Easy Slow Cooker Steak Roast
Makes 2-3 servings (when hungry) or 3-4 (if paired with a salad) or 1 (if drunk)
3/4 pound (or whatever is a good hand-sized short round roast) Short Round Roast
1/2 cup flour
1 package Beefy Onion Lipton Soup
1 1/2 cup Beef Broth
5 medium Red Potatoes, quartered
2 Yellow Onions, quartered
15ish baby carrots
Take slow cooker out of cabinet. I like the oval kind because then you aren't stacking things in a bucket but arranging things in a bathtub. Defrost beef overnight. When pliable, drain juice into trash (I didn't do this but it is probably a good idea) and add 1/2 cup flour and beef into a ziploc bag. Play. Put floured beef into middle of slow cooker bowl. Sprinkle Beefy Onion Lipton Soup all over the top of the beef and around it on the bare crock bottom. Pour on the Beef Broth. You can stir it around if it's too powdery but don't touch the top of the beef. It's disheveled for a reason.
Surround the roast with the quartered red potatoes (that you scrubbed with a potato scrubber - it's gross how much dirt you get off seemingly-clean-looking potatoes). Top that with the quartered onions; go with smaller ones small since the big ones would just be too big to get soft, plus it's per pound and not per each so bigger is not always cheaper. Top that with the carrots, but put 3-4 on top of the beef just because you can and dehydrated salty-oniony-beefy carrots are delish.
Put on High for 5 hours or Low for 8 hours. If you like it super soft, go 6 hours on High and 10 hours on Low.
That's about it. Lovely. Magic. It's now gone and in our tummies. Time for....zzzzzz