French Onion Pot Roast is THE BEST pot roast you’ll ever eat! The recipe can be made in a slow cooker or pressure cooker for an easy, delicious meal!
Today’s post is sponsored by my friends at the California Beef Council!
On this week’s episode of the “Feed Me” Podcast, we’re talking all about “One Pot Wonders” for fall. From recipes made in one pot on the stove, like Buffalo Taco Spaghetti, to recipes made in a slow cooker, like Pumpkin Chili, to recipes made in a pressure cooker, like Beef Ragu.
Fall is the perfect time to reach for one pot recipes to cook up something warm and delicious! And today I have the most amazing new one pot wonder to share!
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Garlic & herbs are rubbed on a beef chuck, then seared in bacon fat, placed in a crock pot & covered in red wine sauce for a tasty Slow Cooker Pot Roast!
While the rest of the country has had abnormally warm winter weather the last couple of weeks (I’m looking at you NYC & Chicago!) my lovely sunny San Diego has been drowning in rain for the last two months and much cooler than usual.
The one good thing about this “Freaky Friday” weather we’ve been having is busting out the winter slow cooker recipes to warm up! I’ve been making everything from Spicy Chicken Enchilada Soup to Thai Peanut Meatballs to Slow Cooker Pot Roast to help get us through these brutally cold winter days in San Diego. (And by brutally cold, I mean lows in the 40s and highs in the 50s! 😉
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