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All Day Slow-Cooked Grass-fed Roast Beef
Disclaimer: If you've read the cooking with grass-fed beef section of this site, then you've seen some of the rules for cooking this wonderful beef. This recipe breaks a couple of these rules but it has always worked fabulously with our grass-fed beef.
I rarely remember to get a roast out of the freezer in time for it to thaw before I want to cook it. So in desperation I tried the method below and it has worked flawlessly.
So for those of you who work all day and never remember to thaw meat, this is the recipe for you!
1 Beef Roast (any kind - thawed or frozen)
1 Pkg of Lipton Beefy Onion dry soup mix
Unwrap and place the frozen or thawed roast into your slow cooker.
Open the package of dry soup mix and pour the entire contents of one evelope over the roast and into the bottom of the slow cooker.
Put the lid on and set the cooker for LOW.
Let this roast cook for a minimum of 7 hours and up to 10 hours.
The slow cooker will thaw the roast and cook it while your away at work or busy around the house all day.
I usually put this on by 9:00 am if I am at home, but I've put it on as early as 7:00 am and didn't eat it until 5:00 pm that night and it was wonderful.
You can put carrots in the bottom of the slow cooker and place the roast on top of them if you'd like to cook them with the roast. You might also find that fingerling potatoes will cook nicely done the same way.
This roast literally falls apart into a perfect pot roast dinner. You won't be disappointed.