Pot Roast. Pot roast is a braised beef dish made by browning a roast-sized piece of beef before slow cooking the meat in a covered dish, sometimes with vegetables, in or over liquid. Pot roasts typically use the tougher cuts of beef—a chuck roast or shoulder roast—which have the most flavor. For pot roasts, and other slow cooked tough meats, fat is your friend!
Making a simple, old-fashioned pot roast is an accomplishment any cook can achieve. In fact, many cooks swear pot roast is even better the second day after all the flavors have time to mix and mingle. Dutch oven pot roast recipes are the ultimate comfort food. You can have Pot Roast using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Pot Roast
- You need 3-4 lb of pot roast.
- You need 1 of box Lipton Obion Mushroom recipe soup and dip mix.
- It’s of salt.
- Prepare of pepper.
- Prepare 1 lb of carrots.
- You need 8-10 of idaho potatoes.
When juicy pot roast simmers in garlic, onions and veggies, everyone comes running to ask, "When can we eat?" Classic Pot Roast is an easy comfort food that is an absolute favorite. A one pot meal made easy in Remember, I said that pot roast isn't a specific cut of meat and is more the method of how you cook. Pot Roast – fall apart beef, tender flavour infused vegetables and potatoes smothered in a rich gravy. It's mouthwateringly good, yet simple to make, especially if you use a slow cooker.
Pot Roast instructions
- Preheat oven to 300..
- Salt and pepper roast in pan.
- Empty both liptons packets into bowl and add hot water. Whisk to mix..
- Pour mixture over roast and add arm water until roast is almost covered..
- Cover roast with tin foil and put in oven for 5 hours..
- Wash and peel carrtsand potatoes and add to roast pan..
- Increase oven temp to 350 and cook for an additional hour to hour and 15 minutes..
One of the best bang-for-buck meals of all time. Thanks to Turo for sponsoring this video! This pot roast in the crockpot is simply perfection. Comfort food is my weakness and there's nothing Crock Pot roast was always one of my dad's specialties. He'd use Porterhouse seasoning, toss in.