Now, there’s really not anything milk or egg-free about this recipe. It’s just a really good recipe. LOL. So, I had to share it with y’all. You can thank me later. (*wink, wink*) It really is delicious! It is soooo tender and juicy and effortless. I mean other than chopping up the veggies, it really is minimal work. The sauce is a recipe I’ve added to and taken away from, which I found on allrecipes.com, and I cannot for the life of me remember the name of the contributor (but shout-out to you girl !)
Now, for this recipe I utilized my good ol’ crockpot/slow cooker. Admittedly, the crockpot has not necessarily produced the best results in the past. That’s probably less about the device, and more about the person operating the device…(*side-eye*) The thing I’ve noticed is that I just can’t seem to get it right…either the food is overdone and dried out, or watery and under-seasoned. That’s until now…I finally got it right! Well, pot roast anyway. My husband loved this! And he always calls whatever I cook in the slow cooker a “crockpot creation”. He hates when I cook in the slow cooker, cuz’ it never turns out right! This time he scarfed his food down and even said that this is the best “crockpot creation” I ever made. LOL. He’s so funny!
Anyhoooooo, definitely get a good cut of meat. I bought a 2.5 lb cut of chuck roast.
Ain’t it purrrrty??? It really was a beautiful cut of meat. Cheers to a super-easy, super-tasty crockpot meal !
Use “Mommy’s Meat Seasoning” of course, throw in some chopped veggies, make the sauce right in a measuring cup and set-it and forget-it ! (that’s so cliché) (*another side-eye*)
Pot Roast-serves about 4
- 2-3 lbs. cut of roasting meat (I used chuck)
- Mommy’s Meat Seasoning
- 1/2 yellow onion, sliced
- 1/2 green pepper, sliced
- 1/4 cup of Soy Sauce
- 4 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce (I use Annie’s cuz’ it’s Vegan)
- 3 tbsp. of water
- a splash of oil
- a dash of sugar (of course)
Here we go….
Season your meat thoroughly to your taste and put it in the crockpot. Mix together the soy, and worcestershire sauces with the oil and water and sugar. Add your sliced veggies to the crockpot and pour the sauce mixture over it.
Cook on high for 4.5 hours, or low for 6-7 hours.
Serve with white rice and Voila! Soooooo good!
Okay, here’s a real close-up of the meat.
Go on and grab you a fork full !