Mississippi London Broil Pot Roast

Sunday, September 1, 2019
Mississippi Pot Roast is probably the number one most flavorful pot roast recipe of all time featured everywhere over the world wide web.


This recipe was even posted in the New York Times and where I originally found this beef roast recipe.


The meat is usually done with a chuck roast, I prefer London Broil or even eye of the round.


I have now tried using chicken, pork, venison, and lamb with this cooking method and fabulous easy ingredients, everything is spot on every time!


Just a few pantry ingredients to include ranch dressing, au jus, pepperoncini peppers, and some butter and your meal it on it's the way to a mouth-watering meal.


The juice flavors are the best I have ever had!


There are many methods to cook this pot roast.


You can either make this in the instant pot on the slow cooker mode or pressure cooker.


Also, you can cook this in the oven on low heat using an oven bag, I used my crockpot today.


Either way, you choose, it's a low and slow process that will result in an incredibly delicious pot roast!


The recipe is all over Pinterest and in slow cooker cookbooks, I finally had to try this to see what all the hype was about!


It's now the only way I prepare a lesser cut of meat from now on.


My beer pork roast pressure cooked is awesome, you will also love slow cooker chicken cacciatore, chicken wing stew, and marinated burgundy prime rib is our favorite around the holiday.


What took me so long? Not sure, I have now made this recipe more than 6 times since the first try.


Don't wait another minute to try this, scroll down and print off the recipe!





this is a pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.









a favorite pot roast with juice in a covered glass dish ready to serve with the peppers and beef roast for dinner




Easiest Roast Ever!




This tender juicy meat in au jus is packed with a tangy flavor and it needs nothing else but just a few ingredients.


I added only 5 or 6 peppers to the pot and on low heat and all I can say is my husband was over the moon impressed with how delicious this way.


The spice was not hot and just the right amount, if you want more heat to add a few shakes of red pepper flakes or even more pepperoncini, we like ours with less spicy flavors.


As I said before any kind of meat you use comes out great and leftovers are perfect in a sandwich!





this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.




So Tender




All of the ingredients, come together to create the most fork-tender pull apart meat that is succulent and full of flavor.


I don't know why I waited so long to try the recipe.


I just used my favorite cut of beef which was London Broil instead of Chuck Roast which is in the original recipe.


With just a few ingredients you are on your way to the best-tasting roast ever!



these are the ingredients to make a delicious for tender pot roast called Mississippi pot roast




Cooker Methods



The secret of any lesser cut of meat is to slow cook it.


We love our slow cooker option on the instant pot.


The pressure cooker mode is perfect for when you're in a hurry.


I like to set it and forget it, go to work, come home and viola dinner is ready.


You can use any method as long as it's on low and slow-cooking.


The oven method in a cooking bag works, however it should cook at 300 for around 3 to 4 hours and don't forget to poke holes in the oven roasting bag.


If you use an instant pot on pressure cooker mode, set it to high for 35 minutes, check after you release the steam, if the meat is fork-tender it's done for a 3-pound roast. Add around 29 minutes per pound.




this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.



Other Ways To Make A Roast



When I was growing up back in the 1960s, mom baked her roast using onion soup mix.


I am pretty sure that was the craze in those days as these ingredients are today.


You certainly can use an onion soup mix instead of the au jus packet, the ranch makes the perfect combinations of flavors.


I just love how this makes the tastiest juice.


Mom's roast was always tender and delicious like this one and both are equally flavorful.




this is a roast with peppers and lots of juice slow cooked in a crockpot



The Juice



I am here to tell you the husband and I just took one bite and said wow!


You can even thicken the juice at the end for covered sandwiches, which my husbands favorite!


Just thicken with a few tablespoons of cornstarch, let it cook around 10 minutes.


Then just use your favorite bread, some meat, juice and top with bread.


The juice makes the perfect gravy.


Don't wait as long as I did to try this delicious recipe.


It sure is perfect served with mashed potatoes, corn on the cob and some buttered crusty Italian bread.


The meat is tasty even in sandwiches!


What can be easier?


this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.



Perfect for a Roast Beef with Au Jus Sandwich



The meat is perfect for making au jus sandwiches in a garlic roll, add some melted favorite cheese you like and some shredded lettuce.


We did use this roast in garlic hoagie rolls and dipped the bread in the fabulous au jus.


The meat just melted in your mouth tender!


It's addicting you can't stop eating this roast.



this is how to make a Mississippi London Broil Pot Roast in the slow cooker / crockpot



Suggestions


  1. Use any beef, chicken, venison, or pork for a change
  2. Serve with mashed potatoes the juice is fantastic
  3. Great for making sandwiches on garlic bread
  4. Follow your slow cooker instructions or pressure cooker
  5. Oven cooking on low produces the same tender meats
  6. Use meat shredded in tacos
  7. The meat is perfect on top of salads


this is a Mississippi roast London broil , corn loose and mashed potatoes on a plate

Popular

I can see why this is a popular recipe, it's easy, delicious and can be very economical to make.


