Tuesday, March 15, 2011
To Die For Pot Roast
We just had a Sunday Supper kind of dinner on a busy week night and I couldn't have put less effort into it if I tried. It literally took about 5 minutes to throw this together and that included taking pictures so that I could share this To Die For Pot Roast with you!
You will need:
4 -5 lb beef roast, any kind
1 package brown gravy mix, dry
1 package ranch dressing mix, dry
1 package Italian dressing mix,dry
Place roast in crock pot, mix dry ingredients in a small bowl and sprinkle over top. Pour 1/2 cup water around roast. Cover and cook on Low for 7-9 hours.
2-4 hours before you are ready to eat cut up an onion, 5-6 carrots and 4-5 potatoes.
Compare your roast to mine...if you think it looks as good or even better...it's time for some veggie action.
Not sure that it is completely necessary but I took a spoon and bathed my veggies in gravy a bit before replacing the lid. If not necessary - it certainly made them look more appetizing for this picture.
Or if you don't like pot roast...let your family enjoy it. I am not a big fan. I did eat a bit of everything but I have never been a big fan. As a kid I would pick out the veggies and eat them with crackers. But when I told Hubby my crock pot plan to make sure that we stayed out of the drive thru - He was quick to request this meal. Every Single person in my family had seconds...except me.
I hope they really enjoyed it since I won't be making it again for at least a year.
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Love love love this recipe!!! Quick and crazy easy!!! Tastes like million bucks and will make it again and again. Thank you sooooo much!!!ReplyDelete
MMMM HVR and Brown Gravy (MSG)ReplyDelete
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST POT ROAST I have ever made!!! 5 Stars!! I did a 2# roast in 5 hrs--so tender and tasty!!ReplyDelete
I love this recipe !!!! So simple but was so good thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Do you mix the dressings together or do you mix it as the directions on the packets?ReplyDelete
You use them dry, mix together with a fork on a plate, then sprinkle all of it on top of roast.Delete
This is really really good, have made many times and appreciate you sharing!ReplyDelete
Thank you for this wonderful recipe. Made this today and my husband and I loved it! So easy to make and great for those who have work a full time job and don't have much time to cook after work.ReplyDelete
Can I make in pressure cooker?ReplyDelete
Excellent and so simple! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Dose it make it own gravy?ReplyDelete
This is by far the best pot roast recipe EVER!! It's my go to. I share it with everyone too.ReplyDelete