Sunday, November 4, 2012

Jack Daniels Pulled Beef Garlic Sliders Recipe




Grilled sliders on top of the stove with cast iron skillet and garlic sauteed in olive oil,
that's just to start off with! Then slow cooked beef with Curt's Delectable Jack Daniel Sauce!
  
The beef is slow cooked in a crockpot first over night then mixed with the sauce, great if you have a leftover roast from the day before!

Slider buns (smaller than the regular size)
2lb London Broil Beef Roast
Jack Daniels Homemade Sauce Recipe below highlighted
Minced Garlic (1/2 teaspoon per sandwich)
Jack Daniels Booze of course not much just 1/4 cup
1 can Cocoa Cola
Olive Oil (need for brushing on the buns) or melted butter if you prefer
Dried Parsley Flakes
Cooking Spray
Cast Iron groved skillet



First here's what I do:

I take a 2 pound London broil or any cut you like of beef and add 1/4 cup of Jack Daniels and 1 can of cocoa cola to a 5 quart  slow cooker the night before I make this, and before you go to bed at night, placed on low setting. When you wake up turn it off, drain the juice out. Shred the beef with two forks. Add the sauce recipe  below to the beef and set aside.

Taking a cast iron skillet with groves in it. Heat on the stove top gently spraying with some cooking oil.
Open your slider buns, brush them lightly with olive oil, then add about 1/2 teaspoon of minced garlic to the top part of the bun. Place on top of heated cast iron skillet and toast the buns.

Immediately fill the sliders while the buns are warm with Jack Daniels Sauce pulled beef and sprinkle with dried parsley flakes. They are ready to vanish now, as they did as soon as they were served!  These didn't last very long!

This sauce is from Curt's Delectable Blog
Click here for his Jack Daniels Sauce Recipe

7 comments:

Pretend Chef said...

This has my mouth watering. Crave worthy! Yummy!!!

Paola Bacci said...

Beautiful recipe!!!

Curt said...

This looks awesome! I'll have mine with a Jack & Coke please!

Greg said...

Great recipe, but you left out the step where you need additional Jack Daniels and coke for consumption while the meat is cooking.

Joanne said...

Another fantastic recipe I can make for Ted. He'll love me forever :)
Have you tasted the new Jack Daniels Honey? My sister LOVED it. I could only brush my lips with it but still couldn't muster up the courage to take a big sip. Too harsh even with honey but they are on the right track.

Lizzy Do said...

Sounds easy and absolutely scrumptious! I'll be trying this soon!

Vicki Bensinger said...

Sounds like something my family would love. Need to check out the sauce