Mississippi Pot Roast is slow cooked with ranch and French onion seasonings, pepperoni peppers and butter until tender. Half way through the cooking, carrots, onions and potatoes are added to give this flavorful beef a classic pot roast touch.
WHAT IS MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST?
Have you ever heard of a Mississippi Pot Roast? I didn’t either until about a month ago. I guess it’s because I’m from Michigan. Apparently it’s a stable in the south. Rump roast is slow cooked with ranch and au jus seasoning with pepperocini peppers and butter. It’s also served over rice or mashed potatoes. I’m not a Mississippi expert but Bell of the Kitchen is and I went off her recipe to make a Paleo version.
HOW TO MAKE MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST
- The first step in making this recipe is to slow cook the rump roast for about 8 hours. This allows the ranch seasoning, French onion seasoning but and pepperocini peppers to really make the beef flavorful.
- The second and last step is to add potatoes, onions and carrots to the slow cooker about half way through the cooking time. The vegetables will slow cook while the beef becomes tender and will be served alone side the beef.