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The best pot roast recipe is absolutely mouthwatering and full of warm, hearty flavor. It's no surprise that these delicious pot roast recipes will make any dinner a success! From your favorite beef pot roast recipe to a savory slow cooker stew, these pot roast recipes are sure to do the trick.
Whether it's a weekly family gathering or a simple sit-down meal, Sunday suppers are at their best with a scrumptious pot roast. Juicy, tender beef and a colorful medley of sweet potatoes, carrots, and parsnips fill this tantalizing one-dish dinner recipe.
Pot Roast Recipe Tip:
If you prefer, this pot roast can be made in a slow cooker instead of the oven.
Our best traditional pot roast recipe is full of everything you love about the hearty dish: tender melt-in-your-mouth beef, caramelized onions, red potatoes, and sweet cooked carrots. Garlic, Italian parsley, and white wine give our pot roast its classic flavor.
With just six ingredients and 15 minutes of prep, this is one slow cooker pot roast recipe you'll want to make over and over again. Its sweet-and-spicy flavor comes from a tasty mix of dried fruit and chipotle peppers.
Go global with your pot roast recipe. Use penne pasta and a tomato-basil marinara sauce to add a taste of Italy to slow-cooked beef and vegetables.
Turn packaged pot roast into an impressive dinner in just 20 minutes! Fresh mushrooms, picante sauce, and sides like couscous and avocado add hints of Southwestern flair to the meal.
If you love pot roast as much as we do, you'll love it as a soup! This hearty, savory stew is full of tender meat, portobello mushrooms, and chopped red sweet pepper.
A red wine and rosemary marinade flavors beautiful slow cooker pot roast for a unique take on beef stew. Squash, quince, and hot cooked couscous round out the meal.
Pot Roast Recipe Tip:
Don't want to wait all day? Try making this pot roast on your stove top using our alternate directions.
Rich, colorful Spanish paprika is at the heart of any Hungarian dish, and this pot roast is no exception. The spice adds a sweet, smoky flavor to the saucy noodles and beef.
The best way to get oh-so-tender beef for your pot roast is to cook it low and slow. Here, a garlic and red wine marinade cooks with the beef, infusing it with a rich, complex flavor.
Serve this dinner favorite at your next holiday gathering! Watch our video to learn how to tackle this roast recipe with ease.
Add fresh coffee, jalapeno peppers, and a touch of chile pepper to your pot roast recipe for a companyworthy twist on an old favorite. Gremolata, a flavorful combination of lemon peel, parsley, and garlic, brings a touch of brightness to the dish.
Not only does this easy pot roast recipe cook in a skillet, but it's full of new ingredients, such as cherries and mushrooms, to add a fresh twist to the classic dinner recipe. Bonus: It will be ready and on the table in just 30 minutes.
Apple juice and dried fruit bring unexpected sweetness to a hearty spiced pot roast. Carrots, potatoes, and onions are delicious additions to the juicy-tender meal.
Prep our hearty pot roast in the morning before work -- the bottled French dressing that marinates the beef and potatoes helps cut prep time. And because it can simmer for up to 12 hours in your slow cooker, it's the perfect prep-it-and-forget-it weeknight dinner.
The secret behind the rich flavor of this pot roast: an irresistible gravy of Marsala wine, basil, garlic, and plum preserves. Potatoes, carrots, rutabaga, and onions make delicious sides.