Slow-Cooker Barbecue Beef Sandwiches

  • Haj1973 Posted: 02/25/10
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    This was good, but I agree about the cooking time. I used High for 5 hours and turned it to low for one more hour and it was done. If you're cooking for 7 hours you could probably do Low the entire time. I ended up mixing in about a 1/2 cup BBQ sauce at the end to balance the Worchestershire flavor and it worked out really well. We actually drained the remaining liquid and will use it to make sloppy joe's.

  • qawsed Posted: 02/03/11
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    Try with French baguettes. The sauce softens the roll so that the sandwich is soft enough to eat, but the crust remains hard. Delicious!

  • Karrey31 Posted: 09/07/10
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    Super good. Made it for a football game and my husband really enjoyed it. Paired it with a pasta salad and topped the sandwiches with provolone cheese. Big hit and will definatley make again.

  • Bevely Posted: 07/04/10
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    This recipe is AWESOME. The reviews were right about the timing; 6 hours were plenty long enough. The meat flaked apart with forks just perfectly. I did marinate the roast in the fridge overnight before cooking, which I think might have helped a lot. I just used plain Ponzu sauce as marinade -- LOVE that stuff -- and I used hoagie rolls and scooped out most of the bread to make room for the beef. GREAT recipe, the sandwiches didn't need anything on them, very moist, very tasty, and Hubby went crazy over 'em. I'll definitely make this again... and again... and again...

  • Dobbydo36 Posted: 05/25/11
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    This was wonderful! Rave review and fights for it all around. The only changeI made was to add one envelope of dry onion soup. Mine was ready in about 5 hours on high.

  • sheilainfl3 Posted: 09/26/11
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    Big hit at our house! I didn't have the beef broth so I used beef bouillon cubes and water. Will definitely make again! Loved that it's a crockpot recipe! Always on the lookout for good CP recipes that don't taste like chicken soup.

  • Camp528 Posted: 10/13/11
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    Was very tasty and super easy! Had guests asking for the recipe which is always a good sign! After the beef was fully cooked, I shredded it as directed, but then put it on a cutting board and chopped it into smaller chunks. Returned chopped beef to slow cooker with sauce and mixed thoroughly. Will make this again!

  • DianeMcD Posted: 11/14/11
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    Delicious and super easy. Put everything together except the meat the night before and stored the bowl in the fridge. In the morning before work dumped the liquid into the slow cooker with the meat and set it on low. By the time we were home from work it was done and the kids had a quick and tasty homecooked meal before having to run back out the door to band and soccer commitments. Great for an on-the-go family!

  • hlanier Posted: 10/09/12
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    my whole family loved this!

  • Tiffani6 Posted: 11/12/12
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    this was really good, everyone enjoyed it!

  • KathyinManvel Posted: 11/25/12
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    Tangy taste to the beef. Easy.

  • cateringbyheath Posted: 02/18/13
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    Very flavorful and easy...I didn't have any lemon juice, used apple cider vinegar instead, yummy!

  • ESRocks Posted: 02/17/13
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    My family loves it. I have made it for them three weeks in a row at their request. The only thing I do differently is let the shredded meat simmer in the sauce until we are ready to eat. We like our bbq nice and saucy and full of flavor in every yummy bite. :)

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