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sirloin tip roast *B & D Mommy* Due January 19; 2 kids; Illinois 16137 posts
8th Dec '12

How do you cook it in the crackpot without it getting really dry?? I want to make it nice and juicy and not dry lol

BrookeT Due April 26; Fort McMurray, Alberta 440 posts
8th Dec '12

Mix water, beef base and spices and pour it in the crock pot first.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
8th Dec '12

I want a crackpot...

*B & D Mommy* Due January 19; 2 kids; Illinois 16137 posts
8th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rd.:</b>" I want a crackpot..."</blockquote>




Lmao...I didn't even notice I did that. Apparently my phone wants me to have a crackpot too haha

Veronica m6 Due February 25 (boy); Fort Richardson, Alaska 1514 posts
8th Dec '12

You put the meat in the Crock Pot... pour Beef Broth til about 1/4...and then some Teriyaki and soy sauce (make sure you pour all directly over meat to put a fine coat on it). Next season meat with seasoned meat tenderizer,pepper, garlic powder, crushed red pepper flakes, and parsley flakes. (don't be shy with the season)..Sometimes I put a dash of Grill Mates Steak season too



Step 2
Add potatoes, bell peppers,carrots,celery, onion , minced garlic and mushrooms.
Fill with water a little over half way
set on high and let it do its thing



Later you can make some minute rice and put it (the meat)on top of or next to it.:wink:

Veronica m6 Due February 25 (boy); Fort Richardson, Alaska 1514 posts
8th Dec '12
Quoting Veronica m6:" You put the meat in the Crock Pot... pour Beef Broth til about 1/4...and then some Teriyaki and soy sauce ... [snip!] ... set on high and let it do its thing Later you can make some minute rice and put it (the meat)on top of or next to it.:wink:"


As far as the rice...only if you don't use potatoes or don't add them on the plate.

JohnSilverSmith TTC since Dec 2011; 3 kids; Groton, Connecticut 465 posts
8th Dec '12
Quoting *B & D Mommy*:" How do you cook it in the crackpot without it getting really dry?? I want to make it nice and juicy and not dry lol"

The water level in the crockpot should at least be to the level of the top of the meat. If not, it'll dry out quick.