INFO: Trad Archery for Bowhunters

Author Topic: Basic Crock Pot Roast  (Read 280 times)

Offline Chinook

  • Trad Bowhunter
  • **
  • Posts: 78
Basic Crock Pot Roast
« on: June 22, 2010, 05:01:00 PM »
Here is another basic crock pot roast receipie that goes good with deer or elk.  I'm getting to the bottom of my freezer now - cleaning up the last roasts, etc.  Try it, you'll like it.  Chinook

Pot Roast with Noodles
2 to 2 1/2    lb.    roast
1    tbsp.    cooking oil
2    med.    carrots, coarsely chopped
2    ribs    celery, sliced (1 cup)
1    med.    onion, sliced
2    tsp.    minced garlic
1    can    Italian-style stewed tomatoes (141/2 oz.)
1    can    Italian-style tomato paste (6 oz.)
1    tbsp.    brown sugar
1/2    tsp.    salt
1/4    tsp.    pepper
1       bay leaf
12    oz.    packaged dried medium noodles
•   Trim fat from pot roast. Cut roast, if necessary, to fit into the crock pot. Heat oil in a large skillet. Cook roast in hot oil until brown on all sides. Drain off fat.
•   Place carrots, celery, onion, and garlic in cooker. Place roast on top of vegetables.
•   Combine the undrained tomatoes, the tomato paste, brown sugar, salt, pepper, and bay leaf in a medium bowl. Pour over roast.
•   Cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours – or until done (high 4 to 5 hours). Discard bay leaf. Skim off fat.
•   Cook noodles separately and serve meat and vegetables with noodles.

Offline Mike Most

  • Trad Bowhunter
  • **
  • Posts: 927
Re: Basic Crock Pot Roast
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2010, 09:57:00 PM »

Have you ever added a tablespoon of vinegar to get the sweet sour going??

I like the noodle Idea but I also like to make my own noodles, 1 egg per person, 1/2 tsp of baking powder and flour to mix to dry dough consistency. Then roll out slice, let em dry, cook em over a rolling boil

Yum Yum (I use chicken stock)
"It Shall be Life" (Ten Bears to Josie Wales)
------------------                Michael Most-Adkins Texas

Offline Chinook

  • Trad Bowhunter
  • **
  • Posts: 78
Re: Basic Crock Pot Roast
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2010, 11:27:00 PM »
Yes, I have tried vinegar in a few of my recipes, and it does add a nice flavor.
I have an old, old German farmer stew recipe that has a great sweet-sour flavor, it got me started using vinegar.

Users currently browsing this topic:

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

INFO: Trad Archery for Bowhunters

Contact Us | Trad © | User Agreement

Copyright 2003 thru 2018 ~ Trad ©