i got this recipe a few years ago from my sister alice and it's quickly become a staple in our house. it's so easy and sooo good. let's get started. you'll need a sirloin steak (this package had 2 in it, i thought it was just one). one big-gish steak is enough for 4 sandwiches. you'll need a crock-pot, salt and pepper, onion salt, and beef broth or bullion.i lay my steaks on waxed paper.then i cover both sides in salt, pepper, and onion salt.
now cover, and cook on low all day. you can cook it on high for 3-4 hours too, but the steak won't be as fall-apart tender.this is after 8 hours of cooking. it looks disgusting in this picture, but in real life it looks delish, i promise.
a few minutes before you're ready to eat, chop up an onion like this:put it in a pan on medium heat with a little butter to sautée. get the steaks out onto a plate and start shredding them with 2 forks
usually they just fall apart...this one didn't. but it should look something like this when you're done.
dave likes miracle whip and mustard on his, so have those on hand. i serve mine on sara lee deli rolls, because i think they're yummy. you can probably use anything you want, even regular old bread.alice's steak sandwiches with au jus
salt, pepper, onion salt
2 cups of beef broth
cover steaks in salt, pepper, and onion salt. put in crock-pot with broth and cook on low 8 hours. tear steak apart, strain the beef broth, and serve on deli rolls with sautéed onions.