Shiner Roast Beef

Many of you know, sometimes I just do delicious things with my life. It is a blessing and a curse. Mostly a blessing. It comes with a lot of love and fame. Like, I basically cannot go anywhere without someone wanted to touch me or talk to me. It’s a hassle but I deal. Also I, like most intelligent human beings, love low-maintenance meals on a slightly more than rare occasion. I won’t lie about it, a friend told me that she loves my recipes until she sees how many ingredients I use. It hurt a little at first but then I realized this was just her way of telling me I’m pretty, skinny, and smart.

(Accolades of agreement are encouraged)

This recipe is something I’ve been wanting to try for a while and well, when United Supermarkets have a sell, it’s time to try something fun!

Shiner Roast Beef

Shiner Roast Beef

Beef Pot Roast

1 Bottle Shiner (or other Dark Beer)

1 Half Large White Onion, sliced

1 Package Lipton Onion Soup Mix

Cracked Black Pepper

Garlic Powder

There are a few ways you can do this recipe. It really just depends on what your fancy is and how you choose to tickle it.

imageIf you like the traditional style roast, sear the meat in a skillet on all sides before placing it in the slow cooker. Pour in all the ingredients and let it get crazy for 4-6 hours.

If you are like me and like to “mix” things up a bit, cut the roast into (approximately) 1 inch cubes and throw everything in together. After about 6 hours, the meat will start to fall apart from being so tenderly loved by your slow-cooker.

At this point, you can either proceed with face-stuffing or you can shred the meat up a teensy bit more by transferring to your Kitchen-Aid mixer for 2-3 minutes with the paddle attachment. I call that a dance party.

This makes for DELICIOUS shredded beef sandwiches, tacos, or basically anything ever.

I hope you try this recipe and think about me the whole time!Shiner Roast Beef