Recipe Idea: Ginger Pot Roast With Ginger Snap Gravy
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Hi. It’s Lois at Recipe Idea Shop, giving you a new slow cooker recipe, Ginger Pot Roast with Ginger Snap Gravy. I got the idea from my neighbor Diane, who told me fondly of her grandmother’s Ginger Snap Gravy. When she explained it to me, I decided to try the gravy with a slow cooker Pot Roast.
I love ginger in stir fry, with chicken, in vegetables and in desserts. So I thought I would like this too. And I was right! It was very tasty and unusual, a nice change of pace for a cold day.
I cooked the dish on high in the slow cooker for an hour; then turned it down to low for three hours. If you don’t have a programmable slow cooker, and you want to make this dish without fuss, I suggest cooking it on low for about seven hours. You can use a cheap light timer to turn your slow cooker on at the right time and come home to a nearly finished meal. All you have to do is make the gravy before serving, and that takes just a few minutes.
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