Cannabis-infused slow-cooked pot roast recipe
Most consumers are inexperienced and have no idea how easy it can be to learn how to make edibles. There is no need to be paying high prices for mediocre products as they tend to be limited in both quantity and selection.
Since you just stopped by for a delicious pot roast recipe, we won’t go too far into the detailed explanation of how to make edibles of all kinds. Instead, you will find a step by step guide on how to create the best hearty and beefy pot roast possible. It doesn’t take skill to master edibles, only a keen eye for measurements, and a cautious attitude regarding dosing.
Pot roast recipe with cannabis
Tender beefy pot roast is perfect for family gatherings and stores well in the fridge if you are left with any extras. Though beef can be a challenging dish to prepare, the most difficult part of this pot roast recipe is the wait. Cooking a roast at low temperatures for longer ensures a juice and fall apart roast every single time. So, put away that glass of water that you keep on hand for dry meats, and let’s get started on this fantastic pot roast.
· 4lb. beef roast
· 15oz of chopped tomatoes (in juice)
· 5 garlic cloves (shelled and diced)
· 5 carrots (peeled and cut into ¼ inch chunks)
· 3 sweet potatoes (peeled and quartered)
· 2 red onions (chopped)
· 1 large white onion (chopped)
· 2 parsnips (peeled and cut into ¼ inch chunks)
· 2 celery sticks (cut into 1-inch pieces)
· 2 cups beef broth
· ½ cup red wine
· 5 tablespoons virgin olive oil
· 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
· 2 tablespoons flour
· 1 tablespoon of red wine
· 1 tablespoon thyme (fresh)
· 2 teaspoons salt
· 7 grams cannabis (more or less)
· Large roasting pan with lid
· Mixing spoon
· Carving knife
· Resting dish for roast
1. If you haven’t already, then this is a good time to prepare your vegetables, as once the process gets moving, there is no time for chopping and peeling in between steps.
2. Preheat the oven to 350°F and set a large roasting pan on a burner that is set to high.
3. Heat the olive oil in a pot while you season the roast beef with half of the spices.
4. Rest the roast in the oil for just long enough to brown it on either side. This shouldn’t take more than a minute or 2 per side.
5. Once the beef is seared, take it out of the roasting pan and place it on a dish for the moment.
6. Remove two tablespoons of the olive oil from the pot and drizzle the remaining liquid over the top of the roast.
7. Add the garlic, onion, celery and carrots to the pot, then cook until they are tender.
8. Thicken the mixture a bit, by adding flour to the roasting pan and ensuring that the ingredients are well blended.
9. Add the wine and tomatoes, including the water juices to the roasting pan and allow to cook until the mixture thickens, which may take anywhere from 5-10 minutes.
10. The beef roast can now return to the pan alongside the other partially cooked veggies.
11. Give the ingredients a good stir, before covering the roasting pan, then bake in the oven for 2 hours.
12. Once the roast has finished, remove it from the oven, and scoop out the fat, heat it up in a small pot along with the cannabis, parsley, add salt and pepper to taste.
13. Cook the gravy until it reaches the desired thickness and serves slices of the roast beef covered in a hearty dose of gravy.
The best weed strains for this pot roast recipe
It’s a well-known fact that the cannabis plant often comes equipped with a potent smell and flavor, but did you know that these flavors can be transferred into all your favorite marijuana edibles recipes?
Thanks to the wide variety of weed strains available today, you can choose from a virtual library of different types of cannabis to select one that contains aromas that will complement any recipe.
Since this one is a beef meat base, it would combine well with most citrus weed strains, but here are a few listed below that have been tried and tested:
· Ghost Train Haze
· Meat Breath
· Super Silver Haze
· Gorilla Glue
· Blue Dream