|Delicious Barbecued beef, made in the slow cooker; recipes from food bloggers.|
There are certain recipes that are slow cooker classics, and those are the ones I like to feature in the mini round-ups I call Classic Collections. This time I'm spotlighting Barbecued Beef Sandwiches, something that's good all year for get-togethers but especially nice in these waning days of summer when it's too hot to heat up the house. Each of these recipes is slightly different, and I hope you'll find one that might become your new favorite recipe for Barbecued Beef Sandwiches; just click on the name for each sandwich to see the full recipe on the blog that posted it.
|Weight-Watchers friendly barbecued beef. (Photo from Culinary Covers.)|
|Superbowl Barbecued Beef (Photo from My Baking Addiction.)|
The next sandwich is one that Jamie from My Baking Addiction calls Superbowl Barbecued Beef, and I agree these would probably be a hit at any kind of gathering. Jamie starts with chuck roast which simmers in homemade barbecue sauce ingredients; then the meat is piled onto mini buns and served with sweet slaw.
The Spicy BBQ Brisket with Healthy Asian Slaw from Danica's Daily features meat with a spicy touch due to the addition of sweet jalapeno or chile sauce in the barbecue sauce mixture. I love everything about this recipe, including the healthy slaw with Asian flavors.
|Spicy BBQ Brisket with Healthy Asian Slaw (Photo from Danica's Daily.)|
|CrockPot Barbecued Beef (Photo from Color Me Pink.)|
The CrockPot Barbecued Beef from Color Me Pink features a delicious-sounding barbecue sauce that begins with sauteed onions and garlic, then adds chile powder, brown sugar, and molasses and finishes with canned tomatoes and cider vinegar. Although it adds a step to the recipe, I like the idea of making the sauce on the stove so you can get it just how you like it. Christine also tops her Barbecued Beef Sandwiches with a scoop of coleslaw.
|Smoky Slow Cooker Beef Brisket (Photo from Sarah's Cucina Bella.)|
This Smoky Slow Cooker Beef Brisket from Sarah's Cucina Bella uses tomato paste, molasses, Liquid Smoke, and Honey to make a delicious-sounding smoky barbecue sauce that sounds like it's just slightly sweet. Sarah likes to serve this on sandwiches with a slice of cheddar cheese, but Sarah says the meat is also good for nachos and wraps.
More Ideas for Beef in the Slow Cooker:
Beef Short Ribs for BBQ Sliders from Sass and Veracity
Cuban-Style Ropa Vieja from The Perfect Pantry
Italian Beef Sandwiches from Elly Says Opa!
Java Brisket from Amanda's Cookin'
Korean Shredded Beef Tacos from A Year of Slow Cooking
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