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A hit with my always ravenous teenage sons. One of my boys isn't a huge fan of 'chunky onions' so I cooked them down a bit before putting them in the bottom of the slow cooker. Once done cooking I then ran the onions through the food processor and added them to the BBQ sauce mixture before adding the shredded beef back to the pot. I also increased the BBQ sauce to 3/4 cup. The recipe says 'Serves 6' but in a three person household with two teenage boys we barely had enough leftovers for Dad to have one sandwich for lunch the next day!
This was a hit with my DD. The BBQ flavor was just right not intense. Made for Spring PAC 2012.
I was remarkably surprised at how tasty this was. After I mixed all the ingredients into the crockpot I was a little nervous about the smell but when everything was finished it was good. Next time I won't use as many onions though because I am not a fan.
Oh Yum, this was a "keeper" in my house too. My husband was surprised I pulled it off and my little kiddos too were eating it all up. I must add though I used PORK ROAST instead and it came out very tasty. The BBQ sauce complemented the meat well and wasn't overwhelming in taste. The pork was very easy to shred and it tasted superb on hamburger buns
Made for Spring PAC 2008. This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I doubled it because my chuck roast was 4 pounds. Easy no fuss meal to make.
I had all the ingredients at home when I saw this recipe, and company coming for a casual meal. It was very tasty and went over well with my friends. Will definitely make again- maybe this week!