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I picked up a roast beef at the grocery store figuring we were in the need of a different meal. I noticed we havent been having beef very often so onto the meal agenda it went. Typically when I have roasts (roast beef or pot roast) I cook it in my crock pot. I use the same recipe and it comes out absolutely perfect every time.
My crock pot recipe is very different from other recipes. I use 2 ingredients: Lipton onion soup mix and a can of diced tomatoes. No water, no additional seasons nothing. Whether Im making roast beef or pot roast it comes out absolutely perfect and flavorful every time. You can brown your meat in a skillet before placing it in the crock pot, thats based on preference but I skip that step.
After the roast is done and removed along with the vegetables, there is gravy in the bottom of the crock pot. This can be discarded, spooned over the dish when served, or even transferred to a pan on the stove and thickened up with a little cornstarch and water.
To find my ultra simple recipe, check it out on my blog: http://shannonslifestyle.blogspot.com/2014/01/roast-beef-with-potatoes-and-carrots.html