Wildtree released its Italian Simmering Sauce as part of their Fall 2015 Product Line. I love the flavor of this sauce and it is so versatile! I had initially ordered one bottle and immediately ordered 5 more because this was a Wildtree sauce I wanted to have on hand as a staple in my food pantry.
One of the things I love about Wildtree, other than that it is beyond healthy for you being organic, GMO-free and often Gluten-free, is that we provide recipes, searchable by product, type of meal and ingredient. For the Italian Simmering Sauce, this is a screenshot of the available recipes (with more being added often):
The first thing I whipped up was the Italian Simmered Steak Tips…it was, of course, PHENOMENAL! Now, for Fall/Winter I am definitely a crockpot kinda girl. I love being able to start something in the morning and by the time mid-afternoon rolls around and my sons start strolling in from school, the house is filled with a delicious aroma. You know, the kind of aroma they are going to remember as adults with a warm, fuzzy feeling 🙂
I made a version of the Italian Pot Roast (I didn’t have all the veggies at the time and was a tad lazy to go to the store) and again, a huge hit!
I started it in the morning – very easy prep, I just prefer to brown beef a bit before throwing it in the slow cooker. The meat comes out so tender and bursting with flavor. This crockpot meal is sure to become a family hit!
Italian Pot Roast Recipe
|1 pound baby carrots
1 pound baby red potatoes, halved
2 celery stalks, chopped
3 pound beef chuck roast
1 (14.5 ounce)can no salt added petite diced tomatoes
1/2 cup Wildtree Italian Simmering Sauce
1/4 cup flour
Method of Preparation
|Add carrots, potatoes, and celery to a slow cooker. Place beef chuck roast on top of vegetables. Pour diced tomatoes and Italian Simmering Sauce over the roast. Cover and cook on high for 5 – 6 hours or low for 8 – 10 hours. Transfer roast and vegetables to a pan or bowl. Transfer half of the liquid to a separate mixing bowl. Whisk flour into broth until smooth and transfer mixture back to slow cooker. Whisk until completely incorporated and smooth. Cover and cook for 10 minutes or until slightly thickened. Serve as a gravy over the pot roast.|
You can pick up some Italian Seasoning Sauce right from my Wildtree website. Happy cooking!