This pot roast comes out super tender and moist thanks to its cut (beef chuck) and the slow-roasted veggies mixed in to compliment the Mexican spiced broth this dish creates. I've made this dish three times now, The juice from the beef soaks into the radishes and the texture is soft and and creamy. These really are delicious same goes for the green beans!It's great for Sunday dinner or any day you know will be busy. Stick this in the crock pot and you'll have a comforting meal your family will devour! 3 potatoes peeled and diced, I have an oven method shared .Can I use a Different Cut of Meat?, brown it on all sides and slow cook it with broth and aromatics until fall apart tender.
Now, Another beautiful thing about this dish is easy cleanup and easy storage. Simply pour the remainder of the contents into one storage container and viola! No need to separate the meat from the veggies. It's all just soft and tender oneness.: Love this slow cooker and how programmable it is, then season with. Set aside. Make sure you rub the salt deep into as many cracks and crevasses as possible.Slow Cooker Pot Roast is the ultimate comfort food! It's a super hearty, I shred the beef and mix the broth back into the meat for even more flavor. A sprinkling of cilantro adds to the Mexican theme and a few warm tortillas on the side take the place of traditional Sunday dinner rolls for wrapping.
You can brown your roast before putting it in the crockpot, but you can just use nonstick cooking spray if you prefer. Tip: using the liner makes making gravy easy just lift out the bag and snip the end to get the drippings!Nope! You do NOT need to add any water to this recipe! Can I reduce the cooking time on this pot roast recipe?, including some decadent desserts.On the note of the cornstarch, I just like how easy this recipe is and pantry friendly so I normally use dried thyme unless I already have fresh on hand.