Versatile Beef Pot Roast Recipe

Author Or Recipe byNancy Jo Bateman
Yields6 Servings
 2 lbs Beef Chuck Roast
 2 tbsp Cooking Oil
 1 tbsp Coarse SaltAdd more or less to taste
 ½ tbsp PepperAdd more or less to taste
 2 tbsp GarlicChopped
 1 OnionRoughly Chopped
 2 lbs Small Red Potatoes
 1 lb Baby Carrots
 Beef Broth If Desired for Gravy or Au Jus
1

Sear the chuck roast in a pan with the oil. Get the oil nice and hot and brown all sides of the chuck roast. Season with salt and pepper to taste while searing.

2

Place the chopped garlic and onion on the bottom of the crock pot.

3

Once seared, place the chuck roast on top of the garlic and onion in the crock pot.

4

Place carrots, potatoes and broth (if desired) on top and around the beef in the crock pot.

5

Cook on high for four to six hours or low for eight hours. Roast is done when you can twist a fork in it and it shreds nicely. Potatoes and carrots will be cooked and easy to cut with a fork. Enjoy as is or serve with green beans or another side vegetable and/or bun.

6

Cooking Tip: You can double the recipe to have more leftovers to create at least three to four more recipes for the week!

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Ingredients

 2 lbs Beef Chuck Roast
 2 tbsp Cooking Oil
 1 tbsp Coarse SaltAdd more or less to taste
 ½ tbsp PepperAdd more or less to taste
 2 tbsp GarlicChopped
 1 OnionRoughly Chopped
 2 lbs Small Red Potatoes
 1 lb Baby Carrots
 Beef Broth If Desired for Gravy or Au Jus

Directions

1

Sear the chuck roast in a pan with the oil. Get the oil nice and hot and brown all sides of the chuck roast. Season with salt and pepper to taste while searing.

2

Place the chopped garlic and onion on the bottom of the crock pot.

3

Once seared, place the chuck roast on top of the garlic and onion in the crock pot.

4

Place carrots, potatoes and broth (if desired) on top and around the beef in the crock pot.

5

Cook on high for four to six hours or low for eight hours. Roast is done when you can twist a fork in it and it shreds nicely. Potatoes and carrots will be cooked and easy to cut with a fork. Enjoy as is or serve with green beans or another side vegetable and/or bun.

6

Cooking Tip: You can double the recipe to have more leftovers to create at least three to four more recipes for the week!

Versatile Beef Pot Roast Recipe

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