Lone Star Pot Roast
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 2 hours
Loved it. Tasty and delicious. Will definitely make again. Added rice to the crockpot last 20 minutes for an easy all in one meal.
Wow, hubby and I loved this. It has a nice spiciness which we both enjoyed. Served it with mashed potatoes and the next day as sandwiches. I almost used a can of jalapenos instead of green chilies but was glad I didn't because the heat level with the taco seasoning was perfect. Yum!
This was surprisingly tasty and easy to make. I cooked it slowly on the stove top, about 3 1/2 hourse and it was so tender. I will try it with a pork roast next for delicious carne tacos.
Delicious! Made per the recipe and cooked on the stove, and it was done in two hours using a 3 lb. rump roast.
This was a real hit with our family! I did it in the crockpot. I added garlic, left out the sugar and flour, and made my own taco seasoning... but the meat was tender and flavorful! Definitely will make it again! Also, if you added veggies, this would make a fabulous soup.
Very tasty roast. I fixed it in my electric skillet and it turned out great. However, the gravy was way too thick and I had to add and add water to thin it out enough to use. It was different and we liked it. A keeper.
I had very high expectations given all of the 5 stars, but I found this recipe simply o.k. In my humble opinion, nothing beats 10 hours on low in the slow cooker where the meat comes out so very tender. The meat was rather tough but it could have been the cut I purchased. I will stick to slow cookers for roasts and use my dutch oven for smaller cuts of meat.
This was GREAT! Only got a small pot roast, since there are only 3 of us, but next time I'll get a larger roast for the leftover shredded sandwiches! The gravy was awesome, too!
Very good if you like your meat a little spicy. Great sliced and served with mashed potatoes or shredded and served with tortillas!