Melt-in-Your-Mouth Chuck Roast
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 5 hours
Delicious!! Will definitely make this again.
Half cup of ketchup and 3 spoons of brown sugar? Are we making desert?
Chuck/pot roasts are by nature a sinewy muscle meat so if you find it chewy it means you have no cooked it long enough. All slow cookers, like all ovens are different so you have to adjust your cooking time accordingly. And people please...if you know you don’t like sweet, if you know you don’t like “tomatoey” or spice then don’t make the recipe and keep the negativity to yourselves. Great recipe as written. My family LOVED it!
haven't tried it because I cant eat tomatoes and red pepper flakes are too spicy for me. I want to make it but need to alter the recipe. Help
It's not rude to dissect a recipe and articulate why, in your opinion, you don't like it or how to improve it. Chefs will favour some ingredients over others because they prefer them, but that doesn't mean home tasters can't disagree, as everyone has a different opinion. Some haven't even tried it and make comments - which could be considered - rude.
This my go to ROAST. Never a bad meal. Yum, yum, yum
This was super delicious! A bit too spicy for the kids thou, so I guess i'll add less chili flakes the next time. But speaking for myself, it was flawless.
This was definitely too sweet. My husband loved it. I tasted it before serving and started adding lemon juice to tame down and that helped a little. Next time I try a new recipe I will read the reviews to the end and adjust accordingly. The meat was tender enough but just too sweet. I would suggest to anyone else to not add the brown sugar until the end and then start with one teaspoon, not 3 tablespoons. The only thing I did differently besides the lemon juice was I used diced Italian tomatoes not stewed because I didn't realize I had used the wrong tomato until today. That shouldn't have made any difference.
absolutely delicious! The only modification I made was adding baby carrots with the other veegetables.
My Grandma used to make a chuck roast and this recipe is almost the same. I made it for dinner tonight and my 84 year old Mother was dancing in her chair as she ate. My husband had 3 helpings as did I!