Crockpot Rump Roast Mushroom Marsala

Saturday, October 1, 2011
I love using a slow cooker! The Rump Roast Mushroom Marsala is so fork tender it almost stated to shred when you cut it. I really can't find a better way to prepare any cut of meat. This came out so delicious nothing was left! I usually love to make sandwiches with the leftovers, I guess next time I will buy a bigger roast!



this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender






Easiest Roast Ever!



This is a roast that is so fork tender, it's addicting.


It's my slow cooker go to recipe.


We love the gravy it makes and coming home to a great meal after a long day is heaven on a plate!



this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender



Juicy and Tender



The roast is slow cooked in my crock pot for around 6 to 8 hours.


The meat just cuts so easily.


I like to cut thicker slices because it will shred it's so tender.


This rump roast mushroom marsala has the best tasting ,beefy mushroom gravy I ever had!



this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender


Meats



Rump roast is my favorite beef and cut of meat for this recipe.


That's my preference only because I like lean and not fatty meats.


I realize that fatty meats are not dry and retain the moisture, but I really am a fan of rump roast.


You can use other roasts and any less expensive meats.


Chuck roast will be more like a pot roast, but use the same method in this recipe, it still tasty.


I have even substituted cube steaks and round steaks and used the same ingredients.


Roast beef is delicious and the best roast in my opinion is making a rump roast.


this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender



Really Seems Gourmet



What better way to come home from work and have every one rave about this roast beef that smells fantastic?


The whole family loves this recipe, it's flavorful and addicting.


It's has so many ways to serve this too.


Read on for my suggestions.



this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender



Serving Suggestions



Tired when you come home?


Try this over thick slices of Italian bread covered with beef and mushroom gravy, it's so good!


Mashed potatoes, rice or pasta is another great way to serve this rump roast and mushroom marsala gravy over the top of them.


Last, we love this roast in a sandwich, it's amazing on a hard roll with lettuce, tomato with gravy.



this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender


The Secret to Success



No Matter what kind of meat you buy, even chicken, this recipe is delicious and versatile.


The secret to the success of this meal is slow cooking.


If you rush it, it won't be as tender.


Make sure when you try this you're busy working, with the kids, on an outing or having a long shopping day.





this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender



Can't Fail



This is a no fail recipe for roast beef.


No matter how long you cook it, the juices will keep it from scorching, unlike baking in an oven.


If you are looking for a fool proof, wow the family recipe, this rump roast, roast beef marsala is one to try!


One more thing, if you family hates mushrooms, just leave them out, carrots or green beans taste great in this gravy too, or add them all!


Enjoy.





Try some of my other Crockpot/Slowcooker Recipes



this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender




Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Crockpot Mac and Cheese
Crockpot Lasagna
Chicken mushroom Crockpot stew
Best Boston Butt Crockpot Roast
Crockpot Pulled Pork






roast, meat, beef, marsala, crockpot, slow cooker, wine, tender, rump roast
beef, meat, slow cooker
Italian American
Yield: 6
this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender

Crockpot Rump Roast Mushroom Marsala

prep time: 18 minscook time: 6 hourtotal time: 6 hours and 18 mins
This is a slow cooker rump roast with Marsala Wine and Mushrooms. Fork tender

ingredients:

1 (3 pound) boneless beef roast, such as bottom round or rump roast
1 1/2 tablespoons kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
4 cloves garlic, cut into thick slivers
1/4 cup water
1/2  cup beef broth
3/4 cup Marsala wine
1 pound of baby bella mushrooms washed, clean
oregano and garlic powder
Sprig fresh rosemary
1 teaspoon wondra flour or cornstarch
1 tablespoon butter

instructions:

Place the roast in a shallow baking dish and rub with the salt and pepper garlic powder and a little oregano. Using a thin sharp knife, poke slits all over the top and sides of the roast and stuff each slit with a garlic halves. Add 1/2 cup Marsala wine. Refrigerate overnight.

 Place the beef  in the crockpot adding 1/4 cup water, 1/4 cup broth, and  marinade wine from the pan, into the bottom of the pot. Place mushrooms on top of the meat.  Put the crockpot on low for 6 to 8 hours.

Remove the roast and let sit while making the gravy.
One half hour before cook time is completed, put crockpot on high and add the remaining wine. Add a large sprig of fresh rosemary to the sauce. 

Stir the cornstarch or wondra flour into the remaining 1/4 cup broth and then whisk into the sauce. Put into the crockpot cook until thickened. 

Remove the rosemary sprig, stir in the butter and season with salt and pepper, to taste. Slice the beef.  

Serve the sauce and mushrooms. Great over boiled rice, pasta or mashed potatoes.
calories
370
fat (grams)
5
sat. fat (grams)
5
carbs (grams)
4
net carbs
5
protein (grams)
8
sugar (grams)
2
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this is a slow cooker rump roast fork tender in a crock pot with a marsala sauce mushroom gravy that it makes while slow cooking till fork tender . this beef is sliced thick so not to fall apart its so easy to make and melts in your mouth fork tender

28 comments

  1. This looks absolutely delish! I really really have to get myself a crock pot!

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  2. Smells good! It's a nice combination :)

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  3. I love when you use mushroom in your great dishes;)

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  4. I don't like meat very much but your roast looks very very appetizing dear. It's tempting. Bye, have a great we

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  5. It looks mouthwatering!Have a great month,dear!

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  6. Looks delicious! Today is he first day we have had "cool" weather (69 degrees) here in Central Florida. Your dish looks like a great autumn meal!

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  7. Wow, does that ever look tender. And with the garlic and mushrooms, I'll bet it's mighty tasty too!

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  8. I have never thought of using Marsala with a roast before. That's awesome! I've pinned this one to make soon. Thanks!

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  9. Thanks for sharing this. I need to use my crockpot more and this looks great!

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  10. Dear Claudia, This is a beautiful fall dish. I love this type of meal.
    Blessings, Catherine xo

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  11. It sounds good to me. Love that beef and I know it has to be tender cooked this way!

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  12. This sounds great but then again I love anything with Marsala.

    How on earth do you post daily. You're one busy gal!

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  13. Can't wait to make this! Always love beef, mushrooms and have a bottle of nice Marsala just waiting to be used. Perfect!

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  14. Chicken Marsala is one of my favorites and I cant wait to try it with beef. And in the crockpot is a bonus!

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  15. This looks wonderful, Claudia!

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  16. Crockpot beef is the best...all some mushrooms and YUM

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  17. Thanks for sharing. I use my crock pot a lot. this recipe will be great addition to my collection. Love your blog.

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  18. this is a delicious combination Claudia
    hope all is well in your end regards Akheela

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  19. I love crock pot recipes. I never thought of adding marsala to my pot roast. I may have to try that next time.

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  20. I'm so excited to get to using to crock pot again. Yum this looks lovely :)

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  21. Marsala is a favorite of mine, love the idea of making with a roast in the crock pot! Great recipe!

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  22. Sounds like a delicious flavor combination! Thanks for sharing - and I love roast!

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  23. This roast looks great Claudia! Definitely a great meal to throw in the crockpot during the bust weeknights =)

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  24. Looks wonderful - bookmarking your recipe!

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  25. The flavors sound amazing! What a delicious mostly hands off recipe---can't wait to try this roast.

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  26. I'm so excited for slow cooking season! This looks like a recipe my fiance will be happy about - he loves mushrooms and I don't make them nearly enough!

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  27. Crockpot meals are the best. I love having easy meals for my family!

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  28. This looks fabulous and you made it sound so easy! Will be giving it a try soon!

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