So, I went and got a few roasts out of the freezer to throw in the crockpot. I figured if I am going to be roasting some beef, I might as well roast a few.
The bad thing about frozen meat, you can cram it as well into a 6 quart crockpot. Here you will see an arm roast and a rump roast.
If you are going to be roasting, you need a liquid. I like roasting in alcohol. For this savory dish I grabbed a beer. A light beer is not my first choice, but since it was Sunday (you can’t buy beer on Sunday in Indiana) and light beer is what I had, a Bud Light was what I used. Pour the whole bottle over the meat.
I tossed two envelopes of onion soup on top of the meat.
I threw in a few garlic cloves for good measure. I mean, really can you cook without adding a few cloves of garlic.
Give ‘em a good whack with the knife.
Pop the peels off and do a rough chop.
Toss on into the crock.
Make sure you get some of the goodness down in the beer. For these rock solid, frozen roasts, I put the crock on low all night and go to bed.
When I got up in the morning, I pulled the rump roast out to make barbecued beef later in the week.
I then picked out the large pieces of excess fat and tour the meat of the arm roast a part. I then grabbed a can of cream of mushroom soup and poured over top. Add about six cups of water. Add salt and pepper.
Mix all together and go to work for the day.
An hour or so before you want to eat, add the fabulous Coe’s Noodles or whatever noodles you have in your pantry. Add up to four more cups of water to your liking.
Serve over mashed potatoes.