I love Costco, I’m sure you all know that by now. Their meat is excellent. One of my favorite things to come home to after a long day at work is the smell of a slow cooked roast. I throw everything in the crock pot right before I walk out the door, set it for about 13 hours on low, and by the time I get home I have a juicy roast waiting for me. I pop some biscuits in the oven, make some mashed taters, heat up a veggie and there’s a hearty meal on a week night.
Slow Cooker Roast
1 – 3 pound or higher chuck roast
1 – onion
2 – stalks of green onion
3 – cloves of garlic
1 – can of low sodium beef broth
pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, sage
Place chuck roast in pot. Cut onion in half, the slice in thick chunks. Place these all around the meat. Slice the green onions in one inch pieces and throw those in with the onion. Thinly slice 3 or more garlic cloves and add those. Season to taste with fresh cracked pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and sage. Add a can of low sodium beef broth. Fill up the can with water then add that to the pot. Liberally sprinkle the Worcestershire sauce to the pot.
Set pot on low for 8-13 hours (or however long it takes you to get home). When done, take roast out and place on plate to rest about 10 minutes before cutting. Use the liquid for au jus and serve with the onions. Mashed potatoes, corn, and biscuits are good sides.