Pot Roast Caribe Recipe
Delicious variation of the basic pot roast with a Caribbean flair.
I was in a "roast rut" and couldn't bring myself to making yet another roast. However, when I stumbled upon this recipe this morning, I was thrilled to see a recipe that included some different, almost "exotic" spices/flavors. I loved it and it turned out well even though I messed up the cooking method (mixed the flour, chopped onion, and all spices in with the tomato sauce which resulted in a paste..oops). It all cooked down nicely, however, and everyone enjoyed it. I really liked the new flavors and will make it again. My husband, who is a "no frills, try nothing new" guy liked it, but wasn't as thrilled about it as I was. I think you have to be a little daring to really LOVE this recipe...but nevertheless everyone still enjoyed it and had seconds.
I liked this alot ,Wanted something new. Diden't care for the Vegies in the sause and would definatly add a little heat next time. Made great sandwiches the next day
This kicked-up Baja-inspired pot roast delivers an explosion of Southwestern flavor with every bite.
Pot roast and vegetables are baked at a low temperature for 3 hours and then topped with a homemade gravy made with pan juices.
I make this meal quite often it is so simple and so quick and always comes out perfect, if you love tender roast you must try this!
This is a very easy and delicious pot roast recipe. It's designed especially for the working person who does not have time to cook all day, but it tastes like you did.
This basic recipe is recommended for blushing brides and other beginners. Vegetables, such as carrots, potatoes, and celery can be done along with the roast, if desired.
VERY tender and delicious. Using the pressure cooker saves SO much time that this recipe can be used on a weekday and still you can manage to eat dinner at a decent hour.
Honey, cloves, lemon juice give this pot roast a unique taste that's sure to become a favorite family meal.