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Crock Pot Dilly Beef for Sandwiches

This is very easy and tastes great. I freeze 1/2 and use for another meal - just add BBQ sauce for a different flavor.

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8hrs 5mins
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  • Place beef in slow cooker, cutting in half if necessary.
  • Add all other ingredients.
  • Cover.
  • Cook on low about 8 hours, or until beef is tender.
  • Discard pickles.
  • Remove roast from broth.
  • When cool enough to handle, shred the meat.
  • Return meat to the sauce and heat through.
  • Serve on hamburger buns.
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"This is very easy and tastes great. I freeze 1/2 and use for another meal - just add BBQ sauce for a different flavor."
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  1. mydesigirl
    Very interresting combination that you have going on with this.My family really enjoyed it and it smelled wonderful cooking.I had to use pickle spears since I couldn't find whole pickles but it worked out fine.I served these on garlic parmesan croissants with provelone cheese and pickles.This is a keeper.Thanks for sharing!!!
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  2. karen in tbay
    Wow - such fantastic results for such an unique combo of ingredients - a jar of dill pickles and a bottle of chili sauce?!! People's eyes go a little funny when you tell them how it was cooked. Definite repeater. (we used moose meat and tender and tasty)
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  3. Amber of AZ
    Fantastic, yummy, good, easy to make, and makes my apartment smell good too. I got everything ready last night and when I came home for lunch I took my crockpot out of the refrigerator and plugged it in. When I got home from work and Weight Watchers this delicious dish was waiting for me. The pickles and the chili sauce really add flavor to the meat. I used extra garlic because I love it. I also added a bit of extra salt as I used a larger roast to ensure I would have LOTS of leftovers for future sandwiches. Thank you for providing so many ready to eat meals for me.
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  4. Pat - cook
    This is very easy and tastes great. I freeze 1/2 and use for another meal - just add BBQ sauce for a different flavor.
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