If you want to get a tender, juicy roast but do not have to pay much effort on it, then I suggest you should roast in the crockpot. All you have to do is to put in the ingredients and let your crockpot do its thing. You roast will turn moist and tender after a long and slow cooking process.
Use whatever vegetables you have on hand, but potatoes and carrots are traditional. Feel free to use parsnips, rutabagas, turnips or whatever root vegetables you prefer. Root vegetables work really well in the crockpot, turning out perfectly cooked every time. They also pick up all the flavors of your roast since they go on the bottom of the pot.
You can prepare your meal in the morning, before you have to leave the house. Let your crockpot take care of all the cooking details while you are gone. You will get to return to a fragrant kitchen at the end of the day. All you will need to do is mix up the gravy and you will be ready to eat. This is a great way to make dinner for busy families who do not have a lot of time to spare. A nice beef pot roast makes a great meal anytime, providing you with flavor, nutrition and a wide appeal.
Recipe for Beef Pot Roast
What You Need
How to Make It
Trim the fat from the roast. Cut up the roast if necessary to help it fit in your crockpot. Brown the roast on all sides in a large skillet. Drain fat.
If you are using new potatoes, peel a narrow strip from the center of each potato. If you are using larger potatoes or sweet potatoes, peel them and quarter them. Place the potatoes, root vegetables, and onions in the crockpot….