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Instant Pot BBQ Beef Sandwiches - Lunch Version

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Instant Pot BBQ Beef Sandwiches - Lunch Version

Marisa
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4 Servings
3 Ingredients
10 Comments
These freezer friendly BBQ Beef Sandwiches are popular at parties and potlucks! It almost feels like cheating to call this easy, tender, barbecue-smothered beef a "recipe" especially now that it can be made in the Instant Pot!
4 Servings
3 Ingredients
10 Comments

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ pounds quarter Beef Roast
  • 1 cup Barbecue Sauce
Serving Day Ingredients
  • 4 individual Hamburger Buns, White

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  1. 40 minutes cannot possibly be long enough to cook a solid piece of red meat. Especially if it is not already cut up into chunks.

    1. Orissa, in the ingredient list is says “1 ½ pounds quarter Beef Roast” as a note to cut up the beef roast in 1/4 chunks. That said, it will cook in the time listed. Let us know though if you have any problems! Happy Cooking!

  2. Can you help me understand what cut of beef I am to get for this recipe, and then how I need to cut it to prepare it? I find the directions are not exactly clear for this one. Thanks!!

    1. From our user feedback: If your bbq sauce is thick, you will need to add water. And if you are worried about overcooking, (and your meat is from fresh and not frozen), you could cook for 20 minutes and do a quick release. If you need to add additional time, the Instant Pot should come back to pressure quickly because it has already been heated.

    1. Hi Jo Ann, if you cook this from fresh, it take about 5 minutes for your Instant Pot to come to pressure. If cooking from frozen, it takes about 15 minutes. Hope this helps. Happy Cooking! ~ OAMM

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