I love walking into my home after a long day and smelling this lovely pot roast. You can add potatoes and carrots to round out the meal, and the leftover meat makes a comforting soup for the next night. —Susan Burkett, Monroeville, Pennsylvania
It is hard to believe that this mouthwatering pot roast comes together so easily. Amy Lingren from Jacksonville, Florida relies on dill weed, cider vinegar and a simple sour cream sauce to flavor the entree.—Amy Lingren, Jacksonville, Florida
"I grew up eating pot roast but disliked it until I go this recipe at a church social and changed a few ingredients," shares Patricia Gasmund of Rockford, Illinois. "My 7-year-old especially enjoys the seasoned 'apple gravy'."
“I’m always collecting recipes from newspapers and magazines, and this one just sounded too good not to try!” You’ll love the slow cooker convenience and the blend of healthful ingredients and aromatic spices.
Karen Burdell - Lafayette, Colorado
Slow-simmered and seasoned with rosemary, mustard and thyme, this tender and tasty pot roast is so easy to make and always a hit. Substitute burgundy or brandy plus a half cup of water for the broth…the aroma is wonderful! —Jeannie Klugh, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Ginger Menzies of Steamboat Springs, Colorado often makes this zippy roast when expecting dinner guests. “It gives me time to visit and everyone always enjoys it-even my friend who's a chef,” she says.
I've long used whole or ground cloves as my secret ingredient in cooking and baking. Added to an overnight marinade, they provide the gravy in this meaty main dish with great flavor. —Marijane Rea of Milwaukie, Oregon
"I grew up eating pot roast but disliked it until I got this recipe and changed a few ingredients," says Patricia Gasmund from Rockford, Illinois. "My 7-year old especially loves the seasoned apple gravy."