Pot Roast w/Carrots, Potatoes, & Onion
3-4 Pound Chuck Roast
4 TB Olive Oil
1 1/2 Pounds Baby Carrots
2 1/2 Pound small Red Skin Potatoes
1 Small Onion
2 Stalks Celery
4 tsp Beef Bouillon Powder
Morton Nature's Seasonings: Seasoning Blend
Coarse Ground Black Pepper
1 # Amish Style Egg Noodles
Take out the roast, put it on a clean surface such as a cutting board rub in two TB of olive oil on the roast. Get a heavy bottomed stock pot put about 2 TB of olive oil in pan. Season roast with Seasoning Blend, Garlic Powder, and coarse ground Black Pepper to taste. Let seasoned roast rest. Turn heat on to stock pot and prep vegetables. Chop onions, quarter potatoes, chop the celery, and rinse carrots.
When oil is smoking slightly in stock pot, place seasoned roast in pan to sear it and seal in the flavors and juices. Turning ever 4-5 minutes with a pair of tongues being careful to not pierce the meat. Sear all sides including the edges. Spray the crock pot with PAM to assist in cleaning later and turn on high.
Once seared, remove from heat and finish preparing the vegetables. Put in one cup of hot water and 1 1/2 tsp of bouillon into crock pot, stir to dissolve. Place half the vegetables into the crock pot, reserving carrots.
Season vegetables with the seasonings used proir. Place seasoned meat onto the bed of vegetables you just made and then add all the carrots around the seasoned meat. Then add the remaining onion and potatoes. Once again season the vegetables and place 2 tsp of bouillon on top by sprinkling over. Then pour water over to rinse the vegetables, enough water to not quite cover the meat. Leave on high about 40-50 minutes, then place temp on low to finish.
Should take 6-8 hrs total.
You can check periodically or leave on while you are at work, attempt to not pierce the meat other than when using a meat thermometer.
Once you decide it is completed, with Beef it should be 130 degrees F for rare, 140/medium, and 150 for well, remove from crock pot, cover losely with aluminum foil and let rest.
(Meat will continue cooking and temp may rise an additional 10 degrees while resting. This also allows the juices to properly distribute)
Place vegetables into a bowl and keep warm, drizzling with some of the pan juices for flavor and moisture. reserving juices in the crockpot to make the fresh pan gravy, placing crock pot on high. Taste to see if you desire to add more bouillon for additional beef flavor. Season to taste, you want it to be strong, never salty. Bring to a boil. (if it will not boil, place stock into a sauce pan on the stovetop.)
Take a 1/2 cup of warm water and disolve 1 tsp of flour or corn stach. Slowly stir into the beef stock and stir frequently until a full boil is acheived. Reduce heat to a fast simmer, continue to stir frequently until desired consistance is achieved.
Serving suggestion: You may serve the vegetable as is or mash the potatoes.
Amish style Egg Noodles
Amish style Egg Noodles
To mash the potaotes:
Mashed Redskin Potatoes
Seperate potatoes from carots, onions, & celery.
Mash with a potato masher.
Add enough cream or 1/2 & 1/2 to thin out.
Add 2 TB butter.
Season to taste with Sea Salt & Pepper. (Garlic & Parsley if desired)