I didn't add the jalapeno peppers. I made this dish for a mercy meal because the one receiving it requested "cowboy roast beef" and I, being from NY, never heard of it.When I delivered the meal it smelled so good that I was glad I made some extra for my husband and I. I've made this 'just for my family 2x already. It's soooooo good! Thank you for sharing
Great crock pot recipe. Comes out more like a stew and would be good with rice, cornbread or biscuits. Roast had good flavor and could be made without the beans and served as is or shredded for tacos. Spiciness and flavor can easily be adjusted for personal taste by using more or less chili powder or by using different flavors of chili powder. Followed the recipe as given but cut back on salt by omitting salt added to tomato mixture.
This was really good. I didn't even remember to put the beans in. I didn't have the tomatoes and chilis or even a can of green chilis so I subbed a can of fire roasted tomatoes and it was good. Added a small sprinkle of chipotle chili powder. Served it with rice and the saucey stuff went nicely on the rice. I love finding good crockpot recipes that don't call for a can of cream of _______ soup. The next day it made good taco filling.
This works just as well (or even better) with a boston butt pork roast. One of our family's favorites!
This is so good. We love it!