October 30th, 2006|
Parnelli's Pot Roast
Directions - Parnelli's Pot Roast
2. On stove top, place large skillet or pan, turn burner temperature to high, allow pan to heat for about 2 minutes.
3. While skillet/pan is heating, rub 1 teaspoon of my seasoning on each side of the chuck roast.
4. Place chuck roast in heated skillet/pan, and brown meat on first side for 2- minutes, and on second side for 3 - minutes (skillet/pan loses some of it's heat on first side of meat).
5. Remove chuck roast from skillet/pan, and place on platter to rest.
6. Add vegetable oil to skillet/pan, just enough to cover the bottom.
7. Add sliced onions, sliced bell peppers, and minced garlic to skillet/pan, stirring continuously until onions soften.
8. Add tomato juice (V-8), smashed olives and raisins.
9. Bring mixture to a boil and reduce stock to half its original volume.
10. The chuck roast will be cooked inside a double layer of heavy-duty aluminum foil (recommend the long roll). Place first sheet of aluminum foil over large container to make pouch in foil. Add half of the reduced vegetable mixture to the bottom of the pouched foil.
11. Place browned chuck roast on top of the vegetable mixture.
12. Place remaining vegetable mixture on top of the chuck roast.
13. Close aluminum pouch, being sure to seal all seams tightly, wrap sealed aluminum pouch with a second sheet of aluminum foil, sealing all seams.
14. Place wrapped package on middle rack of oven, and cook at 200 degrees F, for 3 - to - 3 ½ hours (depends on whether you wish medium rare or medium).
15. At the end of the cooking time, remove from oven. Lay packet on platter to cool for 30 minutes (this allows the meat to continue to cook, and allows the juices to return to the meat fibers). While the meat is resting, you can snip a corner of the foil pouch, and drain the liquid into a container to allow any fat and grease to rise to the top for removal.
16. When the 30 minute resting period is done, open pouch and remove meat, and either break up into sections, or slice. Garnish the top of the meat servings with some of the onion, pepper, olive raisin mixture. Serve with the sauce/gravy that you removed earlier.
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