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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 2 days ago #3813392

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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813578

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Well, darn..*I* was hoping to see some comment here, as *I* am interested in what other home cooks use...
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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813603

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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813616

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What is a pot roast please?

Is it like a casserole where everything is put into a pot with a lid and cooked in an oven?
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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813619

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Pot roast is an American beef dish made by slow cooking a usually tough cut of beef in moist heat. Tougher cuts such as chuck steak, bottom round, short ribs and 7-bone roast are preferred a lot for this technique. These cuts are American terms...

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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813620

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I use lean, diced steak, tossed in flour then sealed in hot fat before slow casseroling with mushrooms and onions
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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813665

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I always use a chuck roast.

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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813685

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bjean1963 wrote: I always use a chuck roast.


Yes Chuck roast or brisket.

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What are some best cuts of meat for pot roast? What do you prefer? 1 week 1 day ago #3813695

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I used to pot roast joints of brisket or topside / silverside.

My husband and kids preferred “topside” or “silverside” because it was leaner than brisket - I don’t eat meat, so I just bought what they preferred.

I am not sure what the “topside” and “silverside” cuts of beef is called in USA - according to “Google”, it may be called “round cut” ?
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