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The ultimate comfort food.
THIS WAS SUPERB!!! I used a 3(ish) lb rump roast instead of a 4lb chuck roast and it just fell apart when it was finished. I also used a 1 1/2lb bag of petite multi-colored potatoes instead of the red waxy, and left them whole because they were small enough. I recommend making some biscuits to go along with it too! No other changes were made and let me tell you, it was devoured! Thank you Rick!
Sit SpinDenver, Co12/19/2020@StevenHA Recipe is called "Slow Cooler Pot Roast" not "Dutch Oven Pot Roast". Your method is perfectly fine but not what this recipe was about. Made this several times in my slow cooker on high for 6-7 hours and it's always been amazing.
Ryan K.California11/9/2020Delicious pot roast! Easy to follow recipe. I served it over egg noodles. Everyone loved it!lu.s6/26/2020Best pot roast I've ever made, by far. I added some smoked paprika, a pinch of cumin, and a home made oregano/basil/crush red herb mix to the salt rub and let it go overnight. The rub and rest really seemed to be worth it. I also went heavier on the tomato paste because I had a half can left over from the day before. Served it with brown rice. So good, thank you, Rick! headtopics.com
BlackbeardMass3/19/2020@StevenHA Nowhere in the instructions did it say anything about a dutch oven. 6qt Slow Cooker is what is suggested to cook with. I've made this recipe three times and it gets better and better.AnonymousCalifornia1/6/2020Followed this recipe as written, except used red wine and mustard instead of white wine/tomato paste. 7 hours on high in a 6qt Crock Pot brand slow cooker was perfect! Meat was falling apart and reminded me of mom's (except probably better). So glad that BA offered this as a slow cooker recipe, it is miles better than anything I've seen from slow cooker bloggers.
AnonymousNew York, NY12/9/2019This is delicious, but seriously: 7 hours on HIGH?? I've never heard of anyone cooking anything for 7 hours on high. Maybe if it's a brand cooker that is known to be underpowered, but seriously you want me to cook this on a stove top in a dutch oven on high for 7 hours?? Nope. 7 hours in the oven at 200. THAT'S a slow cook that won't leave you with a piece of shriveled leather. Everything about the rest of the recipe was spot-on and delicious, even the parsnip.
stevenhaDallas10/13/2019This was great! Maybe I'm crazy but 4 lbs of meat seems a little excessive. I just used 1.5lbs and it was plenty enough for me.AnonymousChicago, IL2/6/2019This was so good. I have never cooked with parsnip before and found its flavor and aroma very off-putting, but I think it ended up adding really nice subtlety to the flavor of the stew. The individual bites of it in the stew still tasted weird after slow cooking for 7 hours, but I would still include it in future batches.Read more: Bon Appétit »
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