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Warm up this fall with a hearty serving of this Italian Pot Roast. Easy to make in your slow cooker, this Italian Pot Roast is sure to please all tastes and budgets! You can prep a batch in no time, then just set the slow cooker and forget about it. By dinner time, you will be enjoying a hearty pot roast that warms you right up. Take a look at how to get started.
1. Pour the water and beef broth into the slow cooker. Mix in the dry onion soup mix and tomato sauce. Stir well.
2. Place the vegetables (onion, potatoes, carrots) in the bottom of the cooker. Distribute them into an even layer.
3. Place the roast on top of the vegetables. Sprinkle your pepper, oregano, and basil onto the meat.
4. Set the slow cooker on low for 8-10 hours. As it cooks, you can use a ladle to spoon the liquid of the roast and season it further. This will also keep it moist.
5. With a half hour left to cook, you can add a cup of pastina directly to the slow cooker. If you are worried about over/under cooking the pasta, you can cook it on the side in a sauce pan.
Serve your Italian Pot Roast over the pastina. If you wish you can add a sprinkle of parmesan cheese for an extra kick.
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Loaded Chicken Nachos by Tiffany
Have you totally been guilty, like I have, for buying loaded nachos with all the fancy smancy flavorful shredded meats, melted cheeses, etc. at your favorite restaurant? I’m going to save you some money, are you ready?! Best of all, you get your crock on! Whip that baby out from under the counter, I’ve got a tasty shredded chicken recipe for you! This shredded chicken recipe is very versatile and can be used for nachos, tacos, enchiladas or empanadas.
Sometimes I just need my ooey gooey cheesey chicken nacho fix. Especially on those hectic nights when I don’t feel like cooking up a big ol’ meal. Super duper easy and very very tasty! Plus, it’s a kid pleasing meal! Enjoy.
You can totally replace the diced tomatoes and green chilies for 1 can (15oz.) of Rotel tomatoes instead.
This makes approx. 6 cups of shreded chicken breast. Use or freeze the remaider for later use.
This can be made kid friendly by just leaving out the toppings your child does not prefer.