Simply delicious! This juicy shredded barbecue beef is very popular at our family gatherings. The tender meat is slow-cooked in a savory sauce that includes chili powder, paprika, coffee, ketchup, brown sugar, brown mustard, hot sauce and cider vinegar. It is rich, flavorful and so good it almost melts in your mouth! Make your favorite creamy or vinegar-based coleslaw to serve with or "on" this great tasting barbecue sandwich. Freeze any leftover barbecue in an airtight container for up to 3 months.
robarma ,Just for the sauce I would make it again. Never made a sauce with coffee and I don't even drink it so I was very surprised. Next time with pork, as suggested in other reviews, and I will make enough sauce to dip some chicken in. Thanks
robarma ,The sauce was fingerlickin good even before I cooked the meat. I would make it again and try some of the other meats as suggested in the reviews.
huey37 ,Awesome, took about 20 mins to prepare, put it on a 7:00am, an was ready in time for the Footy, the flavours where incredible together, could not find liquid smoke at supermarket but would not hesitate in cooking again! Maybe even 2moro nite
katben2 ,I served this over my fresh homemade buns, it was even better the next day!! Great job!!
akowdc ,used a 5lb pork shoulder, bone in, divided into thirds. folllowed recipe but added 1tblsp crushed red pepper. great recipe and perfect bbq food when served as sliders. bone and skin fall away when you go to shred the meat
ccheryl ,wwoowww, you should open a restaraunt, all your recipes are just to die for,,keep um coming, cant wait to make this one,,,,,,CCheryl
cookininbaldwin ,We made this with Pork instead of Beef and used all the ingredients except Liquid Smoke. It was really good
gretchgg ,I made this ahead of time for a hiking trip. This was full of flavor and a HUGE hit! I am saving this to make again. The extra time that the sauce requires is worth every minute!
luanncross ,This was delicious. I bought a Beef Brisket as we don't have Chuck eye cuts in Britain. I cooked it in the bottom oven of my AGA 24 hours. It was delicious! I thought it tasted best served on Toasted, buttered buns.
sgrishka ,It's traditional in some parts of the country to serve coleslaw on a barbecue sandwich. Pile chopped or pulled meat on the bun and top the meat with a spoonful of coleslaw, which is also known as "chow" down South. The tart, crunchy cabbage goes perfectly with the smoky flavor of the meat. [I posted this recipe.]