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    Mississippi Pot Roast

    Mississippi pot roast

    This isn't mine but I post the ones I think score a 9+ on the RC gastronomic scale.

    One big thing DO NOT ADD WATER!

    Sear each side of a 3 lb chuck roast in a pan using high heat and oil.
    Then place in the bottom of a crockpot.

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    Seasoning. Read my lips! Do not change or substitute these two ingredients, one packet of Ranch dressing and one packet of Au Jus gravy.

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    Cover meat with ranch then the au jus gravy only on the side facing up.

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    Add 1/2 cup of butter and 5 peperoncini peppers.

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    Add more pepper juice, about 5 tbs.

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    cook 7 hours on low in the crockpot until tender (falls apart)

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    Break up the pot roast and serve over a bed of flat noodles (I like the no yoke brand) See look at the juice this makes with NO water!

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    This has to be the best pot roast I have ever served. I made a second batch and invited some neighbors over. Everyone said if they don't get this recipe they would kill me

    Carrots or potatoes? NO, NO, NO, do not cook them in this recipe. If you want them, then cook separately! remember NO substitutions!
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    I make this same exact recipe using the same seasoning packets. And another variation that uses Lipton Beefy Onion soup mix. I serve it the some way; on wide egg noodles with veggies on the side.

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Why did I move out of Florida ??? That looks scrumptious RC !!!
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Good stuff TuxAir isn't it.
    One other note, see that hole in the chuck. Due to using butter I trim 90% of the fat from the chuck. I got an easy 1/4 pound off of that 3 pounder.

    Most recipes don't sear the meat. RC says always sear the meat.

    For youall that don't know it's the Millard reaction. The Maillard reaction is a chemical reaction between amino acids and reducing sugars that gives browned food its distinctive flavor.
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Wife makes similar roast.
    Not sure she try peppers, I kid her that she thinks water is Spicey.
    Looks good.

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Quote Originally Posted by clag39 View Post
    Why did I move out of Florida ??? That looks scrumptious RC !!!
    There is only 5 ingredients including the meat. This is a no brainer to make. Well 6 if you call the noodles an ingredient. Lol.
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Quote Originally Posted by stidgun View Post
    Wife makes similar roast.
    Not sure she try peppers, I kid her that she thinks water is Spicey.
    Looks good.
    My wife loves this and she doesn't do heat. Use only the 5 peppers and don't add any extra pepper juice if you think she will not like it. The light heat in a peperoncini dissipates into the meat and becomes a neutral flavor at the end of the cook.
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Just put in crockpot, exact recipe, except 2.3 lb roast.
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Let us know how that comes out Stidgun....... being from Missippi...... I figure if you like it- I will too.........
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Was very good.

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Youngest son is going back to College. Moving day is tomorrow. And due to special request, this 'ssippi pot roast is what's for dinner tonight along with baked sweet potato and sweet corn.

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Was even better second day served on toast, soaks up the gravy.

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    OK, BC you can see the verdict is in and an overwhelming yea on the Mississippi Pot Roast.


    Stidgun it looks like you have a meat lovers recipe you can WOW others with.

    And TuxAir, who has made this many times is a winner when a son's last request before he goes to college is DAD I want MPR before I go.

    For the rest of you try it out and add your feelings to this thread. Have a meet and greet shoot and bring some along to feed the troops!

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    I made it this weekend and man it sure is good. I don't want to look at the packages to see what sodium looks like. LOL

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    I've asked the Princess to make it for me. She's was a little wary of the term, "Mississippi Pot," but I assured her that none of that goes in.......right?
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Quote Originally Posted by TwinSpar View Post
    I made it this weekend and man it sure is good. I don't want to look at the packages to see what sodium looks like. LOL
    Total 7,200 comes out with a 3 lb roast, 12 servings = 600 mg per serving.
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Quote Originally Posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
    Stidgun it looks like you have a meat lovers recipe you can WOW others with.
    I wow others all time, I grill, smoke, even oven, pickle, can..ECT all time.
    I'm already a meat master. (Wait that didn't sound right)

    Don't forget smoked eggs

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    Quote Originally Posted by stidgun View Post
    I wow others all time, I grill, smoke, even oven, pickle, can..ECT all time.
    I'm already a meat master. (Wait that didn't sound right)

    Don't forget smoked eggs
    OK, what are we going to call our competition circuit team?

    I think somewhere on this forum I show smoked eggs. About ten years ago up in Georgia, I saw a competitor throw in raw eggs on the extra rack, I became a believer that day.
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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    I tried the smoked egg thing several years ago too. I may have gotten the idea here, or BT. Smoked deviled eggs are awesome.

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    Re: Mississippi Pot Roast

    We had an EPIC supper tonight thanks to RC's culinary expertise! The only deviation from the recipe was that the Princess used a round sirloin roast instead of chuck. She found it on sale for $2.99/lb and decided to upgrade. Call it a Tennessee Pot Roast, if you will. to our downstairs southern cuzzins.
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