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Sunday Pot Roast This leg of lamb can be cooked on the barbecue or in the oven. Serve simply with potato wedges and greens for a laid-back meal with friends. Pot-roasting is an alternative way to get the most from your Sunday joint. You can cook Sunday Pot Roast using 11 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Sunday Pot Roast

  1. You need of (4) Pound Chuck Roast.
  2. It’s of (2) Tbsp Oil.
  3. You need of (2) Cans Cream of Mushroom Soup.
  4. It’s of (1) Cup Water.
  5. You need of (1) PKG Dry Onion Soup Mix.
  6. You need of (1/2) Tsp Salt.
  7. You need of (1) Tsp Pepper.
  8. Prepare of (1) Tsp Garlic Powder.
  9. Prepare of (6) Potatoes, peeled and quartered.
  10. It’s of (1) Onion, quartered.
  11. Prepare of (8) Carrots, peeled and quartered.

You can use cheaper cuts of meat, so perfect for families on a budget, and they are very low effort thanks to an all-in. The Sunday roast is by far the most popular meal of the week in the UK and Ireland. It is a tradition which goes back centuries, historically featuring a roast beef, but today other roasts take equal billing. Roast pork, lamb, and chicken are all served and each will sit alongside Yorkshire puddings, though the sauces and vegetables may vary.

Sunday Pot Roast instructions

  1. Pre heat Crock Pot, Low..
  2. Add 2 Tbsp Oil to fry pan..
  3. Coat Chuck Roast with the salt pepper and onion powder..
  4. Brown the Roast on all sides..
  5. Add the 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup, water and onion soup dry mix to the crock pot. Mix well..
  6. Add the Chuck Roast. Add the potatoes, carrots and onion..
  7. Cover and slow cook 8-9 hours..
  8. Enjoy!.

Rub the roast with the olive oil and sprinkle it evenly with the salt and pepper. Add the potatoes, carrots, onion, garlic, beef broth, Worcestershire, and thyme to the pot. Ever-popular is Roast Ribs of Beef, but you might like to try pot-roast, or for a change roast sirloin. Lamb can be baked, roasted and braised depending on how you like it, and if you don't want to cook a whole joint, have a look at our recipe for Baked Lamb Chops. We also have Fast-roast Pork, a simple recipe that is prepared in advance, plus recipes for a Roast Loin of Pork to choose from.