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    In a conversation earlier amongst friends we were discussing differences in roast recipes. Most required the use of the crock pot but that is not necessary. We want to see your roast recipe to see how many variations there really are! Let's see 'em ladies!

    Here is mine:
    Crock Pot
    1 T of oil
    Salt
    Pepper
    Garlic Powder
    Baby Carrots
    Potatoes
    Onions
    Roast

    Throw it all in and let the pot do the work!
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    Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Roast

    Pork Roast and half a bottle of BBQ sauce (we use kraft orig because its soy free), a little pepper.

    To serve it as a roast I put it on for the 4-6 hr, pulled pork sandwiches I go for 6-8. YUM! And can you get easier?
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    Crock pot roast

    ! piece of beef
    1 tin cream of mushroom soup
    1packet french onion soup
    red wine (optional)

    Throw it all in the crock pot and cook.

    When I do a roast normally I put it in an oven bag and it stays lovely and moist or I use my ezycook
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    Pot Roast:

    Pot roast meat, rub with olive oil and TONS of seasonings, brown in skillet on stove (just the outside), yes it's a PITA, no it's not necessary, but it's YUMMY Just adds more flavor.
    Put in crock pot with onion soup mix, water and let simmer till nearly ready.

    When it's almost ready, put int carrots, onions and potatoes (red or B potatoes work best for size). Add one can of tomato paste and continue to cook till veggie are done. Depending on how mushy you want your veggies will depend on how early you want to put them in.

    Serve and YUM!
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    Pot Roast or in the Slow Cooker

    Combine flour with salt and pepper. Cover the roast in flour mixture and brown on all sides in 1/4 cup melted butter. Place roast in slow cooker or roasting pan. I also add in potatoes, carrots, and zuchinni. Deglaze pan with 1/4 cup of wine (white or red) and pour over roast.

    Combine:
    -a can of cream of celery/mushroom soup
    -a packet of onion soup mix
    -1/2 cup of wine (white or red)
    -desired seasonings (I like the roast packet seasonings)
    Pour over roast and cook as desired.
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    The last roast I made came out very dry, so I will not post the recipe here. LOL. But thanks for the ideas~I never imagined using onion soup mix! I will have to try it...
    ~Pamela~


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    beef roast
    1t veg oil
    salt & pepper
    onion
    carrots
    potatos
    3T Worcestershire
    1 can cream of mushroom soup
    1c water
    beef bouillon

    brown beef in veg oil, dissolve bouillon in water
    throw everything in crock pot cook on low for 8-10 hours the liquid in the pot is perfect gravy

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    For roast beef, all I do is season with salt and pepper and put it in the oven at 350 until cooked to the prefered doneness (in my house, that would be medium rare).

    For roast pork loin, I make a rub with olive oil, salt, pepper, thyme, oregano, and basil. Then rub the mix on the fat side of the loin, place the roast into the oven at 500 for 10 minutes, then turn the oven down to 350 until the meat has reached 150F, then let it sit for 10 minutes covered in foil.
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    mine is very much like the first recipe, from Christine. I use regular carrots, cut up in chunks, never less than a pound. One time I did brown it first, but usually I just put it in as is.
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    Roast Pork Fillet:
    Chop some apples and rub them with some olive oil and oregano (I just use dried). Make slits in the pork fillet, rub it with olive oil and stick the apples into the slits. Wrap in tinfoil and then bake at a medium heat until it is done to your specification.

    Roast Chicken:
    I rub it with peri peri spices and throw it in the crockpot!
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