Last year I received a crock pot cookbook with a recipe in it for pulled pork. It was nice but I thought the sauce it made in the pot was a bit too thin. I made several changes and am happy with this recipe so its time to share it! I sometimes have to water the sauce down now. The sauce/marinade can be made up to 3 days in advance and kept in the fridge until needed. Marinating time is not included. I make this in my 3 1/2 quart crock pot.
Oh-So-Tender Roast with a delicious broth mixture that can be served "au jus" or thickened for a luscious, hearty gravy. Add carrots and potatoes (optional), and you have a one-dish meal that cooks unattended. The sliced roast makes tasty Roast Beef au Jus Sandwiches. For a second meal, make stew or soup from the leftover roast, carrots, potatoes, and gravy...perhaps adding a little wine or water if needed to get the perfect consistency.
I learned this method from the guys I work with (I'm a paramedic.) It's one we don't have to keep a close eye on, which is important when you can be called on at any minute. Makes the most tender, fall-off-the-fork roast you've ever tasted. The soup and beef broth make a wonderful gravy that goes great over mashed potatoes. Enjoy!
I always loved hot sandwiches as a kid. My family is not too crazy about 'mushy meat', but this has a flavor that even they love. I like to use home made white bread to turn this into open faced sandwiches. Add mashed potatoes and you have a complete comfort meal for a cold day. Leftovers get turned into a quick and easy potpie the next day. This also freezes very well! Considering the ingredients, I am sure I got the recipe idea from a soup can once upon a time. It has been so long I honestly cannot remember, though.
I found this recipe on Bettycrocker.com about six months ago. This has become one of my favorite recipes to make during the week. One reason is how easy it is and the second reason is the wonderful taste. My husband and I greatly enjoy this meal. I usually serve it over rice with a biscuit or dinner roll. Hope you enjoy as much as we do!!!
Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.
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