Crockpot Cooked Roast and Summer Veggies

We decided to try something different with the roast instead of the usual potatoes and carrots. We tossed some zucchini, onions, carrots, turnips, potatoes, and peppers in a bit of grapeseed oil and salt, and we let that marinate overnight. That seemed to make the turnips and zucchini less bitter in the final dinner.

delicious crock pot roast with summer veggies

I was in a hurry to get into the crockpot and head out the door for the day, so I grabbed a premixed seasoning out of the cabinet and gave the roast a good rub down with McCormick steak seasoning (the Prime Rib Rub one). It turned out pretty darn good.

delicious crock pot roast with summer veggies

Enjoy your time in the kitchen!
Brian


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About Brian

A few years ago I had gotten really sick with a mystery infection that put me in the hospital for over a week. When I got home I wasn't much better off. I had to have foot surgery and was laid up on the sofa for awhile. In that time I watched alot of Food Network and really gained a passion for food and it's preparation, cooking for my family was something I could still do even when I wasn't feeling my best and it was a way to help myself reach a healthier goal as well. Now I find myself always looking for healthier options that still taste wonderful and with my wifes gluten allergy I have even more of a challenge of feeding everyone. Honestly ... I am loving every minute of it. Because my kitchen has become my place of Zen.

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