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This was delicious and so easy. I used fresh thyme, and only two potatoes as my slow cooker is kind of small and the roast was a little bigger than the recipe called for. My husband skimmed the fat before making the gravy, which was so flavorful and yummy. This is not a typical "curry" dish, the spice simply balances out the other flavors in a wonderful and interesting way. It took about 20 minutes to throw it all together and I let it cook for about 7 hours on low.

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Aldeth April 17, 2008

This was very good. Nice tender meat with great subtle flavours, this meat had a great balance. We used whole grain mustard (it's all we had) and a mild curry powder which surprising wasn't overpowering or took over the dish at all, but just added a hit of something different. The veggies cooked up great and we really enjoyed this. Thanks so much for posting.

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kelly in TO November 01, 2010

NORMALLY I would NOT rave! For a slow cooker Beef recipe, this IS my fave! Hubby couldn't WAIT until we did test! Then he tatsed and said THIS IS THE BEST! WOW! THANKS!

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mickeydownunder June 02, 2008

This was delicious! I followed the recipe and proportions exactly, with the exception that I cubed the beef and cooked it on the stovetop, because I was REALLY hungry. This has a great strong flavor, but not overly spicy, very unusual flavoring for a stew (which by cubing the beef first was what it turned into). Thanks for the recipe, this is a keeper!!!

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IAteMyGluestick January 17, 2008
Curried Mustard Slow Cooker Beef Roast