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Bbq Beef Sandwiches

Bbq Beef Sandwiches created by Amber of AZ

Adapted from a family friend's recipe. Delicious and my husband asks for it all the time! Great as leftovers and can be made into a beef stew too! Serve on toasted sourdough roles and serve with coleslaw (we like the Fanny Flagg recipe).

Ready In:
5hrs 40mins
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ingredients

  • 1 beef roast (O-bone or chuck is good, serves 3-5)
  • 6 ounces of your favourite barbecue sauce (We like Chris & Pitt's - just make sure it has a lot of bite!)
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 (8 -16 ounce) can heinz French onion soup (depending how much broth you want with the beef)
  • 1 tablespoon dry mustard
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tablespoon horseradish sauce
  • 2 -3 tablespoons brown sugar
  • salt and pepper

directions

  • Place all ingredients in a slow cooker.
  • Cook on high for approximately 5 hours (longer is okay).
  • Add more bbq sauce (to taste) and salt and pepper and make sure the meat has come off the bone and is stringy.
  • Cook for a further 30 minutes.
  • Serve on toasted buns.
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"Adapted from a family friend's recipe. Delicious and my husband asks for it all the time! Great as leftovers and can be made into a beef stew too! Serve on toasted sourdough roles and serve with coleslaw (we like the Fanny Flagg recipe)."
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  1. Cook4_6
    My husband is a BBQ fanatic and he really enjoyed this. I did not have a can of French Onion soup, so I sauteed a sweet onion in butter and added a can of beef broth (in place of it and the water). I, also drained the meat and added more BBQ sauce before serving this. Very Good!
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  2. Amber of AZ
    Bbq Beef Sandwiches Created by Amber of AZ
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  3. Amber of AZ
    WOW! Fall apart tender and very flavorful. This is a delicious and easy recipe to make and eat. I substituted the onion soup with Guiness Extra Stout (forgot to buy soup) and added onion salt in place of the salt. I do not feel that it altered the recipe all that much. I served the beef over a piece of cornbread laced with mild green chilis and topped with coleslaw that I sprinkled with cinnamon. My apartment smells like a bbq restraunt. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
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  4. Amber of AZ
    WOW! Fall apart tender and very flavorful. This is a delicious and easy recipe to make and eat. I substituted the onion soup with Guiness Extra Stout (forgot to buy soup) and added onion salt in place of the salt. I do not feel that it altered the recipe all that much. I served the beef over a piece of cornbread laced with mild green chilis and topped with coleslaw that I sprinkled with cinnamon. My apartment smells like a bbq restraunt. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
    Reply
  5. AHales
    Adapted from a family friend's recipe. Delicious and my husband asks for it all the time! Great as leftovers and can be made into a beef stew too! Serve on toasted sourdough roles and serve with coleslaw (we like the Fanny Flagg recipe).
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