Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Pot Roast

After eating turkey and all of the leftovers, the family was ready for something else.  Being busy getting ready for Christmas, I decided on making a pot roast for dinner.  Usually, I make the roast in the cock pot but I found a great recipe from The Pioneer Woman.

You start by browning your veggies in a Dutch oven.   Once the veggies are browned, remove them from the pan and brown your roast.  When browned, remove your roast from the pan and deglaze your pan.  You want to scrape up all those brown bits that are loaded with flavor.  Place the roast back in the pan and add enough stock to cover the roast halfway.  Add the veggies and the herbs and cook in oven until done.

When the roast is done remove it from the oven and place on a serving platter surrounded by all the delicious veggies.

The meat is so moist and flavorful it practically melts in your mouth.  The veggies are wonderful too.  A great family meal cooked in one pot. 

1 comment:

  1. I have never made or had a pot roast..this seems relatively easy and fuss free to prepare.