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Mississippi Pot Roast {The BEST EVER Pot Roast}

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Natalie Brown: "Tender flavorful and juicy. I will make again" Read More
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Mississippi Pot Roast {The BEST EVER Pot Roast}

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8 SERVINGS
  • 4 lb. chuck roast
  • 1 packet ranch dressing mix
  • 1 packet au jus gravy mix
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 5 pepperoncini peppers
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    Reviews(11)

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    Natalie Brown 15 days ago
    Tender flavorful and juicy. I will make again
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    HandyFoodLover 3 months ago
    Fabulous! I didn’t have peppers but came out great anyway
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    Lisa 3 months ago
    Super easy and turns out great every time
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    Peter Anto 6 months ago
    Absolutely crazy. I have worked much harder added so many different ingredients with lesser results. Now I come to find out all I had to do was put the pot roast in a crockpot and add a packet of ranch mix a packet of Au Jus mix 1/2 a stick of butter and a couple of pepperoncini. Bravo!
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    Christine 10 months ago
    Amazing.. best pot roast ever. Served over buttery egg noodles. I’d recommend mild peppers if you have kids. Mine were hot.... but my six year old still ate every bite. I threw in some potatoes at the last three hour mark which were amazing but seemed to absorb the spicyness the most, so she didn’t like the potatoes.
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    Jim a year ago
    Tasty & so simple! It’s not spicy at all
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    Jen Couch a year ago
    One of my favorite tailgate/gameday foods! Super easy and always perfect! For dinner, I serve with mashed potatoes and green beans. For gameday, I serve on nice hoagie rolls with provolone cheese. Always delicious!
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    A a year ago
    Great recipe, I suggest putting the pepperoncini in at the end so they don’t get ropey and tough.
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    Denise E. 2 years ago
    My Goodness was that the best roast ever!!!!!
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    Gretchen 2 years ago
    Delish and ez! I threw it all in a pressure cooker and 60 mins later I served fall apart tender spicy beef.
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    Marcy Nielsen 2 years ago
    fabulous!! love roast cooked this way!

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