Mississippi Style Pot Roast. Mississippi pot roast is a perfect dish perfect for the Slow Cooker. Put the roast in a slow cooker. Add the butter, au jus gravy mix, ranch dressing mix and pepperoncini peppers and juice.
Form a pocket in the top of roast and place butter, pepperoncini peppers, ranch dressing mix, and au jus mix in the pocket. Mississippi Pot Roast is a combination of five simple ingredients that all cook together in your slow cooker. It's typically made with a chuck roast, which is inexpensive and easy to find at most grocery stores. You can cook Mississippi Style Pot Roast using 9 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mississippi Style Pot Roast
- It’s 2-3 lb of beef roast (I prefer sirloin tip).
- It’s 2 tbsp of olive oil.
- You need to taste of pepper.
- Prepare 1 stick of unsalted butter.
- It’s 1 package of dry au jus gravy mix.
- It’s 1 package of dry ranch dressing mix.
- You need 5-6 of peperoncini peppers.
- It’s 1/8 cup of peperoncini brine.
- Prepare of All purpose flour (for the gravy).
You can also makes this with other cuts of meat, like I have with Mississippi Pulled Pork. Mississippi pot roast is what we would call a "dump dinner" — the beef goes into the slow cooker, the rest of the ingredients get dumped on top of it, and then the whole thing gets cooked. There's no browning the beef, no extra add-ins before serving. You don't even have to stir together the ingredients!
Mississippi Style Pot Roast step by step
- Preheat the olive oil in a skillet, season the meat with pepper and then sear it on all sides..
- Add the seared roast to your slow cooker, fat side up..
- Sprinkle the au jus and ranch mixes and then place the stick of butter on top of the roast..
- Place the peperoncinis around the roast, in regular intervals..
- Pour the brine around the edges or even on top, if you like..
- Cook on low for 7-8 hours..
- Once it's done, remove it to a plate so it can rest..
- Pour the liquid into a sauce pan, add flour a teaspoon at a time, stir briskly with a whisk and simmer on low until it thickens into a rich gravy..
- Serve with rice or mashed potatoes and a vegetable of your choice. Enjoy!!.
Mississippi pot roast is the ultimate excuse to bust out your slow cooker. Also, in case you were wondering, the Mississippi pot roast does, in fact, claim origins in the state of Mississippi. The nice thing about Mississippi mud pot roast is that you can use an inexpensive cut of meat like a chuck roast or a pot roast, even a pork roast will do. Keep the seasonings the same, cooking it 'low and slow' in the crockpot for incredibly juicy results! This Smoked Mississippi Pot Roast is a mouth-watering pot roast that'll make the most amazing Sunday dinner for your family.