Good cuts of beef to use for a pot roast include round, chuck and brisket, notes the Kitchn. These cuts are tougher, lean cuts with a large amount of connective tissue. When the pot roast is slowly cooked, the collagen i... More »

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Four good cuts for beef roasts include rib roasts, short loin, sirloin and round cuts. These cuts come from less muscular parts of the cow, making them more tender than other roast cuts. More »

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It takes about 1 hour per pound of meat to cook a pot roast at 275 degrees Fahrenheit. For example, a 3-lb. cut of beef will take 3 hours to cook fully at this temperature. The best cuts of meat to use are tough cuts, su... More »

Combine 2 cans of condensed mushroom soup, 1 package dry onion soup mix, 1 1/4 cup water and 5 1/5 pounds of pot roast in a Crock-Pot. Set the Crock-Pot to high and cook for 3 to 4 hours or cook on low for 8 to 9 hours. More »

Corned beef is a cut of beef, usually a brisket, that has been cured or pickled slowly in a brine mixture of salt, sugar and spices, before being cooked. Once the meat has been cured, it may be cooked with vegetables and... More »

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The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, recommends making pot roast with chuck roast beef. Martha Stewart offers several recipes for chuck roast, including a french dip sandwich, a shredded beef sandwich, a few types of beef st... More »

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The time it takes to cook a pot roast in the oven depends on the roast's weight and cut. For example, a loin roast that weighs 2 to 5 pounds takes 20 minutes per pound to cook at 325 degrees Fahrenheit. More »