Slow Cooker Pot Roast with Potatoes, Carrots, Celery, Onions and Garlic
A Jar Of Harissa Is All You Require To Spice Up A Beef Pot Roast
With rich flavors, tender and juicy meat, and plenty of veggies, a beef pot roast already has so much to offer, but an addition of spicy harissa can elevate its taste even further.
Harissa is a North African chili paste made from roasted red peppers, garlic, olive oil, spices, and herbs. It offers spicy, smoky, and peppery notes with a hint of sweetness.
A pot roast's savory richness is infused with the paste's fiery touch and subtle aroma, so every bite is packed with an intensity that unfolds into exciting layers of flavors.
Tasting Table recipe developer Michelle McGlinn mixes harissa into the broth for the roast. The condiment is relatively spicy, so a few tablespoons is enough to taste the heat.
You can also marinate the beef with a mixture of harissa, spices, and herbs, ensuring that the harissa permeates every fiber of the meat to deliver a bold, tantalizing taste.
Available in varying heat levels, harissa also pairs well with various dipping sauces, vegetable dishes, and other culinary creations, so it's worth it to keep a jar on hand.