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Sicilian Pot Roast


They had rump roast on sale last week and I picked one up undecided what I wanted to do with it.  While I was searching through some recipes over at Tasty Kitchen, I came across one that had received all positive reviews and looked delicious, so I gave it a try.

It’s different than the typical pot roast I make with potatoes, carrots and onion.  I was looking for something different so this worked out perfectly.

The tomato and garlic really does something different to this dish in a very good way.  The meat was fork tender and the sauce was tangy and filled with garlic.  I added some thyme and rosemary to the dish, which the original recipe did not call for, but it turned out wonderfully.  Other than that, I kept the recipe the same way.

Here is the link to the recipe Sicilian-Style Pot Roast if you want to give this a try.  I highly recommend it!

I served this with some Roasted Potatoes
and asparagus.  It was a perfect Sunday dinner.

Enjoy!

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3 responses to “Sicilian Pot Roast

  1. Shawn April 5, 2011 at 9:25 AM

    I’m definitely trying this…Yours looks delish! Thanks for thyme & rosemary hint.

  2. boredcook April 6, 2011 at 9:02 AM

    Thanks, Shawn.

    The next time I make it I think I’m going to try it with some fire roasted tomatoes. Hope you enjoy it!

    Pam

  3. Maris (In Good Taste) April 10, 2011 at 6:46 PM

    Pot roast is one of my favorite meals and I am happy to have a new recipe to try.

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