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Slow-Cooker Pot Roast

Slow-Cooker Pot Roast recipe
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Can you imagine how happy you’d be if you walked in the door after work and were greeted by the smell of slow-cooker beef pot roast? Try it.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
8 hr 10 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
10/13/2011
I'm by no means an expert chef, I'm actually just starting to get into cooking. This is the first time I have actually used a crock pot! This recipe was so easy and it came out so delicious! My fiance loved it, he couldn't stop eating it! We ate the whole thing in two days!
posted:
10/6/2011
Didn't care for the A-1 at all, seems like that is all we could taste. We like more gravy so I added beef broth as well as the water and also celery and a tomato. I always add a bay leaf but resisted this time, trying to keep close to your receipe. Next time gets the bay leaf and no A-1.
posted:
10/2/2011
I have a very similar recipie, the only difference is I didn't use the steak sauce. Very seldom have leftovers. It's usually only enough for one or two sandwiches if I do. Will try it with the A1 next time.
posted:
9/30/2011
Since I used a three pound chuck roast instead of a 2 1/2 lb I upped the water to one cup instead of a 1/2 cup and used 5 ounces of A1 sauce instead of 4 ounces. Everything else I did exactly as the recipe was written. The flavor was very odd and both my husband and myself like A1 sauce and onion soup mix but the flavor was a little off. We finally added a bit of salt and pepper and that didn't help it taste any better. I made this in my slow cooker on low for a little over nine hours. It's not bad it's just that it's not good. After all the good reviews I was so hoping it would taste good because the house smelled wonderful all while it was cooking.
posted:
9/29/2011
our family has been making this for years. you can even make it in the oven on 325 for 3 hours and get the same recipe. i have also used chuck roasts.
posted:
8/29/2011
Loved this-my family did also, I bought the meat too large so I had to add 2 1/2 cups more water (we love gravy!) and added half of another pack of the onion-mushroom mix and I also added a beef cube and it turned out wonderful!
posted:
3/11/2011
It was good, but a little salty. I think it was from the A.1 sauce. The meat was very tender!
posted:
3/5/2011
Very easy to put together. I used a pork roast instead of beef & BBQ sauce instead of A1. Yummy. Leftovers good for sandwiches. Will make again!
posted:
2/27/2011
I used a venison roast, which was so tender, and scrumptious! I also added red wine to recipe, which made into a lovely reduction.
posted:
2/21/2011
Yummy...perfect when your working & want to come home to a nice smelling kitchen! I added a can of cream of mushroom soup with the 1st 3 ingrediants. Enjoy :o)
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