo goood. If you only make one meal from this post, then let it be this one!
This was the side:
Italian Beef Recipe (adapted from the Crockin' Girls Cookbook)
1 sirloin tip roast (size depends on the amount of people you serve)
1 package of Italian dressing seasoning
1 (12 ounce) can beer
1 jar pepperocinis
Place roast in the slow-cooker. Pour beer over roast and sprinkle with Italian dressing seasoning. Pour in pepperocini juice and add peppers as desired. Cook on LOW for 8-10 hours. Remove beef from slow-cooker and let rest for 15 minutes. Shred beef and put back in liquid. Serve alone or on french bread with provolone cheese. I made panini style sandwiches which were a hit.
Who thought a slow-cooker could make such delicious meals? You can find all these recipes pinned on my Pinterest board...my name is semperfifamily. I love followers. It makes me feel like I have purpose when surfing through a million blogs.
Have a great Labor Day Weekend everyone!