How to Make Amish Pot Roast ~ Slow Cooker Roast Beef Recipe


Hi I’m Tess and this is another easy and
delicious Amish recipe. I’m going to show you how to make Amish pot roast in the
slow cooker. Very few ingredients and good. Stay tuned! This is an Amish pot roast recipe in the
slow cooker but it can also be cooked in the oven. I have a chuck roast and you can use any
kind of beef roast you may have. The seasonings are simple. A little salt and
black pepper, a sprinkle of thyme, and a couple of crumble bay leaves and just
crush the leaves as fine as you can. I’m seasoning both sides of the beef roast
and placing in the crockpot. You can find this recipe and the list of ingredients
in the description box below. On top the roast I’m adding 1 large
sliced onion. This Amish pot roast is traditional with the onions but you can
also put any other veggies in there that you like… like celery, potatoes and
carrots are really good! One more ingredient and that is black coffee. This
recipe calls for one to two cups of black coffee and I’m putting in two cups
since this is a larger roast and I will be making gravy. Covering and cooking for
four hours on high or you can cook eight hours on the low setting. It’s been four hours and the kitchen is
smelling wonderful! The beef roast is done. The beef is nice and tender and moist.
The onions add lots of flavor throughout. The coffee flavor is very mild if any
and really just adds a richness to the beef and broth. You can use any unflavored coffee you
like. It really makes a delicious gravy! This Amish pot roast slow cooker recipe
is easy and comforting. Lots of flavor! The leftovers are great for sandwiches
and how about some roast beef hash for breakfast?! I hope you give this recipe a try and until
next time, enjoy. And Thanks so much for joining me here
in my kitchen. You can SUBSCIRBE here for my future video recipes and remember to
come visit me on Facebook. You never know what I might be cooking. Until next time… Much Love!

29 comments on “How to Make Amish Pot Roast ~ Slow Cooker Roast Beef Recipe”

  1. OldManCooking says:

    OH.. My Tess…. Those Onions on Top…. mouth watering …. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Dany Kao says:

    Your roast beef looks amazing! I love that you can use a fork to just pull apart the meat. No knife needed. ๐Ÿ˜‹

  3. Tim says:

    Coffee…..that's interesting.

  4. HelloJosieLiz says:

    Wow, that looks amazing!

  5. Donna M. Schmid says:

    I'm confused about the bay leaves… I'd always been taught that bay leaves don't soften, therefore are kinda dangerous if you eat them ("don't forget to take them out before serving!"). These are crunched up and appear to be eaten with the pot roast… Don't you have problems with them???

  6. Ellen's Homemade Delights says:

    Hello Tess! Delicious Pot Roast you have there! That's interesting using Coffee for the gravy; sounds great!!

  7. stroop43 says:

    Looks beautiful, will definitely be next on my menu , thank you.

  8. lemoncrinckles says:

    That looks wonderful, Tess, so tender and juicy and delicious! What happens to the crumbled bay leaves…do you strain them out? (:

  9. keith bettag says:

    looks good tess,,,,luvin that coffee deal—–hav a great week young lady

  10. FitAngie says:

    Hi Tess this pot roast looks succulent and delicious.

  11. TosTinMan EasyCooking says:

    Interesting! I don't think I've ever seen coffee used as a broth. The roast looked really good though!

  12. kristen miranda says:

    it's kinda like red eye gravy with pot roast, sounds delish๐Ÿค—

  13. Kimberly Jones says:

    I can't wait to make this….#winteryummy!

  14. Bryan's food reviews says:

    ๐Ÿ‘

  15. Vincenzos Plate says:

    I am really loving this roast. will definitely make it

  16. contreeman says:

    I GOT A ROAST IN THE FRIG. I DIDN'T EXPECT THE COFFEE ADD IN. I MAY TRY THIS GOD BLESS

  17. joed596 says:

    Good for you, Tess! ๐Ÿ™‚ You always make such great-looking and comforting meals! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Never thought of using coffee in a recipe like this, so is an interesting point to consider. Always enjoy your videos, thanks, and thumbs up, Norfolk Joe xox

  18. No Hippie BBQ & Cooking says:

    that really looked tender

  19. Katie Ulmer says:

    Wow! I will stop myself from drinking all the coffee so I have some extra to make this tomorrow. Looks great!

  20. Air Fryer Recipes with Booger500us says:

    Look how tender that meat turned out to be, nice Tess!

  21. The Root Boy Cooks ! says:

    Comfort food porn! Rock On Tess!

  22. Cookin' Amigo says:

    I've never heard of using coffee! That sounds amazing. Looks nice, tender and juicy!

  23. Ava's Flava says:

    Tess!!Yummy! I gotta try this! Never thought of using coffee…that would be delicious!

  24. shushushu says:

    Great video thks dear friend (^o^)/" Thumbs up.

  25. villa teng says:

    Great! Watched the full length of your video. Thanks for sharing

  26. Ray Mack's Kitchen and Grill says:

    I love it…I must try this recipe.

  27. Cheryl K says:

    WOW, this pot roast looks so moist and tender…great job!!!

  28. Remmy Meggs says:

    AMish slow cooker? LOL

  29. Kathleen Singh says:

    You seem to always be teaching me something new! Thanks. One question: do you know if you get similar results with decaf? I'd rather not give my family the caffeine fix if I'm serving it for supper.

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