Pot Roast


submitted by 1bets1 {1 Recipe}


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  • Prep Time:
    30 Mins
  • Cook Time:
    3 Hrs
  • Total Prep + Cook Time:
    3 Hrs 30 Mins
  • Level:
Pot Roast

Makes: 6 Servings

Description: This is one of the first comfort foods I make when the weather starts getting cooler. Left overs are great, so no waste either!

1  2-3 lb bottom round roast
1  Med onion, chopped in quarters
1/4 cup  Red wine vinegar

Instructions: Pour canola oil to cover bottom of large pot. Sear all sides of roast until the whole thing is browned all over, to seal in juices. Add onion, salt, and vinegar. Add water to cover about half the roast. Cover with lid, but leave it cracked open. Cook on medium low flame for about 3 hours, but flip the roast half way through. Periodically check water level. Remove from pot, and let set for about 30 minutes before cutting. Use the liquid in the pot to make gravy. Slice roast and enjoy.

Recent Comments

  • Author image By Canterburyc10
    Feb 17, 2017   Edit

    Looks amazing, going to have to try this ty

  • Author image By PROUDMOMMY3FORLIFE
    Feb 01, 2017   Edit

    Pot roast is my absolute favorite thanks so much for a wonderful recipe.

  • Author image By Ajlynn33
    Apr 02, 2016   Edit

    Love pot roast. This makes it so easy.

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