Comfort Food: Alabama Pot Roast

I was born and raised in Alabama, so there’s one thing I know all about.  Comfort foods.  We may not top the charts in education or dental hygiene here in this state, but if there’s one thing we excel at, it’s GOOD FOOD.  I started cooking in my Granny’s kitchen at an early age beside my mom and aunts, learning how to peel potatoes and roll out biscuit dough.  This pot roast is one of my family favorites, so I figured I’d share it with the world because it’s incredibly simple to make, and it tastes like pure love.  If you make this for your family they are going to think you slaved away all day in the kitchen when really you just dumped a few ingredients into the crockpot and let it sit all day long.

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Here are the ingredients you’ll need:

Those last two ingredients are the reason I’m calling this an “Alabama Pot Roast” because they are both made right here in the great state of Alabama.  Southern Flavor is made in Selma and Dale’s in Birmingham, and both are a staple in every pantry from Mobile to Madison.  Or they should be.

Alabama Pot Roast

This is not a requirement, but you can marinate the chuck roast in a Ziploc overnight, or you can just dump all the ingredients right into your crockpot (or Ninja, in my case).   My sister introduced me to the Ninja and it’s hard to go back.  She also cooks a mean Ninja pot roast!  Alabama Pot Roast-3

Cook all of this on low for eight to twelve hours, and you’ve got yourself a delicious one-pot dinner that your family will rave about.  My granny would have added giant hunks of Vidalia onion to this pot, but my husband is not a fan so I leave those out.  Serve this with a side of cornbread and you’re all set.

It just doesn’t get any more comforting than this, y’all.

Perfect Alabama Pot Roast with potatoes and carrots

EXCEPT for all these other comfort foods in our Comfort Food blog hop today!  Come take a looksie around all my friend’s kitchens and see what kind of yumminess they are cooking up!

Domestically Speaking pumpkin spice pancakes
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia alfredo pasta bake
Cupcakes and Crinoline crockpot chicken and dumplings
Clean and Scentsible cheesy vegetable chowder
Setting for Four easy apple cake
Yesterday on Tuesday french onion soup
Redhead Can Decorate butterscotch brownies
Unskinny Boppy Alabama pot roast
Nibbles By Nic apple pie french toast
Restoration Redoux chocolate chip cheesecake dip
Cottage at the Crossroads mom’s pot roast
What Meegan Makes apple crisp
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  1. Oh wow, looks so good, might have to make this for the family!!! Pinned

  2. Oh yum!! Looks amazing!

  3. Oh my…I am buying a chuck roast immediately. I love the brown “edges” that develop on the potatoes. I’m going to have to order these products from Alabama. When we lived in Jacksonvillen,FL we travelled through Alabama a couple times…I should have stopped for pot roast!

  4. OMG thank you for making me laugh… love how you started your post. Your pot roast recipe looks absolutely amazing! Pinning. Happy Weekend!

  5. Oh Beth that looks so good! I need to look for those seasoning… I might have to order them online… I will find a way – it looks too amazing not to try!

  6. Rebecca McCabe says:

    I ordered the dales seasoning but the other one isn’t in stock on Amazon. My question is what’s the diff between a Ninja and a regular crock pot. Looks the same. Thanks, Rebecca

  7. Nothing more comforting than a pot roast! I have seen the Dale’s seasoning in stores but I’ve never purchased it. And I’m sure I’d really like that Southern Flavor one, too. Will have to pick up both of those on your recommendation!

  8. This looks so incredibly tasty Beth!! I love tummy filling recipes like this – my guys will love it! Pinning!

  9. Who wouldn’t love this on a Sunday evening? YUM! I am excited to try the vidalia onions. I hear they are the best onion around. Thanks for a recipe that will be a long time favorite in our family, I am sure.

  10. Yowza this looks amazing, Beth! With all boys I need hearty meals and this is a winner. I can’t wait to make this for them.

  11. This looks delicious! I’m going to have to try out some of those seasonings! Such yummy goodies on this tour!

  12. It looks so delicious. I love it.

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