Lisa's Best Crockpot Roast w/Rich & Yummy Sauce

My husband loves meat and potatoes, most men do, right?

I was getting bored with the plain meat and taters kind of recipes so I made up one of my own.  It's super rich, deep flavored and taste better than most restaurants serve.

Yes, it's THAT good!

I start with about a (frozen) 4 pound Pork Roast Tenderloin but you can use beef, if you prefer.

* Set Crockpot on Low for 6-8 hours

I sprinkle 6 teaspoons of Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar in bottom of crockpot
Then just lay the frozen roast on top of the vinegar

I sprinkle about 3 tbsp of Worcestershire Sauce over top of roast

6 tsp of coconut oil rubbed all across the top of the roast (this is your secret healthy ingredient for that rich flavor)

Dice half of an onion and sprinkle a little bit of onion across top of roast now- keep the rest in reserve

Dice 2 stalks of celery and sprinkle a little celery across roast now - save the rest to add shortly

I mince a small clove of garlic and sprinkle across top of roast

Now I take about 8 tbsp of Teriyaki Sauce (mine is the thick kind) sprinkle across top of roast

I now cut 4 carrots and lay them all along the edges of the roast

Add 3-4 potatoes sliced about 1/2 inch thick or sliced in half long way, tuck them in around the roast

Add in a bit more of your celery & onions over the top of the veggies

Add in 1 medium sized sweet potato & place pieces about 1/2 inch in thickness around the roast and on top of other veggies

Add about 1/4 cup of Kraft Asian Toasted Sesame Dressing across top of roast & Veggies

Add pepper (your preference of how much) I just lightly sprinkle across top of everything

I gently pour (so you don't rinse off your other seasonings) about 1/4 cup Italian salad dressing, liquid across top of veggies & roast

McCormick & Schmidt has a yummy dry marinade that is a brown sugar bourbon flavor, I just pour about 1/4 of the package across my roast & veggies

I mince another clove of garlic and spread across roast & veggies

I use remaining celery & onions to evenly place across veggies & roast as a "topper"

(sometimes I'll add about 2 tbls of red wine across roast and skip the Italian dressing)

** I do not add extra liquid to this dinner, while in the crock pot because it is cooking from a frozen state. There will be more than enough liquid if you add the other items I listed and keep the crock pot sealed tight, for complete cooking time.

Cover, cook on low for 6-8 hours and stir gently before serving with hot bread/rolls and a side salad

** 6 hours and roast will be medium about 8 hours and it's more of a pot roast texture - Both are delicious!

(Photo below is a roast I forgot to add celery so no celery but trust me, it makes the dish to have it in)

Enjoy!
:)