Pulled Beef Sandwich | Easy Shredded Meat Sandwich

Quick fix sandwiches with a delicious pulled beef filling…




I have been finding it extremely difficult to get to blogging. I have my parents around and it has been crazy busy, in a good way. They are here just for a few more days, and that is why I thought maybe I shouldn’t focus much on the blog. Yet, when I get some time in, here I am trying to post at least one recipe in some free time I get…


With a lot of sweet posts floating on the blog, let me break it a little with these awesome sandwiches. It is getting cold and the worst part is the constant hunger. Snacking has become the norm and laziness creeps in most of the time. It feels really cozy to sleep in especially in the mornings. That is when sandwiches come handy. Aren’t they anytime food? You can use them as a meal or just-in-between bites. I don’t have that many sandwich recipes on the blog, which is something I would like to improve on, but let us concentrate on today’s super delicious sandwiches…


I made them with cooked beef, that I had in my fridge. You can use leftover curried peices, that usually don’t get eaten, because it is just meat. Hehe… The sauces are out of your fridge and when used, give a slight tinge of sweetness and a delicious barbeque flavor that amazingly complements with the meat. The filling is ready in minutes, and then spread on warm toasted bread and dig in right away. I would have added minced onion, but I am not a fan of raw onion, and hence I skipped it. You can even zing up your filling with a couple of diced jalapenos too… Off to this super simple recipe…





Pulled Beef Sandwich | Easy Shredded Meat Sandwich

Course Snacks
Cuisine South American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings 2
Author Rafeeda AR


  • 150 gm cooked beef chunks
  • 2 tbsp tomato ketchup heaped
  • 1 tbsp soya sauce
  • 1 tsp hot sauce
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp onion powder
  • 1/2 tsp white pepper powder
  • Salt to taste
  • 4 slices bread big
  • Butter for toasting


  • Shred the cooked meat. Add all ingredients from tomato ketchup to salt.
  • In a fry pan, cook the filling just till done. The sauce will turn sticky and brown. Switch off.
  • Toast bread till done.
  • Spread half the filling on one bread and top with another. Make the second sandwich.
  • Dig in warm!


You can add one tablespoon each of minced onion and/or jalapenos, as per liking for more bite.
I didn't add salt, since the sauce was salty in itself. 

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