Crock Pot Chuck Roast

Crock Pot Chuck Roast

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Easy to fix with only a few minutes preparation time.

"Thanks for the great recipe! The meat was so moist and tender. Put it on low for 10 hours while at work. Great to come home to the wonderful aroma of a home cooked meal without a lot of effort. We don't like onions but I cut up half an onion in big slices on top which gave a great flavor. "

- hollirussell

Top-ranked recipe named "Crock Pot Chuck Roast"

4.8 avg, 22 review(s) 100% would make again

Ingredients

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1 large Beef chuck roast
1 Onion; chopped
2 cloves Garlic
1/2 cup Soy sauce
2 tablespoons Vegetable oil

Original recipe makes 6

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Preparation

Place chuck roast in crock pot. Top with chopped onion, garlic, soy sauce and oil. Cook on low heat for 8-10 hours.

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this was excellent thanks for sharing, i thought it deserved a photo for sure, photo by CCheryl CCheryl

just added some carrots, potato & ground pepper... ;) photo by mc29david mc29david

With balsamic vinegar added photo by MoogJam MoogJam

With balsamic vinegar added to soy sauce, and garlic inserted into roast photo by MoogJam MoogJam

photo by wbeaugrand wbeaugrand

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Holy moly this was salty. Good flavor, I would use beef broth instead of soy sauce next time.
christinaschaefer35 4 months ago
So yummy! I cut back on the soy sauce & added a 1/4 cup of low sodium beef broth & it was amazing! Can also see how this would made for a delicius beef dip sandwich. The au jus is amazing!
Kparrish01 1 year ago
My family really enjoyed this recipe and they are picky.
monicabrink 1 year ago
Was perfect! My family loved.
marcieschlecht 1 year ago
Mmmm mmmm mmm! I just added some balsamic vinegar to give it a little wine flair. So easy and I don't like to spend time cooking. I'll attach before and after photos.
MoogJam 1 year ago
This was so good! I think next time I will either omit the oil or cut it in half. I added some potatoes and baby carrots to make this a whole meal in one. Very easy, good recipe. Thanks
melaniesalguerorosenthal 1 year ago
incredibly easy, and incredibly good, thank you
Sharonyffmills 1 year ago
This was very good pot roast. I added some potatoes in with it to give it a little something extra bit overall, very tasty and tender.
PCAV89 1 year ago
Thanks for the great recipe! The meat was so moist and tender. Put it on low for 10 hours while at work. Great to come home to the wonderful aroma of a home cooked meal without a lot of effort. We don't like onions but I cut up half an onion in big slices on top which gave a great flavor.
hollirussell 2 years ago
Awesome. Added some other veggies and used knorr seasoning instead of soy sauce (not as salty) and put a tad bit of water in it. Came out super tender
kaylimgo 2 years ago
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