Try this one-of-a-kind Mississippi Pot Roast recipe for an incredibly tender and delicious roast. It’s packed with butter and zesty peppers, making it a comforting dish. Enjoy it with mashed potatoes or steamed rice. If you haven’t tried Mississippi roast before, now’s the time to give it a go.
While it’s not your typical pot roast, this recipe will satisfy even the most selective eaters. This renowned Mississippi Pot Roast requires only five ingredients: chuck roast, butter, brown gravy mix(I used McCormick), Pepperoncini peppers(and juice), and ranch dressing mix. If you’re a fan of effortless slow cooker recipes, grab these ingredients quickly! You can prepare it in a slow cooker and then forget about it until it’s ready.
Chuck Roast – This is a highly marbled beef roast that is the key to this recipe. The marbling makes it extra tender.
Brown Gravy Mix – This ingredient thickens the sauce and adds a great beefy flavor.
Ranch Dressing Mix – This has great onion and garlic flavor, and it helps to give greeat taste to the meat.
Salted Butter – Adds a butter flavor and makes it ultra decadent. Use your favorite brand. You can use unsalted if needed.
Pepperoncini Peppers and Juice – the peppers and juice add a vinegary tang to the roast, don’t skip on this! It really kicks it up a notch on flavor!
Mississippi Pot Roast Step by Step Instructions
Add the chuck roast to the slow cooker.
Sprinkle over the dry Ranch dressing Mix
Sprinkle over the Brown Gravy.
Add 12 or so jarred Pepperoncini peppers and about a 1/4 cup of the juice.
Add the stick of butter.
Cover and cook on LOW for 8-10 hours or on HIGH for 6-7 hours.
Shred the meat with two forks and serve.
So, if you’re seeking a hassle-free, delectable slow-cooker recipe that’s bound to impress, don’t hesitate to try this Mississippi Pot Roast. It’s a true crowd-pleaser that offers a delightful twist on the classic pot roast.