Italian Pot Roast

Italian Pot Roast created by Caroline Cooks

Made this a few years ago from one of my favorite diet cook books, and I remember it being really good; if I post it on here, I will remember it as a dish for when I am looking to see what to cook for dinner one night (or weekend, as it takes a while to cook). The "Italian" in the pot roast refers to the herbs used.

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5hrs 45mins
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  • Place meat in large roasting pan, cover with garlic, onion, and pepper. Place other vegetables and potatoes all around the meat (besides tomatoes and tomato sauce).
  • Mix the soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce in the tomatoes and the tomato sauce, also add the wine. Add this mixture to the roast.
  • Add all other seasonings to the roast.
  • Cook in slow oven (250 degrees) for 4 to 5 hours, or until meat falls apart when prodded with the tines of a fork.
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"Made this a few years ago from one of my favorite diet cook books, and I remember it being really good; if I post it on here, I will remember it as a dish for when I am looking to see what to cook for dinner one night (or weekend, as it takes a while to cook). The "Italian" in the pot roast refers to the herbs used."

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    DELICIOUS! Cooked in the oven in a cast iron pot for 3 hours. EXCELLENT tenderness, flavors and veggie doneness. Made for PAC-Spring-10 and the Mediterranean event in Cooking Photos.
  4. larchie
    Made this a few years ago from one of my favorite diet cook books, and I remember it being really good; if I post it on here, I will remember it as a dish for when I am looking to see what to cook for dinner one night (or weekend, as it takes a while to cook). The "Italian" in the pot roast refers to the herbs used.
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