SLOW COOKER PEPPERONCINI BEEF SANDWICHES — Slow cooked shredded beef with spicy pepperoncini and Italian seasonings, topped with cheese and served on crusty rolls.
There is nothing I love more than an easy slow cooker meal, with just a handful of ingredients, that my whole family loves. These Slow Cooker Pepperoncini Beef Sandwiches are one of those meals!
My 16 year-old was excited about these sandwiches as soon as he saw the ingredients go into the slow cooker. And he was not disappointed with the results! None of us were.
I would say these sandwiches have a zingy kick to them, but if you’re really concerned about the heat level, you could just use half the jar of peppers. We thought they were just right!
Of course, my younger, pickier son did pick all the peppers out of his meat before he devoured his sandwich. Not because he doesn’t like a little spice, but because he doesn’t like peppers.
When you add a slice of melted Provolone cheese and a crusty bun to the mix, you’ve got one outstanding sandwich.
And best of all, this recipe couldn’t be any easier to put together. It’s one of those “throw it all in the slow cooker and walk away” kind of meals. My favorite!
We loved these sandwiches so much, I made them again within a week. And my family was just as excited about eating them the second time around.
This one will definitely be making a regular appearance on our dinner table.
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Slow Cooker Pepperoncini Beef Sandwiches
Slow cooked shredded beef with spicy pepperoncini and Italian seasonings, topped with cheese and served on crusty rolls.
- Place the roast in a lightly greased slow cooker.
- Add the entire jar of pepperoncini, with the juice, along with the Italian dressing mix and garlic. Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours, or until beef shreds easily with a fork.
- Spread the sandwich rolls with a thing layer of mayo. Top the bottom bun with shredded beef and a slice of Provolone cheese. Toast the sandwiches under the broiler for 2-3 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the bread is golden brown.
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Who Dished It Up First: Adapted from Cassie Craves