ISO Eye of the Round Recipe

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lyndalou

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I have a 2 1/4 lb. roast and would like to cook it in my crock pot. Sort of like a pot roast. Will that work? any recipes?

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Lyndalou
 

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Eye of Round will work nicely in your crock-pot. I would cut slits in it and add bacon lardoons to add favor. Also, smother the roast in onion-slices and add enough water to come half-way up on the roast. Lightly salt, put the top on, cook on low all day. For extra flavor, heat a small amount (about 2 tbs.) cooking oil in a heavy (I love my cast-iron) pan and sear the roast on all sides until browned. Then put in the crock-pot.

To turn this into a pot roast, add carrots and potatoes, and maybe some green beans to the pot.

An alternate way of cooking this meal is to do it in a aroasting pan with little water, and a slow oven (220 degrees F.) for 4 to 5 hours. Then you can use the jucies and fat to make Yorkshire Pudding. :)

Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North
 

lyndalou

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Thank you , Goodweed. I'll look forward to making this next Sunday. Our children and "grands" are coming for a visit and this will free me up to enjoy them and not be in the kitchen.
Lyndalou

P>S> Love the idea of the bacon lardoons.
 

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