Savory Slow-Cooked Pot Roast
While we're all about surf and turf for Valentine's Day, a classic pot roast is romantic in its own way as well—tender, comforting, and full of flavor. Treat your special someone to a night of sweet nostalgia with this simple and easy recipe. BONUS: Keep reading to find out how you can get most of the ingredients FREE as well with our latest Fast Feast!
 
A delicious savory slow-cooked pot roast on a dinner plate.
Visit your local Brookshire Brothers for all your pot roast needs!
 

Savory Slow-Cooked Pot Roast

Prep: 10 min | Cook: 4 hrs | Yield: 10 servings | 297 calories

*Recipe courtesy of our vendor partner McCormick
 

Ingredients

    • 2 1/2 to 3 pounds boneless chuck roast (for the richest taste) or boneless rump roast well-trimmed (for lower fat)
    • 1 1/2 cups cut-up or baby carrots
    • 1 1/2 cups cut-up potatoes 
    • 1 cup cut-up celery 
    • 1 cup cut-up onions 
    • 1 package McCormick Slow Cookers Savory Pot Roast Seasoning*
    • 1 to 1 1/2 cup water or beef broth

*Possible substitution:

    • 2 (10.75-ounce) cans condensed cream of mushroom soup
    • 1 (1-ounce) packet dry onion soup mix
 Serve with canned veggies, brown-n-serve rolls, and/or any other sides you enjoy! 
 

Directions 

  • Place beef and vegetables in slow cooker.
  • Mix pot roast seasoning mix and water (or broth) until blended. Pour over beef and vegetables. Cover. You can substitute the seasoning mix with the condensed soups and onion soup mix listed above. For this version, combine the condensed soups, onion soup mix, and water or broth. Follow all other directions as stated.
  • Cook 8 hours on LOW or 4 hours on HIGH. Remove roast and vegetables to serving platter. Stir sauce before serving.

But wait, there's MORE!!  

We've prepared a feast of savings perfect for this delicious dish—don't miss out!
 
In the background, there is a delicious pot roast dinner on a plate. The Fast Feast deal and savings are listed in the foreground.
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Fast Feast: Buy 1, CHOOSE ANY 4 FREE

February 13 through February 26, 2019
 
When you buy one (1) Beef or Pork Roast (3.5 lbs or more, your choice), you can choose any four of these foods FREE. **NOTE: You can mix and match, or you can get four of the same free item. It's whatever combination you prefer!**
 
1 - Food Club Canned Vegetables (14.5-15.25 oz, select varieties)
1 - McCormick Slow Cookers Pot Roast Seasoning Mix (1.3 oz)
1 - Food Club Broth (14.5 oz, Beef or Chicken)
1 - Food Club Onion Soup Mix (2 oz)
1 - Fresh Harvest or Oven Pride Brown 'n Serve Rolls (10 oz)
1 - Baby Peeled Carrots (2 lb bag)
1 - Handi-Foil Cook-N-Carry Aluminum Pan (1-3 pk)
 
Save fast and feast big TODAY—find a store near you. Can't find one of these items? Talk to your local store director!
 
Build Your Own Taco Bar

Crunchy or soft...beef or chicken...make your taco how you like it! Invite your friends, neighbors and family over for everyone's favorite, taco night!

Planning & Preparation

  • Get a head count. Once everyone RSVPs, start a list of who will bring what. Sides are easy for one couple/family, but you may suggest for two couples or families to split the cost of the meat. We're planning for a large crowd, so you don't want someone to feel overwhelmed!
  • Have variety. Your hot scale may be totally different than mine. So have mild, medium, and hot salsas available for everyone. Having a variety of flour, corn, and flavored tortillas and taco shells can be fun too. 
  • Embrace the theme. If you're planning the food to such detail, don't leave out the decor and drinks! Run to your local Brookshire Brothers or David's and grab some balloons and margarita mix. While you're out, try to find some fun margarita glasses too. You can send them home as a party favor, or keep them for your next taco night!

The Setup

  • Be strategic and create a flow. When your guests arrive, have a cocktail area where they can mingle and socialize before moving on to the food.
  • Invest in heavy duty! Let's be honest...everyone's eyes will be bigger than their stomachs. If you're going for paper and plastic, invest in heavy duty plates. 
  • Labels are important. Make sure you have labels in front of each station and/or food item. We wouldn't want anyone to confuse "mild" and "hot" salsa!

Enjoy 

You did it! You made your taco the way you want it and enjoyed your company along the way. Taco Tuesday may be when everyone wants tacos, but don't limit yourself to one day a week! Make taco night any night you're craving something salty and savory.