I got some meat from the local game farm, I have cooked a lot of pot roast and all I can say is that this is something else. The best roast I have ever tasted. I got the meat about 3 1/2 pounds, I used the recipe I found on your web site, and it was absolute perfection. I was able to cook this all day in my slow cooker. It is one of the best roast meat recipes, I have ever made. Thanks for posting this recipe. I will definitely make this one again.
This is one of the best roast recipes I have ever tasted. I got the meat about 3 1/2 pounds, I used the recipe I found on your web site, and it was absolute perfection. I was able to cook this all day in my slow cooker.
Thank you so much, this recipe is amazing! I usually cook roasts around 6 hours but just decided to cut it a little short and at 3 hours it was perfect! I will be making this for years to come!
The first time I did this, I was not so happy with the results. I thought it was just me not getting the recipe right. I tried it again. I changed ingredients and cooking method. I looked up reviews on the internet. I read the comments here on the blog. I realized that the problem was not with my recipe or my ingredients…I had not filled the pot completely. I guess I have been so focused on this roast being ready for my family, that I didn’t realize that the filling of the pot must be all the way up to the top!
I cooked this roast on high pressure for 3 hours in an “all in one” cooker. I had a (seemingly) stuck valve and after contacting the manufacturer, I was advised to shut off the cooker and turn it on the stove. That did the trick. I cooked it for another 30 minutes on stovetop. I think I can do without the last 30 minutes in the slow cooker.
The first time I made this recipe, I followed the recipe exactly. The second time I added some sun dried tomatoes that I had on hand. The final result was outstanding! I ended up using the turkey on Christmas Day for Christmas Dinner. I served it with some gnocchi and roasted Brussels sprouts. 827ec27edc