Beef Pot Roast
The aroma of pot roast cooking on the stove is almost as wonderful as the first tender taste. From Yankee to Southern to crockpot versions, these easy recipes make a pot roast as good as, if not better, than Mom's.
Lemon peel and dried apricot add interest to this tasty roast. This no-fuss, one-pot meal is a great choice for busy weekdays.
Add sweetness and tenderness to an inexpensive cut of beef by simmering in a slow cooker with apple juice and mixed dried fruit.
Red wine, dill pickles, and mustard flavor this slow cooker beef roast.
Slow cooker pot roast is a dinner standard in many kitchens. This recipe uses bottled French salad dressing to make it even more convenient, quick, and delicious.
For a modern take on down-home pot roast, cook the meat in an Indian-spiced gravy and top with biscuits.
Chopped onion, celery and carrot act as an edible, flavor-boosting roasting rack for the juicy pot roast.
This recipe adds apples, parsnips, dried plums, and a savory rub of garlic, sage, and cayenne pepper to classic pot roast.
Rich tastes come together in this satisfying mix of wine-braised beef and celery root puree.
Pot roast with vegetables is a good meal if you're a beginner cook, and it's even easier when you use your slow cooker.
Slow-cooking intensifies the flavor in this beef-bean-and-vegetable stew.
Seasoned beef brisket is cooked with vegetables in a tomato sauce for this hearty dinner.
Roasted fennel and mushrooms add big flavor to classic beef pot roast.
The umami level of this soup is off the charts, thanks to the pot roast, red wine and portobello mushrooms.
Adapt this beef pot roast recipe to whatever fresh vegetables are in season.
If you usually make chili with ground beef, try chuck roast for a change. This is a perfect slow cooker main dish recipe for the busy Christmas season.
For a fast 30-minute dinner, cooked pot roast gets a boost of subtle sweetness with dark sweet cherries. Serve it over mashed potatoes for a comfort food meal.
Simmer or bake this budget-friendly cut of beef and nutritious root vegetables. Then make flavorful gravy with the pan juices for a hearty one pan, one dish meal.