Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Dinner from the Slow Cooker

Blaze (my CrockPot) is finally starting to redeem herself and  put out some good dinners. The holiday craziness is overwhelming my house, so no work dinners are definitely coming in handy!

Yesterday I decided to cook one of the chuck roasts that were featured in last weeks grocery ads. I used the French Dip recipe that I posted last week. I can absolutely see why this is one of the most popular dishes from my batch parties. It was great!


This the seasoned roast from the the freezer hanging out by Blaze and getting ready to get to work.


Step one- Dump in the roast and the rest of the contents of the bag

Step two - cover




Yummy cooked roast




Step 3 - Shred the cooked meat and put on sandwich bread-



Make sure to serve with the cooking juices.



This was a great dinner the family loved and it was as easy as PB&J!

7 comments:

Big Fat Gini said...

Um. Yum.

Carolyn said...

Wow, looks good! I've had trouble finding good crockpot recipes but this one might be a keeper!

Diethood.com said...

This sounds great! I always want to use my crock pot, but I can't come up with anything so thanks for sharing this!

Danielle said...

That sandwich looks sooo good. You have leftovers for lunch right? What time should I show up?

Lala said...

Wow! Nice and simple. Love it! I will try doing that myself.

Alisa said...

This is why I love my slowcooker too!sometimes I sear the meat first before I put everything in.I came across your site from the foodieblogroll and I'd love to guide Foodista readers to your site. I hope you could add this slow cooker widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged about slow cooker recipes,Thanks!

Elizabeth said...

Alisa- I added the widget and thanks! I can wait to check out the Foodista site.