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Serve this tender and flavorful BBQ pulled beef on sandwich rolls.
3 1/2 pounds boneless chuck roast, trimmed and cut into pieces
1 package McCormick® Slow Cookers BBQ Pulled Pork Seasoning
1 can (6 ounces) tomato paste
1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/3 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup water
Place beef in slow cooker.
Mix Seasoning Mix, tomato paste, brown sugar, vinegar and water until blended. Pour over beef. Cover.
Cook 8 hours on LOW or 4 hours on HIGH. Remove beef from slow cooker.
Shred beef using 2 forks. Return beef to slow cooker; mix and heat with sauce. Serve on sandwich rolls, if desired.
For best results, do not remove cover during cooking.
(Amount per serving)
Yummy! Made this for my family a few weeks ago, everyone loved it. I'll definitely be making this again.
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After removing the meat from the slow cooker, pour the liquid into a large skillet and boil the mixure to allow it to reduce and thicken. Combine it with the shredded meat.
We followed the recipe exactly, but sorry to say, we didn't like this at all. The flavoring/spices in the packet had an odd smell beginning about an hour into the cooking time and tasted exactly as it smelled when done. I'm not sure if it was that the packet was designed for pork or something else, but it didn't smell or taste like BBQ sauce.
The advice another reviewer gave about reducing the liquid was terrific, and if the taste was what we wanted, we would have been all set. As it was, we had to add some bottled BBQ sauce to try and "fix" the flavor. I won't be making this again.