Nuwave Oven Pot Roast

The pot roast is a meal that fits all occasions that is filling and easy to make, whether you are inviting friends over for dinner or cooking a hearty family meal. The recipe below will guide you on how to make the perfect pot roast using simple ingredients that are readily available.   How would you like to have a pot roast ready in one hour?

Ingredients for making the NuWave Oven Pot Roast

3 lb of boneless beef chuck roast,

1/4 Cup of Flour

1/2 cup of red wine

2/3 Cup of Water

Tblsp Soy Sauce

Tblsp Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce

About 2 cups of Baby Carrots

Cut up Red potatoes (no need to peel)

1 bay leaf

 
nuwave oven pot roastMethod of preperation for the NuWave Oven Pot Roast

In a cooking bag add all ingredients.

On the one inch rack in your NuWave Oven  flip the bag so that the roast side is up. Cook for 60 minutes on high.  Check the potatoes, you might have to add 5 or 10 minutes based on how one they are.  It seems like a lot of liquid but it really is not.  If you want to make some gravy out of the liquid just put in a saucepan and mix some cornstarch with water.  Start to slowly mix in the corn starch and simmer until thick.

This meal serves 4-5 people.

What I love about the pot roast is you can’t go wrong.   It is the perfect dish to serve when you are having guests over.  Pot roasts essentially say I have my shit together let’s sit down and eat.  It is the all American meal for guests.  Cooking a roast normally takes very low cooking temperatures, as a matter of fact most are prepared in a crock pot.  Now, however, you don’t have to wait all day for the thing to be done because it just takes an hour in the NuWave.

One thought on “Nuwave Oven Pot Roast

  1. People don”t try this…….followed the reciepe to the letter….it was my sisters birthday dinner and the roast was hard…..potatoes and carrots were soft….. but what a dissapointment!!!

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