How to make pot roast in crock pot recipe?
How to make pot roast in crock pot recipe is one of the super hot recipes to learn and cook on a winter night for a grand warm welcoming to your dear ones. Anyone of your friends and family is like “meat and potato lovers” they are probably going to eat this all alone.
This is a complete gluten-free slow cooker pot roast recipe that is not only a super easy meal but also gets the nicely moist when you want it to entertain you all day long. A beef chuck roast can really turn this recipe into delicious flavored as long as you follow the guidelines and tips.
Beef broth or red wine enhances the flavor of this recipe. A solid taste is something that really flatters you while eating. That is why today I am here to help you know how to make pot roast in crock pot recipe.
how to make pot roast in crock pot
- Course Beef, Dinner
- Cuisine American, Western
For a delicious hot dinner nothing can be as comparing to crock pot pacific pot roast recipe. When I was new at cooking, I tried this as my very first recipe and whole family including my cousins really fell in love with this dish. I will highly recommend you to try this at your home for a friends gathering or family dining.
- 4 lb pot roast of your choice
- 1 onion thin sliced
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil
- Beef broth
- 5 zucchini sliced
- 2 carrots cut into chunks
- 1 red bell pepper rings sliced
- 6 potatoes pilled off and divided into 2 equal pieces
- 2 bay leaves
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- 1 1/2 tsp salt or to taste
- 1/4 cup of water
- 2 tbsp all purpose flour
Neat and clean the meat and discard the fat and unnecessary parts.
Use a large skillet and on medium high flame add 2 tablespoons of oil. Add roast and fry it from all sides until it turns brown in color. Cut the roast in small pieces and shift it to slow cooker.
Add a little vegetable oil into skillet and on medium flame sauté the onion so it gets tender. It will not take more than 6-7 minutes. Transfer the onions over the beef in slow cooker.
Now add zucchini, red pepper, potatoes, beef broth, bay leaves and carrots. Cover it and cook on low for about 8 hours. If in hurry cook it for 4 hours on high flame or until it is well cooked.
Use a warm platter to place the beef and vegetables.
Take a saucepan and on medium flame strain the liquids by simmering. If it is having more liquids, boil it until the flavors get concentrated.
Take a bowl and mix the water and all purpose flour together. Stir it continuously so it becomes a smooth paste.
Now shift this to hot liquid and simmer it together. Gently stir and cook until it thickens well. Check the seasoning. Mix the pepper and salt. Serve it hot with the sauce accompanied by vegetables and pot roast.
For a different taste you can use red wine of your choice instead of beef broth. Also, you can use pot roast of your choice preferably bottom round, lean chuck and others.
Choice of vegetables shouldn’t be limited. You can use tomatoes, celery, mushroom or whatever you prefer to eat in vegetables.
Although, it takes 8 to 9 hours of cooking but you can also cook on high in just 4 hours in a slow cooker. It doesn’t matter you cook it in less time than recommended; you will see it is still tender and soft from inside out. You can use cream of mushroom soup for a variation because here I am just sharing you my grandma old traditional dish.
When I was young, at age of six, I first time tasted this recipe when my grandma cooked this on her birthday. This was the first time she borne the cook inside me. Later, when I went to high school and was on vacations to grandma place she taught me how to make pot roast in crock pot recipe.
I found it was pretty easy to learn how to make pot roast in crock pot recipe but I was indeed afraid how would be the final outcome if I try this someday. It took me long back to open the dairy where I wrote this how to make pot roast in crock pot recipe and cook this on my graduation celebrations.
Believe me! I couldn’t believe myself that how I can cook this yummy pot roast in crock pot. It was long time back when I learnt this how to make pot roast in crock pot recipe from my grandma and it was still so tasty like she used to cooked for me.
The best part of this recipe is that you can either eat up straight away or can eat the leftover for next few days. If you are going to cook this for friends be prepared to teach them how to make pot roast in crock pot recipe, for sure.