A Rose Recipe: Perfect Roast Beef - Also called how to please your mother in law
Perfect Roast Beef, as easy as pleasing your Mother in Law
Please feel pity for my husband who had to taste test all of my roast recipes before deciding which one was best
So one day my husband asked me why, after 8 years of marriage, do we always eat out when my mother in law comes for a visit....She is notoriously the sweetest person in the whole world, she is so sweet and kind that she doesnt want to argue, ever...about anything. So how could I explain that I never cooked meals for her visits because I didnt want her help cooking? I am very good at cooking, but she has different views on how well done the meat is cooked in every meal. So I gave in, cooked this beautiful roast dinner with a dip on the side. She took one bite, said it was divine! Then got up and microwaved her portion until is was shoe leather consistency.... I hope you like this more then she did!
Perfect Roast Recipe
2-3 Ibs of roast--> 5-6 servings.
1/2 tsp season salt
1 tsp pepper
1 tbs garlic
1 packet brown gravy
2 slices of onion
2 beef boullion cubes
1 shot of whiskey (optional)
2 cups beef broth
1 tablespoon corn starch
1 tablespoon water
Step 1: Set roast on plate and coat with season salt,pepper,brown gravy packet, & Garlic.
Step 2: Set slices of onion in bottom of crockpot, lay roast on top of slices. Add boullion cubes,whiskey and enough water to cover top of the roast.
Step 3: Set to low and cover for 8 hours to ensure eveness of cooking. After 8 hours set to high and cook for additional 1 hour. Take roast out and set on a cutting board. Use a serrated knife to cut into serving size pieces.
Step 4 (Optional): Take broth and put in a sauce pan. Bring to a boil and add corn starch (Mixed in a cup of water.) Stir as it thickens and serve over roast.
Serve over green beans or rice (brown rice) or potatoes.
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