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Delicious and different pot roast. With the exception of the garlic pepper (couldn’t find it), I made this exactly as written. I substituted a tablespoon of coarse ground pepper and 1 t. minced garlic. Don’t be afraid of the 1/2 of jalapeños. The recipe is spicy, but not overwhelmingly so. 5 hours was not long enough though. I would either start at high then switch to low or cook on low for 7-8 hours. A definite keeper!
Smelled great, but won't be making again. My hubby said it was a waste of good spices. Personally I think you'd be better off if you did just the roast & shredded it to be used with tortillas. It took forever to cook in the slow cooker also. We started on a med setting cause we were going to be gone so would turn down then to low. When we got home it still wasn't tender so turned the crock pot up to 3 1/2. Got done doing those errands & checked out the roast. Nope, turned up to 4 our of a possible 5 & finished errands to come home to it bubbling nicely. All the cooking time came to 8 hours using overall med temp.
My husband and I love this. I didn't have all the ingredients so I used, stew meat ( which I believe the salsa broke down wonderfully) and I didn't have the green chili's. Next time I will add them, can't hurt, I'm sure. Anyway, we were dealing with a Corona Virus pantry so we made due with what we had. I cooked it for 6 hours then left it on low for another 15 hours and we kept eating it through the day. Delish.
This recipe is a joke. Several issues:
1. no liquid , you will need to add some water or broth
2. too much ingredients for a standard crock pot, you will need an extra large one for this one to work
3. 5 hours on low doesn't work. I am 8 hours on high and still cooking. Meat done but potatoes still raw.
4. Hot spices are out of sight. Gut will be cauterized if you make this. Cut it way back.
Good pot roast. Pretty spicy. I did not use the hot sauce because I could tell it was going to be spicy without it. I like spicy and hubby doesn’t like spicy like me. I was worried about the recipe not having liquid so I added just shy of a cup of beef broth. Slow cooked on low about 4 hours. My chuck roast was only 2 pounds so I did adjust spices and other ingredients accordingly. Oh yes! I did add the drippings from browning the meat.
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