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    Easy Pot Roast


    Recipe DescriptionPreparation Steps:Level of Difficulty:Time Needed:Ingredients:
    4 med potatoes, cubed
    4 carrots, sliced
    1 onion, sliced
    3-4 rump or pot roast, cut in to serving size pieces
    1 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp pepper
    1 bouillon cube
    1/2 c boiling water
    Serves:
    Serves 8
    Directions:
    Put vegetables and meat in slow cooker. Stir in salt and pepper.
    Dissolve bouillon cube in water, then pour over other ingredients.
    Cover. Cook on LOW 10-12 hours

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    Is it possible to keep the roast whole and not cut it into serving size pieces before cooking?

    Does this come out like a pot roast dinner or a stew? I"m thinking there isn't enough liquid for it to be a stew when done cooking, but I want to be sure as I am trying to get a feel for the recipe.

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    That is plenty of fluid for the roast, I usually cook mine dry, and the fluids come from the meat and veggies, so 1/2 cup is lots!

    You could keep it whole. I usually toss mine in frozen and cook on high for 6 to 8 hours. More tender when done from frozen...

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