A little smoked Chuck Roast/Pot Roast/Stew/Soup/Whatever
Mrs Kapn is on the road for a bit helping with GrandKiddos in Md., so I just needed some Comfort Food!! :redface:
When I smoke Chuckies, I always do several extra and portion them out to VacuSuck for later.
I pull them off the smoker in the low 180's or so and finish the cook later to soften them up and to meld the smoke flavor with the broth and veggies.
Started with this from the freezer yesterday:
Removed from Bag and into the oven (partially frozen) with a can of beef broth at 275 for about 2 hours.
Added some veggies and other goodies and back into the oven for an hour or so.
Put 1/2 in a bowl and chowed down.
Pull apart tender!
Did a "Jiffy Mix" CI Skillet cornbread with some cheese added--too hungry to take pics at that point! :redface:
The other 1/2 is my lunch for today!
Thanks for looking.
Looks great! I'm curious about that Maggi sauce though. Is it like anything else?
I like things in a bowel
My best friend was married to a lady from Thailand and it was used in almost everything from "killer" bloody mary's to ????
Fact is, the pool side bar at Old Key West at DW uses it in their bloody marys.
Basic Unami flavoring.
I use it is sauces, broths, jerky, and most everything except breakfast cereal :redface:
Lots of web info out there.
Tim that looks Great Thanks for the info
Smoked Chuck Roast/Pot Roast/Stew/Soup/Whatever is one of my favorites! :hungry:
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