Slow Cooker Cajun Pot Roast with Sweet Peppers

Let’s fire up the slow-cooker for a versatile and delicious prep-ahead dinner. Cajun Pot Roast with Sweet Peppers delivers on flavor and simplicity. Add some whole grain pasta, baked potato or brown rice to serve along with this recipe and you have dinner done!

 

Cajun Pot Roast with Sweet Peppers

2-3 pound chuck roast

1 tablespoon salt-free Cajun seasoning

½ teaspoon hot sauce

Black pepper to taste

1- 14.5 oz. can un-drained, no added salt, diced tomatoes

1-2 red, green and/yellow peppers, sliced in to strips

 

Place a 2 to 2 1/2 pound beef chuck roast into the crock pot, cutting to fit. Sprinkle the salt-free Cajun seasoning over meat. Add ½ teaspoon hot sauce and black pepper to taste. Pour un-drained diced tomatoes over the roast. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 8 to 10 hours or on high-heat setting for 4 to 5 hours, adding 1-2 pepper’s cut into strips for the last 30 minutes of cooking. Serve meat with extra vegetables, rice, potatoes or a pasta if desired.

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