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Cooking a Roast

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Depending on the type and size of your roast, there are a variety of ways to cook it to perfection. This is a guide about cooking a roast.
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December 1, 20111 found this helpful

This page contains crockpot roast recipes. Crockpot roasting is a great method to ensure moist tender meat. Add some vegetables and your meal is complete.

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Less expensive cuts of roast can be tender and delicious, when cooked at a low temperature. This is a guide about how to roast a cheap cut of beef.

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This tasty pot roast practically cooks itself. This is a guide about bottom round roast with onion gravy.

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This page contains pot roast recipes. Even cheaper cuts of meat come out moist and tender when cooked as a pot roast.

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August 15, 20060 found this helpful

What is the best way to make a roast that doesn't take forever?

Jamie from Midland, Texas

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By Kathy (Guest Post)
August 15, 20060 found this helpful
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I use the cooking bags. This really cuts down on cooking time! Just put in a little flour, shake the bag, put in the roast, then I put in some beef broth and you can put in potatoes or carrots or onions and tie the bag shut, poke a few slits in the top and pop it in a preheated oven.

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I use the Reynolds bags.

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August 15, 20060 found this helpful
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If you have a pressure cooker, you can cook it in there. We've done this sometimes even when the roast is frozen and in less than an hour you have pot roast like it was cooked all day in the crock pot.

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