My mama cooked many a chuck roast when we were growing up. In fact, I think that’s about the only cut of beef we ever had except an occasional steak and of course, hamburgers. So, I know my way around a chuck roast. I’ve been cooking them in the crockpot and they do great in there, coming out tender and juicy.
But, when I saw that Ree, The Pioneer Woman had a good-looking recipe for pot roast using the chuck cut, I had to try it. Slow cooked in the oven is always good.
And yep, I have to say, it’s every bit as delish and easy as she describes it to be right there in her recipes. Go on over and grab it if you’d like to try it for yourself. I followed her instructions and it came out tantalizingly delish.
Comfort food, oh man YES! Do you like chuck roasts? Which roast is your fave? We like ’em all. 🙂
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I made PW’s pot roast last weekend and it was delish. Of course, I had to fiddle with it to make it my own. A little worcestershire sauce and ketchup in the mix.
I have another chuck roast in the freezer. I think I’ll go take it out now for dinner tomorrow. 🙂
I have tried this a while back and I thought it needed more seasoning. But you know us southern girls, we kinda like our seasoning:) I am cooking my way through her book and blogging about it every Tuesday. (me and a friend)
I ate with my Mother tonight and she had made a delicious pot roast too. Such comfort food!!! I have heard so many good things about the Pioneer Woman’s Cookbook. I can’t wait to take a look at it. Happy Easter!! Love & blessings from NC!
I absolutely love this recipe!! Pot Roast and a hearty side dish is my favorite type of meal. When making pot roasts for dinner, I would recommend trying grass fed Black Angus beef. It is absolutely delicious and a healthier option. I work with La Cense Beef and because our beef is 100% grass fed it is higher in omega 3 acids and lower in calorie and fat as opposed to traditional grain fed beef. Try grass fed Black Angus Beef and you will be able to taste an even bigger difference!