Chuck roast is an ideal choice for a slow-cooked pot roast. Its tougher texture breaks down over time, making it both flavorful and affordable for any slow cooker beef dinner. But what can you do with leftovers from such a hearty meal?
This easy Crock Pot Chuck Roast recipe transforms beef into a succulent dish with roasted potatoes, carrots, and onions. The result is so tender and flavorful, you’ll be amazed at its simplicity. The roast always turns out moist and juicy, cooked alongside vegetables like carrots, onion, celery, and potatoes.
For a twist, you can cut your chuck roast into uniform chunks to reduce cooking time. Searing the beef before placing it in the crockpot also adds a deeper flavor. You can incorporate additional vegetables, such as parsnips, corn, green beans, or peas, to tailor the dish to your liking.
Key ingredients include a boneless beef rump or chuck roast, canola oil, red wine, beer, beef broth, or water for deglazing, and medium carrots cut into thirds. The recipe is simple yet offers room for creativity and personalization.
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