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Best Deer Roast Recipe

Recipe and Photos Provided By Ashley Edgson

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We got this recipe from a post on our Facebook Page for our country fans and folks best deer roast recipe. Something that I, The Cowgirl, have been desperately on the hunt for since mine never turn out too tasty. Ashley revealed her clever secrets to how she cooks roasts and many attested to how delicious it turns out!

This recipe is so awesome it works great for any roast, but especially deer roasts.

Yum and Yum.

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Best Deer Roast Recipe

Ingredients

1 package of au jus seasoning
1 package of pot roast seasoning
2 cans of Pepsi
2 smaller onions
Garlic

Instructions

Cut slits in the roast and add onions and garlic in the slits.

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Sear the roast in a frying pan.

Best Deer Roast Recipe countrybestblog.com

Put the roast in a crock pot. Add rest of cut up onions and pour the two seasoning packets on top of the roast. Pour Pepsi till the roast is a smidge less than half way covered.

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Cook on low for 5-6 hours or high for 3-4 (crock-pots vary, adjust accordingly).

Take roast out, slice it up and put it back in the crock-pot for at least 15 min on warm or if your roast is a bit underdone (I usually cook it between medium rare and medium) you can leave it for a bit longer on low if needed.

Best roast guaranteed!!! And the left over sauce is amazing gravy for potatoes!

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Best Deer Roast Recipe

Ingredients

1 package of au jus seasoning
1 package of pot roast seasoning
2 cans of Pepsi
2 smaller onions
Garlic
Instructions

  1. Cut slits in the roast and add onions and garlic in the slits.
  2. Sear the roast in a frying pan.
  3. Put the roast in a crock pot. Add rest of cut up onions and pour the two seasoning packets on top of the roast. Pour Pepsi till the roast is a smidge less than half way covered.
  4. Cook on low for 5-6 hours or high for 3-4 (crock-pots vary, adjust accordingly).
  5. Take roast out, slice it up and put it back in the crock pot for at least 15 min on warm or if your roast is a bit underdone (I usually cook it between medium rare and medium) you can leave it for a bit longer on low if needed.
  6. Leftover gravy works great for potatoes!

Enjoy your supper!

 

Signed,
The Cowgirl

 

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