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Easy Bison Roast in a Crock Pot

Caralien | Apr 23, 200906:21 PM     9

I'm all for lazy cooking, and this one was great.

2lbs onions--sliced 1/4"
3lb Chuck roast (from Readington Bison Farm), sliced into 1" steaks
1/2 bottle red wine remnants
1 pint chicken broth
2T Sea salt (small handful)

Layer in Crock pot in order, and leave for 20 hours low (I didn't like the idea of cutting onions in the morning, so I started it at 8PM the night before).

FYI: at 7AM, very oniony, needed more salt (original recipe had no salt); meat needed more cooking.

Tonight, the meal was incredible. Everything tender.

We put a small grating of romano on top, but it was so good. For storage, separated the meat from the stock (a perfect onion soup).

Cheers!

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