So, this is a meal I grew up with. Well to be honest my mom made this dish from memory and I was never really sure what she made hers with. I never think to ask her when I am meal planning, so this is one I found online somewhere and of course changed it until my family loved it. I hardly think to make it but LOVE it every time I do make it and this time my youngest love asked me to make this more often, so major win there!
Also, if you are like me and forget ALL the time to defrost meat I made this version of the recipe from FROZEN. If you were to read the manual for the corockpot it would say do not cook from frozen, you decide what works for you and what doesn’t. So instead of cooking on low all day I cooked on high and the meat was tender and yummy.
So, this is one of those super easy dump and forget it kind of recipes. Pour carrots, new potatoes, and dried chopped onion into the bottom of the crockpot. You could absolutely make this recipe with fresh onion, but I didn’t have any. So dried chopped onion it was, but it turned out amazing and while I would have loved the onions, I am the only one who normally eats them so this worked out even better for my family.
Put Chuck Roast on top. Mix together rest of the ingredients then pour over the meat and veggies.
Cook all day and ENJOY!!!
1 small bag Baby Carrots
½ pound New Potatoes – halved
3 TBSP Dried Chopped Onion
2 pounds Chuck Roast
Salt & Pepper
2 TBSP Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup
1 Cup Beef Broth
4 Dashes Worcestershire
1 TBSP Celery Leaves – roughly chopped
Pour carrots, new potatoes, and dried chopped onion into the bottom of the crockpot.
Put Chuck Roast on top.
Mix together rest of the ingredients then pour over the meat and veggies.
Cook on low 6-8 hours.