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This is the BEST roast I have ever had!
This was a very tasty pot roast. It was very juicy and tender. Thanks for posting this recipe.
My girlfriend (who does not cook!) made this today and it was DELICIOUS! She made it according to directions and it turned out perfectly. The meat was flavorful, tender and melted in your mouth. The vegetables had perfect texture. We served it with green beans and rice. This is definitely a keeper!
This was wonderful! I used a 3 pound roast and used minced onion flakes instead of 2 large onions (not a big onion fan!). I let it cook on low for about 10.5 - 11 hours. The au jus the roast made was SO good. I served this with parmesan risotto. DH said it is the best thing I make! Thanks Kitten!
WONDERFUL! I used a 3 lb. boneless rump roast but still used full recipe of rest of ingredients, including the black pepper and cayenne. Changes I made were to use 6 oz tomato sauce + 6 oz water instead of tomato juice and I added 2 large carrots to cook w/ meat to flavor the gravy. I also added 2 cups of beef stock midway so I would have plenty of liquid to make gravy for 2 meals. Cooked about 6 hours on low and I added baby carrots and button mushrooms the last hour. I did thicken gravy w/ cornstarch. The meat came out juicy and tender; meat and veggies were soooo flavorful and the gravy was even better! Thank you, Kitten, for a great recipe!!!
This made a wonderful meal. I could even smell it outside as I walked in the house after work. Roast was ever so tender and the vegies stayed firm and not mushy.
Sensational! This is a very flavorful and very tender pot roast! I made this recipe as directed, leaving out the potatoes and using Seasoned Red Potatoes instead. I will definitely make this again, Kittencal! Thank you so much for sharing : )
I am always searching for delicious crockpot pot roasts and this one certainly fits into that category. I used a 3 1/2 pound chuck roast and cooked it for a little over 8 hours. It turned out so very moist with a delicious flavor. With most recipes for the crockpot, I am used to putting all of the vegetables on the bottom and then placing the meat on top. With this, I followed the recipe and put the potatoes and carrots along the side of the roast and the carrots were still slightly hard but most of the potatoes were soft. I think next time, though, I will try putting the potatoes and carrots on the bottom and see if that helps. But, overall, this recipe is a winner because the roast melts in your mouth. Thanks for sharing! I made this for "ZaarTag".