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« on: February 18, 2013, 11:57:33 PM »

Bavarian Pot Roast (Slow Cooker Recipe)
Contributed by: Jan Brenkus, Nurse, Fresenius Medical Care Berwyn, Illinois

Ingredients:
3 pounds beef chuck roast
1 tsp. vegetable oil
1/2 tsp. ground ginger
1/2 tsp. pepper
3 whole cloves
2 c. apple, sliced
1/2 c. onion, sliced
1/2 c. apple juice or water
4 Tbsp. flour
4 Tbsp. water
Method:
Trim roast of excess fat. Rinse and pat dry. Rub oil into top of roast. Dust with ginger and pepper. Insert whole cloves into roast.

Place apples and onion in crock pot. Top with roast, cutting as necessary to fit. Pour in apple juice.

Cover and cook on low for 10 to 12 hours or on high for 5 to 6 hours.

Remove roast and apples from slow cooker; reserve and keep warm. Turn slow cooker heat to high.

Make a smooth paste with flour and water. Add to slow cooker, stirring to combine.

Cover and cook until thickened. Pour over roast before serving.

Yield:
Serves 15  (Serving size 4 ounces)

Each serving provides:
234 Calories, 17g Protein, 5g Carbohydrate, 16g Total Fat, 6g Saturated Fat, 0g Trans Fat, 58mg Cholesterol, 280mg Potassium, 55mg Sodium, 151mg Phosphorus
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« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2013, 12:43:17 AM »

That looks delicious ! can I just ask what the c  (eg: 2c apples) stands for ? :)
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« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2013, 02:06:43 AM »

That looks delicious ! can I just ask what the c  (eg: 2c apples) stands for ? :)

I am pretty sure c. means cup, although it's tricky to measure sliced apple by the cup?
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« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2017, 02:00:37 PM »

This roast recipe looks like a real treat! Thanks for also including the nutritional info with it. Surprisingly, according to a Fresenius nutrition guide I have, it says flour is allowed. I like that this recipe includes a way to make a gravy/paste to pour over the roast using it's own juices with a little flour. I love using my crock pot/slow cooker. Less cleanup.
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« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2017, 04:00:44 PM »


I tossed a bunch of apples, sliced, in with a pork roast.  It worked very well to keep the moisture high.

Turned out so well 40 y.o. Son ate ALL the Apples, and a lot of the Roast.
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« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2017, 04:40:23 PM »


I tossed a bunch of apples, sliced, in with a pork roast.  It worked very well to keep the moisture high.

Turned out so well 40 y.o. Son ate ALL the Apples, and a lot of the Roast.

I wish my husband liked pork but he hates it even tho I tell him "pork is the other white meat". He's also iffy on any kind of poultry. I like making beef pot roast. Provides a lot of leftovers and can be used for sandwiches. I wonder if the apples for this recipe can be substituted with applesauce or pineapple or cranberry sauce. I'm hungry just thinking about it! Just lost 13 pounds in 3 weeks so I am not going to blow it by breaking down and pigging out on anything. Going to stick to healthy food like my husband has to. Better start thinking of making this roast.     
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« Reply #6 on: February 18, 2017, 06:41:02 PM »


I wouldn't be surprised if most any fruit could be used and still have a flavoring effect.

Sad he must have had poor experiences with other meats while young to develop such a dislike for them.

I've made 'things' and not told people what it was until AFTER they ate them, and LIKED it.  Great care must be taken as if they do find out before hand they may never trust your cooking again.

Ground meats can be 'blended' and cooked.  Use a small amount of the 'new' meat a few times.  Later gradually add a little more.  Until one day you are using all and only the 'new' meat.  Sort of like switching foods with a finicky pet.  He may be you most favorite 'pet' after all.    LOL

I hope he doesn't read this post!
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