Home-Style Pot Roast

4 of 5
(27 ratings)
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3
Servings6

Tender, beefy pot roast made in the slow cooker

Ingredients
  • PAM® Original No-Stick Cooking Spray
  • 2 pounds boneless beef chuck, cut into large pieces
  • 1 can (14.5 oz each) Hunt's® Stewed Tomatoes, undrained
  • 1 pkg (1.5 oz each) beef stew seasoning mix

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Directions
  1. Spray inside of slow cooker with cooking spray; combine remaining ingredients in slow cooker.
  2. Cover; cook on LOW 8 hours or on HIGH 4 hours or until meat is tender.
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Nutrition Information
Calories: 387 View complete nutrition information
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Ginny May 02, 2017

I've made this many times and everyone loves it! So easy and delicious. I use two cans of stewed tomatoes and I've used beef stew and pot roast seasoning. Either seasoning is good.

Goldfinch January 30, 2016

This has become a favorite in our house, so simple to make. We find we like it better with a packet of Pot Roast seasoning, seems to give it a better flavor than the beef stew seasoning.

Tom Perrone October 12, 2015

In response to Cookie's concerns about natural ingredients, one could replicate the ingredients using natural ones: - Check the contents of canned stewed tomatoes - I think the major ones are tomatoes, celery and onion. Buy fresh and chop up. Add freshly grown (or dried seasonings, too, used in canned stewed tomatoes) - Look at a package of beef stew seasoning mix and replicate the ingredients using fresh one or from your own supply of dried herbs and spices. - Other readers' suggestions for a little red wine, fresh natural potatoes, and carrots could also be employed. Doing all this would reduce reliance on "chemicals" and produce a more "natural" dish -- at the expense of convenience, of course.....

Heather September 09, 2015

No liquid added when cooking?? Does the meat get dryed out?

naya April 27, 2013

will definitely be making this again! everyone loved it!

TimmAY March 29, 2013

You can add potatoes, carrots and some wine. Kicks it up a knotch. This is a great meal if you're single. Lasts for days. Very hearty. Good with egg noodles.