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Old 02-27-2012, 05:40 PM   #1
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Anyone got a good pot roast and/or beef stew recipe for the crock pot they want to share. Got a good BOGO deal on some roasts at the store the other day.
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Old 02-27-2012, 05:51 PM   #2
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Anyone got a good pot roast and/or beef stew recipe for the crock pot they want to share. Got a good BOGO deal on some roasts at the store the other day.
For stew I mix APFlower, Salt, pepper, garlic, parsley and celery seed. Dredge your stew meat in that and fry it in about 2 Tbs of olive oil Brown untill flower is brown. Add about a quart of water and let simmer for about 2 hours. When the meat starts to get pretty tender at about 4-5 cups of cut carrots, potatoes onion and celery. Let that simmer for about another 2 hours. I

For Roast I cut up a large onion, 3-4 medium potatoes and 5-6 celery stalks and maybe soem fresh mushrooms. Add salt and pepper, a package of lipton onion soup mix and a can of cream of mushroom soop. Put that in a slow cooker on low over night or before you go to work.
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:04 AM   #3
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ive got a 2 1/2 lb pork shoulder roast in the crock pot now, its small but just my wife me and a 6yr. I made some sauce last night on the stove and brought to a boil and let cool down over night in the fridge. brought it to a broil again this morning at 7 and seasoned the roast with only sea salt. I turned the crock pot on low, put the roast in, pour the sauce around it and wait. ill report back on time need to cook.
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If you want a quick and easy sauce, that is pretty tasty, try 1 pack lipton onion soup and 1 can of coke. That amount works well for just the roast and no veggies in a smaller pot. But just double everything up when using veggies in the pot as well. (2 packs soup, about 2 cans coke.)
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I decided to start one for dinner about 11

Here's it naked with onions, carrots and potatoes.


After adding 1 1/2 pack of onion soup mix and 20 oz coke.


decided to add in a little more carrots after that pic. Gonna cook on low for about 8 hrs
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I never do it the same twice! I throw everything together and cook it down!!! Add seasoning to taste and you are done!!!!
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wow you guys know what a crock pot is lol......
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Old 02-28-2012, 03:31 PM   #8
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Heres a crock pot roast recipe thats dead easy and pretty darn good too.

To Die for Pot Roast


Description This recipe is a classic from http://www.copykatchat.com originally posted by BakerBella 2001.
Ingredients


Course
Meats
Difficulty
Beginner
Source
You Gotta Try This!
Makes
Varies
1 beef roast, any cut, to fit size of crock pot (I think Chuck is the best, with all the fat and all)
1 Pkg. Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing mix
1 pkg. brown gravy mix
1 pkg. Italian Dressing mix
1/2 C. water

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Combine mixes well and sprinkle half over roast in pot. Pour water into bottom of pot, and add the other half of the mixes in the water. Cook maybe on low for 8-9hours.
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Note to self: Do not put potatoes in at the beginning like everything else. You end up with MUSHATOES.

Other than that, it was great. So good, I forgot to snap a pic.
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ive got a 2 1/2 lb pork shoulder roast in the crock pot now, its small but just my wife me and a 6yr. I made some sauce last night on the stove and brought to a boil and let cool down over night in the fridge. brought it to a broil again this morning at 7 and seasoned the roast with only sea salt. I turned the crock pot on low, put the roast in, pour the sauce around it and wait. ill report back on time need to cook.
basted it maby 4 times with the sauce and pulled the plug at 4pm. made sandwiches about 5:30 (makes 6 reg. sz) , you had to use a fork to get it out of the pot.
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