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    Default Pepperocini Beef

    Pepperocini Beef

    Put a 4-5 lb roast (i buy whatever is on sale) in the crock pot and dump a good size jar of pepperocinis w/ juice on top. Cook on high for 1/2 hour then reduce to low and cook for 8-10 hours.

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    I've made this several times. It is good and oh so easy.

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    make it once a winter due to the sodium content in the pepperocinis. other than that, it sure is good! i had a whole bunch of peeled frsh garlic cloves also...yum

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    This is a favorite at our house. I add a 12 oz. can of beer and a tsp of Italian seasoning along with garlic.

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    just curious what the beer does? does it go w/ the pepperocinis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisaflex View Post
    just curious what the beer does? does it go w/ the pepperocinis?
    I think it makes the beef more tender and adds flavor. It's just how I've always made it and haven't tried it without since the family liked it that way.

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    thanks for responding. what type of beer? i have corona, amstel light, beck's, labatt blue light and a few others...thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisaflex View Post
    thanks for responding. what type of beer? i have corona, amstel light, beck's, labatt blue light and a few others...thanks
    Oooooh! Can I come over? You don't have to waste the beer in the crockpot for me....

    LOVE your beer selections there!

    Theresa

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    Beer????
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    Well it seems like I'm one of the only ones at FV who hasn't tried this one. I really need to break out that crock pot with all these recipes your posting Polly. I really do need to get out of the cooking rut I'm in too. So thanks again!

    Theresa

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    anytime mamamia...i share! no worries!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisaflex View Post
    thanks for responding. what type of beer? i have corona, amstel light, beck's, labatt blue light and a few others...thanks
    You're welcome! I use whatever I have in the house that I like the least. Dh and I were experimenting with brands to find a beer we both liked. I used some of the ones we didn't like to make the roasts. It didn't seem like the brand of beer made much of a difference. We don't drink light beer, so I can't say whether that would, though.

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    What would you suggest as proper sides for this recipe?

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