Chad came home from work one day last year extolling the virtues of pepperocini beef. Pepperocini Beef, you say? Ummm.... pepperocinis... ummm..... beef! A winning combination. For the second time since that day, we had pepperocini beef for dinner last night with a nice green salad and home-made hamburger buns. This is by far one of the easiest foods to prepare, and it is mouth watering delicious! Also, this would be a great recipe to bring for a pot luck!
To make the Beef:
Take a 3 lb beef roast. Cut slits in it. Push slices of fresh garlic into each cut. (we put in about 3 cloves worth). Pour a (16-20 ounce) jar of sliced pepperocini peppers over the roast in a slow cooker and set on low for 6-8 hours. After desired tenderness, pull the beef and serve on buns! This is so tangy, so yummy and so EASY to make!
To make the rolls:
I found a Betty Crocker for dinner rolls in which you start the dough in the bread maker. This recipe turned out absolutely wonderful! We had the left over rolls for lunch today and they were just as good as last night. Some of the comments under the recipe include tips for using this dough to make your own hot dog or hamburger buns... which I think is an excellent idea!
Here is the link to the recipe: