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Slow-Cooker New England Pot Roast

Slow-Cooker New England Pot Roast recipe
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It takes just 10 minutes to get this meal into the slow cooker in the morning. When you come home: New England-style pot roast, ready to serve!
10 min
8 hr 10 min
10 servings
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The meat and the vegetables turned out great, and it smelled delicious while it was cooking, but the sauce was quite spicy with a "bite" to it. I guess being from New England, I expected more of a New England flavor...beefy, but not so peppery. Sorry, won't be using this again and it makes me hesitant to try the other varities.
This was really good and super easy to make.
I LOVED this recipe. Super easy to make and was a big hit at my house. It was simply delicious. I was worried the meat would dry out so I added a little water (just enough to coat the bottom of the slow cooker) Can't wait to try other recipes with this sauce combinations.
I was really disappointed in this. The roast was fine, but the gravy flavor was not to my liking at all. Almost a medicine taste. Would not buy this product again.
This turned out fantastic. I especially loved the gravy, I have made gravy in a crock pot before with my roast but I loved the taste of this much better. Taste was great and the consistency was perfect.Will be trying another Recipe Maker tonight, chicken this time.
I made this recipe with the beef, carrots, potatoes and onion in the slow cooker. My husband and I really liked it and I would make it again. We are big meat eaters so the portions of vegetables and gravy went way further than the beef roast. No problem, I just froze the extra gravy and vegetables separately for another meal when I cook beef again.
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