Beef Dip Featuring Alberta Beef

Beef Dip Featuring Alberta Beef

This easy to make Beef Dip features beautiful Alberta beef, slow cooked to perfection.

Alberta Beef 

The province has over four and a half million head of cattle, compared to the population of roughly 3.931 million people we are out numbered by cattle. Agriculture has a significant position in the province’s economy with 44% of all Canadian beef being produced in Alberta! 44%.

Alberta is the largest cattle producing province in Canada. We export 35% of our beef to the United States and other countries.

It is extremely versatile and you can prepare it 1000 different ways.

Beef Dip
 
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Recipe type: Entree
Ingredients
  • 1 beef roast
  • 2 cups of water
  • ½ cup of soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning
  • 1 tablespoon of dry onion flakes
  • 1 tablespoon of granulated garlic
  • pepper to taste
  • 2 bay leaves
Instructions
  1. Place roast in a slow cooker.
  2. Add the water, soy sauce and seasonings.
  3. Cover and cook on high for 5-6 hours or until the beef is fork tender.
  4. Remove from the cooker and shred.
  5. Strain broth, skim of fat.
  6. Pour broth into small cups for dipping.

 

This Beef Dip is incredibly easy to make and will become a family favourite. The rich beefy flavour creates an impressive sandwich that will demand seconds!

With the slow cooker doing all the work it is an easy work day meal that comes together quickly.

Beef dip featuring Alberta Beef.

Once the beef is cooked remove from the cooker and allow it to rest. It can be sliced or shredded for the sandwiches. Using a fine mesh strainer, strain the jus and portion it out in bowls for dipping.

Crusty rolls are the perfect vehicle for the beef and whatever topping you enjoy. And any leftovers make incredible Paninis the next day.

Up Your Beef Game

If you are looking for another incredible beef dish, ask your butcher for a Tri Tip. It is an impressive cut you will enjoy!

If you ever find yourself in Alberta, try the beef! Not only are you supporting the local economy you will be enjoying some of the best beef in the world!

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12 Replies on “Beef Dip Featuring Alberta Beef

  1. Finally,
    Here I am… have been by before, but didn’t take the time to comment. Dad loves his beef dip – as do I…. but it is not easy to get a delectable beef jus… you have to roast the bones or cook one roast into leather to get a great jus… and then, there is never enough. How do you solve this problem? Do you have a favourite butcher, farmer, kind of beef/cow?
    🙂
    V (I do, I do)
    And my garlic stuffed prime rib would have to be my quintessential at home Sunday dinner to-die-for recipe… but, then there are steaks on the grrrrillll!

  2. I had no idea that so much beef was raised in Alberta. (This project has been a great way to learn all sorts of interesting food facts.) Lovely variety of beef recipes features. How to choose?

  3. Hi Valerie, It really is one of those dishes that is found all over. I have been making them at home only in the past few years. Once you have a fantastic recipe it fast becomes a family favorite.

  4. Hi Nicole,

    It is a fantastic recipe that may family loves. Let me know if you try it!

    Enjoy.

  5. My uncle has a farm with organic crops and cattle and I love going out there to see the calves (cause all baby animals are super cute). I also love having fresh (Saskatchewan) beef at my disposal! Your beef dip looks fabulous, too. It’s my mom’s favorite dish, so I’ll have to give this a try 🙂

  6. Hi Charmain,

    Even though the ingredient list for this one is short, it packs some amazing flavors. I am sure he will love it.

  7. So I just did a quick google of tamari and it sounds pretty good. I am going to have to look for it at the store. This flavor of the beef is just fantastic and the leftovers are just as good.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  8. I love cooking beef. We buy half a steer about once a year. Swap out the soy sauce for tamari (gluten free) and I’m all over this recipe!

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