The roast was very tender. The vegatables were great too. I used red and the cheaper potatoes instead of baking. I didn't make the Gremolata.
Slow Cooker Beef Pot Roast with Gremolata
crosscourt Posted: 11/29/08
cpalma Posted: 09/17/09
Don't skip the gremolata. It makes this dish and really has a great flavor. On it's pwn the pot roast is bland but with the gremolata it is flavorful and nicely balanced.
Roughleyme Posted: 11/13/10
I loved this recipe. I followed the recipe for the most part but didn't use potatoes. I also lightly coated the roast with flour. I added sliced cremini mushrooms and chopped celery. I also didn't make the gremolata. I pureed the sauce and veggies with a hand blender. Very tasty!
Maywati Posted: 11/21/10
I used chuck beef stew meat for this instead of the roast, but followed everything else. I was short on time so I slowed cooked it on high for only 4 hours and it was delicious! I didn't make the gremolata and it didn't really need it. This is definitely a keeper! By the way, the smelled it infused in the house was so yummy.. my husband couldn't wait to eat it!
stacylynn Posted: 12/19/12
This was really good. It might replace my older favorite from CL just for being able to put it all in the crock pot. I did set it to cook on high for 4 hours, but that dried the beef out a little (wasn't home for decreasing temp). Next time I will cook for 3 on high instead. The flavor was nice in the meat, but outstanding on the vegetables. I added quartered baby bella mushrooms to the pot with the other veggies, extra garlic & used dried thyme. Very pleased with this recipe & will go into rotation regularly.
sundaycooking Posted: 07/27/13
Thought this had a great flavor. Could eat the potatoes without having to put any sauce or gravy on them. It could have been the actual piece of meat but it was a bit stringy. Made the gremolata just because I had the ingredients but probably wouldn't use it again.