When I wasn't huddled around the heater trying to stay warm out here on the arctic plains this past weekend, I was catching up on my Pinterest recipe collection and cooking. I stumbled across what may be my FAVORITE beef roast recipe. Bonus: it called for ingredients I already had on hand and was super easy.
Buzzard's Crockpot Balsamic Beef Roast
2 cups beef broth
1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
~ 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
~ 2 tbsp soy sauce
~ 2 tbsp honey
~ 1 tsp red pepper flakes
~ 4 cloves garlic, chopped
Assemble all of your ingredients, including a beef roast. The amount of marinade will work for a roast up to 3-4 pounds.
|Gather your ingredients|
Mix together all of your ingredients. Place beef roast in your Crockpot and pour mixture over the beef. Our roast was about 1.25-1.5 pounds and it was the perfect medium-rare doneness after about 2 hours on high. If you have a larger roast (3-4) pounds, you could do 4 hours on high or probably 6 hours on low.
When done, place beef roast in a serving dish and spoon gravy and beef bits over the meat to moisten and infuse with deliciousness.
|Pour the ingredient mixture onto your roast. Look at all that garlic, yum!|
|Robust flavor and so very delicious!|
Please, for the sake of all things holy, don't cook your beef to well-done! You only need to cook the roast to 145F!
If you try this one out, let me know how you liked it. We LOVED it - the flavor was robust and the roast stayed very moist. This will definitely be a repeat in our house.
Until next time,
~ Buzzard ~
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