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Pot Roast with Sweet Potato, Mushroom, and Carrot

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Serves
6

This fall classic is the epitome of comfort food when the weather becomes crisp and cool.  This version takes vegetables from the harvest season-sweet potato, carrot, and mushroom- which all complement the heartiness of the roast.  When cooked to perfection, the roast can be cut with a fork!  This roast is truly melt-in-your mouth and there will be no empty tummies at the dinner table.


Ingredients


3 large carrots, peeled and cut into 2-inch slices


1 large sweet potato, cut into large cubes (You can substitute any potato, use approx. 1 pound or more)


1 package mushrooms, white or crimini cut into slices


1 yellow onion, quartered


3-4 lb. chuck roast


½ cup red wine


 


1 package McCormick “Bag ‘N Season Pot Roast”


Directions


Directions:


Preheat oven to 350° F.


Fill a large Dutch Oven with the carrots, sweet potato, mushrooms and onion.  Lay the chuck roast on top of the vegetables.


In a small bowl, mix together the red wine and the seasoning packet from the McCormick “Bag ‘N Season Pot Roast.” 


Hint #1:  The seasoning packet will call for use of ¼ cup water, but use ½ cup red wine for a fuller, richer, and more complex flavor! 


Hint #2:  There’s no need to use the bag that comes with the McCormick “Bag ‘N Season Pot Roast” package.  Cook everything right in your large Dutch Oven or even a slow cooker.


Cover with lid and roast at 350° F for 3 hours.  Check tenderness of the roast with a fork, as it should be fork tender (no need for a knife to slice!).  If the roast is not fork tender, raise oven heat to 425° F and roast for another 30-45 minutes.


The final product should fall apart when pierced with a fork…delicious!


Serve hot immediately.  Leftovers will keep in the refrigerator for 4 days, so enjoy as leftovers for lunch and dinner throughout the week. 


 


Hint #3:  To stretch leftovers, serve over rice, spätzle, or egg noodles.


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