London broil is a great choice, but I do use other cuts as well, we are not a big fan of chuck roast.



this is a sandwich using a slow cooked Mississippi London broil pot roast and then dipping it in au jus




Tools Needed


  • Slow Cooker, 
  • Instant Pot or
  •  Roasting Oven Bags
  • Serving spoon or tongs


Note: If you use a large oven roasting bag, don't forget to poke holes in the bag, flour the inside and then roast in a preheated oven at 325 degrees for around 3 hours depending on the size of your roast, check the package instructions for cooking times.



this is a pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.




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this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.





Ingredients For Mississippi London Broil Pot Roast


  • Dry Ranch Dressing Packet
  • Dry Au Jus Packet
  • Butter
  • London Broil Roast or your Favorite meat
  • Pepperoncini Peppers in a jar




this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.



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this is a pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.



Tips



  • Slow cooker bags make clean up a breeze to use
  • Make sandwiches for leftover and use the au jus for dipping
  • Side dishes can include mashed potato, cauliflower mashed potatoes or over garlic toast
  • You can substitute chicken for beef
  • You can substitute onion dry soup mix for the au jus
  • You can also substitute 1 cup bottled ranch dressing and kitchen bouquet instead of dry mixes you will need around 1/4 cup
  • Substitute beef for pork roasts bone-in or a whole chicken if you prefer



this is a sandwich using a slow cooked Mississippi London broil pot roast and then dipping it in au jus




Get Creative



This Mississippi pot roast can be made with other cuts of meat and even chicken.


It can feed a large family if you shred it and make sliders or submarine sandwiches.


The sandwiches can be built up by adding lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, crispy cooked bacon and anything else you like.


Get creative, any way you serve this meat whether it's with some sides dishes or cold in a sandwich with potato salad, it's versatile and works perfectly.




peppers with the juice, butter on top of an eye of the round roast sitting in a crockpot




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this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.

Mississippi London Broil Pot Roast

prep time: 5 min cook time: 10 hours total time: 10 hours and 5 mins
This is a tender melt in mouth London Broil slow-cooked beef. This recipe is great over mashed potatoes or perfect for making a delicious dipping sauce with au jus for a beef sandwich.

ingredients:

  • Slow Cooker Method
  • 1 Roast 3-4 lb. London Broil or Roast of your choice
  • 1 packet dry Ranch Dressing mix
  • 1 packet dry Au Jus, Brown Gravy mix or even a dried soup mix
  • 1 teaspoon granulated garlic powder
  • 1/2 to 1 stick salted butter any kind
  • 6-8 Pepperoncini peppers depending on the level of heat you prefer
  • 1/4 juice from the peppers ( if you want more heat  just add a sprinkle of red pepper flakes)  Adapt to your taste
  • *For Pressure Cooker recipe you will need one cup beef broth

instructions:

  1. Slow Cooker Method
  2. Place roast in the slow cooker and sprinkle the ranch and Au Jus packets and garlic powder on top.
  3. Add butter on top of roast and place pepperoncini on the top and sides of roast ( you can also add around 1/4 cup of juice from the jar for additional spice).
  4. Cook on low for 8-10 hours.
  5. Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Method
  6. Add the steam basket to pressure cooker. Next, pour beef broth and pepperoncini juice into the pot. Place the roast on the steam basket. Pour the packets of Au Jus Seasoning and Dry Ranch Dressing Mix onto the roast, then top with slices of butter and pepperoncini. Set the Instant Pot to cook manually for 90 minutes. Once the cooking time is finished, use the quick release feature to let all of the steam out. Remove the lid.
Calories
377
Fat (grams)
26
Sat. Fat (grams)
5
Carbs (grams)
1.6
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this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.



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this is a fork tender pot roast using london broil beef and slow cooking it in a slow cooker for 10 hours. The beef has peppers, butter and makes a delicious au jus.




8 comments

  1. Looks delicious Claudia and I will use London Broil for my next Chile Colorado. When you say jarred pepperoncini's, do you mean the pickled ones?

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  2. So juicy and tender...absolutely mouthwatering!

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  3. Pot roast is always such a great weeknight dinner for us! We've never made them with dry dressing mix or peppers and it sounds like a nice twist on a classic!

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  4. This recipe is a classic for a reason!! It comes out so good every time! And, it's so easy!

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  5. you can't beat a homemade dinner. I'me going to start using my slow cooker too. It's been sadly neglected over the summer. The liners look handy, but I can't bring myself to use them with the current debate about plastic and the oceans. Lots of cleaning for me then.

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  6. looks so tender and moist. This pot roast is definitely full of flavor cooked in that au jus. Perfect project for next weekend!

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  7. This is always a hit! So tender and juicy!

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  8. This was phenomenal! Loved the Pepperoncini peppers in the dish. So tender and juicy and flavorful!

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