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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.
10 min
8 hr 10 min
10 servings
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YUCK! It didn't look like a very good recipe, but I had all the ingredients, so I gave it a try. Threw it out and made grilled cheese sandwiches that night. BTW, who is "the cook"? I've never seen so many wildly contrasting reviews on every recipe! I've counted as many 7-8 reviews on one recipe, rating "loved it", "hated it" and everything in between!
Tasted ok. I needed to add more seasoning to it at the end, since it was not very flavorful. I used 2 tablespoon of A1 instead of a 1/2 cup as suggested. I would probably not try this recipe again. There's got to be something better out there to try.
This is the best pot roast I have ever had, my husband said the same and my kids devoured it. Definitely worthy of 5 stars. I didn't even need a knife to cut the meat it was so tender. I cooked it on high for 6 hours then put it on low for 2 hours. I served it with buttermilk biscuits.
This is delicious and so easy to prepare.
By far the best pot roast I've ever had! Ingrediants are simple and low cost! I spent about $25 (I had to double the recipe for our big family!) and I have left overs for me and someone tomorrow! Will definetly cook again!
I've made this recipe numerous time. For my family, for friends and tonight-for myself to portion out over the week as work meals. SO GOOD. EVERYTIME. However-I do combine this recipe with another Kraft foods recipe-"Slow Cooker Market Fresh Pot Roast" I use 3 lb beef, onion soup mix, A1, beef broth, a splash (or glass!) of red wine, some minced garlic and the potatoes and carrots. If I cook for more-of course I will get a bigger cut of beef and and more veggies. This recipe is always delish and I'm always asked for the recipe. This is SO easy. Tonight after it was done cooking, I pulled the potatoes and carrots out and mashed them with some of the au jus and some savory garlic Philly cream cheese and wowza. I don't know why people rate this recipe as awful bc I truly love to make and eat this recipe!!!!
I changed a few things up after reading the reviews about the A1 taking over the flavor. I reduced the A1 to 2 tbs and used 1 can of beef broth rather than water. It was great. My husband commented several times how good it was so with those alterations - this one is a keeper for my family.
This was horrible. It leave a bad taste in your mouth. I had four diffrent people try this and none of them would eat more than 2 bites. I had to dump it out, and I LOVE A1. Just could not belive how awful this was!!! Do NOT make it!!
I did a little tweaking to fit my family, but it is a good basic recipe and was well received.
the best pot roast I've had in a long time. Needed a little more seasoning but perfect for a cool fall supper.
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