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Pot Roast with Beer

A good way to make a very cheap cut
of meat into a tender gourmet meal.

Category: 
Main Course
Main Ingredient: 
Beef
Serving Size: 
4 to 6 persons
Ingedients: 

Outside round roast, or your choice of cheap cut.
1 1/2 bottles of beer
1 package of dry onion soup mix
3 cloves of garlic, crushed, (if you want more or less go for it.)
oil to sear roast.
salt and pepper to taste.

Instructions: 

Heat oil in heavy pot, and sear roast on all sides at high heat.
Turn heat to low and add onion soup mix on top of roast.
Add 1 bottle of beer to make a liquid wash around the roast.
Add garlic.
salt and pepper to taste
Cover with lid and simmer for the rest of the afternoon, while the guys try to stay up-right.

Gravy: 1/2 hour before roast is done add the other 1/2 beer. Thicken with your favorite thickener.
Yorkshire pudding goes really good with this recipe because it generally makes lots of good gravy.


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