Sunday, February 19, 2012

Pot Roast

Pot roast is one of the first and easiest meals I learned to cook. I have yet to find a good recipe for the seasoning, so I'm still using McCormick. (If you have one, LET ME KNOW!!). So here's the directions on how to make an awesome meal in a just a few, short, steps. 

{one 2 - 3 pound roast}
{Salt and Pepper}
{McCormick seasoning or your own recipe}
{a small bag of baby carrots}
{1 LARGE onion}
{a few handfuls of red potatoes}
{a cup of water}

Start by turning your crock-pot on low. Place your roast in the pot and rub with seasoning, pouring 1 cup of water over meat gradually. Once seasoning is all rubbed in, place a lid on the crock-pot. Peel your onion and cut into fourths, set aside. Wash you carrots, set aside. Wash your potatoes, then cut into fourths. Add onion, carrots and potatoes. Salt and pepper. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Adding water as needed. Server with warm dinner rolls and honey butter. 

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