Monday, November 4, 2019

Missouri Pot Roast

This post may contain affiliate links.

I’m sure that most, if not all of you, have heard of the slow cooker recipe for Mississippi Pot Roast. Here is my version, named for my state that we all found to be absolutely delicious. I went for low sodium -- not that you would notice -- lighter on the butter, as well as fewer peppers, to give it flavor, without heat, because not everyone (perhaps your grandmother) likes their Sunday roast spicy. Hearty, warming, and intensely flavorful, this is a keeper.
Missouri Pot Roast

1 3-4 lb. chuck roast, trimmed
1 packet (3 T.)
Ranch Dressing Mix
1 T. Better Than Bouillon Reduced Sodium Beef Base
2 whole Melissa’s Pickled JalapeƱos
6 T. unsalted butter

Place all ingredients, in the order given, into a crockpot. Cook on high for 5-6 hours, or low for 8 hours. Serve on a mound of whipped potatoes.


Rustown Mom said...

That looks incredible! I have been hankering for a good pot roast and now that the weather is cooperating, its time to make this!

Thelma said...

I use my slow cooker for beef and pork roasts all the time. Your recipe looks delicious.

Linda said...

Looks really good Pattie. I bet your house guests loved it. :D
I love Better Than Bouillon and just bought the beef version two days ago. I think it is so much better than those packets or the cartons! said...

Ranch dressing seems to be making its way into so many recipes these days! I would have never thought to pair it with beef! I love to use Better than Bouillon, great stuff! Looks so good Pattie!

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

This sounds wonderful!!!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your version sounds perfect, Pattie. I love using Better Than Bouillon.