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Whole Food Plant-Based Pot Roast - Slow Cooker

Happy Friday, everyone!

You guys know what Friday means, one recipe made in a slow cooker or instant pot.

This week we are all about the slow cooker.

Get ready for the entire house to smell amazing and for an effortless dinner that will please the whole family.

Our whole food plant-based pot roast can be made in several different ways.

With soy curls, lentils, or even mushrooms!

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Whole Food Plant-Based Pot Roast - Slow
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Whole Food Plant-Based Pot Roast - Slow Cooker
By: The Jaroudi Family
[4 servings]
2 cups hydrated shredded soy curls 
*See Notes
3 cups diced potatoes (we love purple potatoes)
2 cups carrots chopped 
1 small red onion chopped 
1 cup celery chopped
4 cups vegetable stock (oil-free)
2 tbsp tomato paste 
1 tbsp garlic powder 
1 tsp oregano (dried)
1 tsp thyme (dried) 
1 tsp smoked paprika 
2 bay leaves 
Rehydrate soy curls in a large bowl by soaking them in water for around 10 minutes. Drain the water and place ½ of the soy curls in a high-speed blender. Blend on the lowest speed to shred the soy curls. Repeat with the other batch. 
In a large slow cooker - add in potatoes, carrots, onion, celery, vegetable stock, tomato paste, shredded soy curls, and seasonings.
Stir well to incorporate all ingredients. 
Set slow cooker on low for six hours. Remove bay leaves before serving. 
*You may substitute soy curls for:
-2 cups chopped mushrooms
-2 cups shredded jackfruit 
-1 cup of red/brown/green lentils

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Deborah A. Likens
Deborah A. Likens
Nov 17, 2020

Looking forward to this for supper. The house will smell glorious when I get home!


Oct 02, 2020

I made this in the morning for tonight's dinner. It was delish! I added asparagus and mushrooms as I am having a hard time locating soy curls.....out of stock it seems. I also added dried mushrooms that I ground to a powder, that made the liquid thicken up like gravy. Next time I am going to add broccoli also. Hubby loved it too. Thank you for all you do and these wonderful recipes!


Deborah A. Likens
Deborah A. Likens
Sep 28, 2020

Yummo I made this last night for tonight. I added a can of mushrooms and some was incredible. Husband loved it. And he is a meat eater.


Sep 19, 2020

Will this recipe work without tomato paste? The high acid content in tomatoes makes me sick.

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