Do you ever have a craving for food that you can only find at a local pub & eatery ?…..you know the food ~ the juicy burgers and crisp golden fries. yeah, those cravings.
well, I was determined to make a ‘Pub’ meal at home with all the fixins.
Pulled-Beef Sandwiches & Fries sounds perfect.
Why not try a little weekend living right in your own home….
The Beef Sandwich (Crock-Pot)
- 3 lbs beef roast ~ hand selected from the butcher when possible (it makes a delicious difference)
- chopped onions ~ to taste
- 1 1/2 cup ketchup
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/3 cup worcestershire sauce ~ and if you like it, add a few more shakes
- 3 tbsp brown sugar ~ well, approximately anyway (measured with love)
- 3 tbsp cider vinegar ~ I used apple cider vinegar
- salt & pepper
- 2 tsp mustard
- 1 1/2 tsp paprika ~ or a few shakes
- 1 tsp chili powder ~ or a few shakes
- 1/4 tsp hot sauce ~ to taste
- and bakery kaiser rolls ~ fresh from the bakery
- Place roast in crockpot (spray crock with cooking spray if desired). Add the onions.
- In a bowl combine remaining ingredients (except for kaiser rolls).
- Pour over roast.
- Cover and Cook on low for 8 hours.
- Shred Roast with two forks, it should fall apart.
- Serve on soft Kaiser Rolls. Enjoy the remaining for leftovers or freezer meals.
11 thoughts on “Beef Sandwich & Pub Fries”
Sounds really yummy! Quick and easy and delish!
and lots of left overs! Yummo!
Looks delicious! Can’t wait to try them!
enjoy this ‘weekend at home’ favorite meal! Yummo!
Mmmm! I can taste this now on those crispy rolls! French fries are the perfect side.
Enjoy Judy….I really enjoyed both, the Roast was from our local Hazel Park and delicious!
Both look great, Amy! 🙂 I will definitely try them. Do you pat the potatoes dry before adding the olive oil? Or is that necessary? Thanks for the nice recipes. <3
I too would like to know if the fries need to be wet or dry please
Enjoy Jeannine! I just simply drained the potato fries and tossed onto the prepared pan…I didn’t pat them, crispy and good!
Thanks Sheila, enjoy! I just simply drained the potato fries and tossed onto the prepared pan…I didn’t pat them, crispy and good!