2 Reviews

Delicious! I have used Pickapeppa sauce in other dishes, but never thought to use it with a roast...it works very well. I love anything that I can put into a crockpot and forget about until its done and this roast is one of those dishes. I used baby carrots instead of regular carrots and 2 TBSP. chopped, fresh sage instead of dry. I cooked this for about 10 hours in a 6-quart crock pot. After the cooking time was finished, I strained the cooking liquid into a saucepan and heated it on the stove. I added some Minor's beef base, salt, and pepper. I thickened it with flour to make a very flavorful gravy with a bit of a "zing" from the Pickapeppa sauce. My family loved this and gave it 2-thumbs up. Thank you for sharing. *Made for Cookbook Tag*

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Bayhill September 02, 2008

This was pretty good, but we did add more sauce to the it after the fact, for dipping. The sauce kind of runs off of it. Next time I'll inject it :)

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CandyTX October 25, 2008
Dave's Newly Famous Pickapeppa Crock Pot Roast