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Traditional Dutch Oven Pot Roast

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    Traditional Dutch Oven Pot Roast

    Made this on Sunday. Used parsnips, carrots, onion, mushrooms and celery for veggies. Added the parsnips, carrots and mushrooms the last hour as I don't like them turning to mush. I'll post the recipe link for reference. Seasoned the roast with 16 mesh pepper and kosher salt before searing. If you have the time, this recipe knocks it outta the park.
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    Love parsnips in dishes like this, really a forgotten root vegetable around these parts anyway.
    I like to roast them in the oven until they start to caramelize too then slicing and add when serving.
    Lots of added flavor.


    • smokin fool
      smokin fool commented
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      Oh boy, I just can not do Turnips....no way no how.....

    • Jared49
      Jared49 commented
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      There’s nothing better with a nice slow cooked beef roast than parsnips!!

    • IowaGirl
      IowaGirl commented
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      I will also do rutabagas in dishes like this. They're all good, IMO.

    That looks great. Perfect time of year for it too!


      Another great comfort food recipe. And a guy named Fritz should know something about using a Dutch oven!


      • Hulagn1971
        Hulagn1971 commented
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        Lol, true!

      PBR for liquid? Or paired afterward.
      I got my first ever Dutch Oven last year for camping.
      Just a new toy to learn.
      So it is good to see fine cooks on the Dutch Oven.


        Looks wonderful. Got to add this recipe to my mix. Great job!


          That’s outstanding! Love it - thank you for sharing!


            Great Comfort Food?

            I'm Alla Bout It, Brother!


              Very nice!


                Making traditional pot roast next week. Your pics look great. Hopefully I can come close to matching what I'm seeing on my screen.


                  Mighty fine looking roast. Has me thinking I should get a chuckie out of the freezer.



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