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Crock Pot Coca Cola Roast!

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This recipe for Crock Pot Coca-Cola Roast creates the most tender, caramelized and tasty meat and sauce I have ever tasted. This is the most popular crock pot recipe on my blog and for good reason! You can use Pepsi or any other soda for this Slow Cooker Roast.

Rather than add the onions right with the carrots and potatoes I sautéed them first with mushrooms and minced garlic. Then I deglazed the pain with half the Worcestershire before I browned up the roast. I also prefer to use extra virgin olive oil. I used McCormick’s All purpose Garlic and Onion + black pepper and sea salt seasoning.

The slow cooker is great for creating tasty, richly flavoured meat dishes with delicious sauces and gravies. Almost any traditional recipe can be adapted to this versatile appliance. What I like most about slow cooker recipes is that they require minimal preparation time and have an “à la carte and forget it” cooking style! Just throw everything into the slow cooker and forget it! This roast coca-cola in the slow cooker has been a success every time I’ve prepared it.
Being a bit of a meat snob, I love the slow cooker because the meat gets so tender. The real test of whether I will be able to enjoy the meat I eat is whether I can cut it with the side of my fork. The delicious meat in this slow cooker definitely passed the Ashley test!

This coca-cola roast can’t go wrong, even though it may seem strange, because coca-cola tenderizes beef so well! Do not use diet coca or Pepsi because it is the sugars in the coca that really tenderize the meat.

This slow cooker dish is very easy to prepare (less than 10 minutes preparation time). It can be prepared with any roast beef or beef stew. I prefer to use a roast beef, but both options are excellent. I served it with my recipe for mashed red potatoes with garlic and used the sauce from the pot to garnish the potatoes, but you can also use red potatoes and throw them in the slow cooker with the roast to make it even easier. If you like that, you should try my Mississippi Pot Roast in the slow cooker! You may also like this Italian Red Wine Roast from my friend Mary.

Enjoy!

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