Slow Cooker Pulled Pickled Beef Sandwiches

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Slow Cooker Pulled Pickled Beef Sandwiches Slow Cooker Pulled Pickled Beef Sandwiches


A recipe so fun, tasty and simple Paula lets Jack make it by himself!

Servings: 8
Cook Time: 10 hrs
Difficulty: Easy

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1(24 oz.) jar Dill Pickle Spears with liquid
2 lb. chuck roast
pepper to taste
2 cups prepared sweet cole slaw
8 sandwich buns, soft

Directions

Place chuck roast in a slow cooker and pour entire contents of dill pickle jar over it. Cover and cook on LOW for 10 hours. Season to taste with pepper. Pull apart meat with a fork. To serve, place 1/4 cup of cole slaw on each of 8 soft sandwich buns. Top with some of the pickled beef and serve!

Paula’s Note: Cook the pickled beef while no one is home as the smell is quite pungent.

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Great sandwich idea, i own and operate a small soup and sandwich place and need any sandwich ideas, please assist when you can. Love your home cooking and enjoy your shows and fun you make with it. We want more Paula home cooking shows

By RodneyDyal on January 22, 2014

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If everyone knew what an amazing sandwich this made, then EVERYone would be making it. Thanks Paula!

By Carol on October 05, 2013

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By Lloyd Caldwell on September 28, 2013

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I loved the slow cooked pickled beef and so did everyone at the party. I loved the smell while it was cooking and really liked the pickled flavor. Could you add pickling spice and fresh dill while it is cooking? I sliced an onion and put that & two cloves of garlic in the bottom of pot before adding beef and pickles. I sliced the cooked pickles & served them with onions on top of meat and made a sauce using thickened broth with a bit of barbecue sauce. Main question is about adding pickling spice, thanks.

By michele holzman on May 19, 2013

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I love your cooking it's so wonderful....I will be making this for my step son tonight for dinner ..One your biggest fans thank you for all you do... smile Brittany Stone

By Brittany Stone on May 22, 2012

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By Donna S on February 20, 2012

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By Lori Rattray on January 19, 2012

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Great sandwiches. Wife ate her's with BBQ sauce and loved it. The rest of us ate our's according to the recipe, absolutely fantastic. I used Mt. Olive sliced dills. I chopped a cup of the pickles real finely and added them to the cooked meat. We will make this meal again!!

By Dom Garrison on December 31, 2011

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Have you ever made this Pickled sandwich with Pork ?

By Willene Dunning on September 21, 2011

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By BELINDA C MARTINEZ on August 28, 2011

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By Brenda M on August 19, 2011

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I made the pickled beef and my family loved it. I also experimented using a pork loin roast but used bread and butter pickles and it turn out delicious. I used a submerizable blender, and pulvized the pickles in the broth. Then I used some of the broth-pickle mixture in the pulled pork for sandwiches. What I had left over I made Hot Tamales, and they were great. I added some chili powder and cumin to the pork-pickle mixture for the tamales.

By Judy Moring on April 09, 2011

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I gave it 4 stars because it is simply.. easy.. and expensive, especially if you get the meat and pickles on sale. But I think one of the keys to this recipe must be the brand of pickles you use. Like another user, I used Claussen and found the taste to be super mild. Hardly dill at all, and it didn't even stink up the kitchen. So really what I had was some mildly flavored shredded beef at the end. A dash of tangy BBQ sauce really turned it around though and made it pretty tasty, but I was looking forward to the dill flavor. Next time I will pick a brand that I know has a really stronger flavor and try it that way.

By Michael Maring on March 27, 2011

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I made this today and it was FANTASTIC! I used sliced dill pickles as it was all I had and they cooked up so nice and soft that they practically melted in your mouth! My husband loved this and can't wait until I make it again!

By Stacy on March 22, 2011

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I'm sorry, Paula, I love you, and love every other one of your recipes, but I couldn't like this one. My family turned their noses up too. I think it needed butter!!!! Maybe we're just a bunch of sour pusses.

By Debra Stephens on March 21, 2011

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WELL I JUST LOVED THE PICKLE PULLED BEEF...AT FIRST I THOUGHT THAT DOESN'T EVEN SOUND GOOD...BUT OMGOSH!! IT IS GREAT THE BEEF JUST SHREEDED SO EASY AND HAD A WONDERFUL FLAVOR...AND THE PICKLES I FRIED..SO WE GOT THE BEST OF BOTH...THANKS FOR SHARING THIS PAULA DEAN...

By Terri Blanton on March 14, 2011

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Loved it! I will for sure be making this again. Thanks

By Julie on March 13, 2011

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Paula, I absolutely loved loved loved this beef. With the Coleslaw and bun, what a delicious meal!! I didn't think that it would turn out so well, but it was great!! Thanks for such a great one!! Nancy

By Nancy on February 24, 2011

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Tried the Pulled Pickled Beef.My family loves it. It's a regular at our house now.My grandson is an avid hunter.He usually gets a couple of deer during the season.I have used this recipe with deer meat instead of beef. It's really hard to tell the difference.

By Anonymous on February 22, 2011

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I wanted to try this recipe, but was afraid of the comment about the strong smell, so I used Bread and Butter Pickles. My husband loved it. The gravy was great on mashed potatoes too.

By Nancy Eaton on February 17, 2011

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