Mississippi Pot Roast. Mississippi pot roast is what we would call a "dump dinner" — the beef goes into the slow cooker, the rest of the ingredients get dumped on top of it, and then the whole thing gets cooked. There's no browning the beef, no extra add-ins before serving. You don't even have to stir together the ingredients!
Add salt and pepper if you like and cook on low until tender,. Mississippi Pot Roast is a combination of five simple ingredients that all cook together in your slow cooker. It's typically made with a chuck roast, which is inexpensive and easy to find at most grocery stores. You can cook Mississippi Pot Roast using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Mississippi Pot Roast
- You need 3-5 pound of chuck roast.
- You need 1 packet of ranch dressing mix (powder).
- Prepare 1 packet of dried onion soup mix.
- You need 8-10 of pepperoncini peppers.
- You need 1/2 c. of pepperoncini pepper juice.
- You need 1/2 stick of butter (1/4 cup).
You can also makes this with other cuts of meat, like I have with Mississippi Pulled Pork. Good news, you can bust out this Mississippi pot roast with a traditional oven to. After browning the roast, remove it from heat but keep it in the Dutch oven. Then add the seasoning, butter, and peppers, as the recipe instructs.
Mississippi Pot Roast instructions
- I always use slow cooker liners in my crockpot! Easy clean up!!.
- Place roast in crock pot, and top with all other ingredients. Cook on low for 8 hours..
- When finished, place over noodles, mashed potatoes, or make a sandwich!.
Place chuck roast, butter and pepperoncini juice into the crock pot. Sprinkle over with dry ranch dressing mix and au jus gravy mix. This flavorful Mississippi Pot Roast is a great make-ahead freezer meal. It's slow cooked in the crock pot to create tender shredded beef in a saucy gravy. Serve it with mashed potatoes, rice, or noodles.