Delicious and Easy Chuck Roast

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Today I made one of the tastiest roasts I have ever made. I sprayed my crockpot with cooking spray. Took a 3lb Chuck Roast and sprinkled one side with garlic salt and black pepper then rubbed it with a crushed beef bouillon cube. I flipped it over and did the same on the other side. Then a dashed on about a TBSP of Worcestershire Sauce and poured a cup of water over it. I cooked it on high for about an hour and a half then I threw in some washed new potatoes (and would have put in baby carrots if I’d have had some on hand). Turned it down to low and came back to it about five hours later. I removed the meat and potatoes and whisked in 2 TBSP of Gravy Master mixed with about 1/4 Cup of water. So easy and the flavor was amazing! Plus, my roast was better than fork tender! I couldn’t even slice it (the picture above was borrowed, the whole roast was devoured before I had a chance to snap a photo!!)

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