If you follow me on Instagram you might have seen my post last week about receiving this gift box of seasoned salts from Rolling Rock Farm. They sent this gift box to each blogger that partook in the Unearthed Party. There was no expectation from Rolling Rock to be advertised on our blogs but I thought since I was using Tony's Tremendous Topping seasoning salt, I would give them a shout out and thank them publicly for the gift.
Back to dinner......I went into my freezer and pulled out a sirloin tip roast. Put it in my crockpot, frozen, along with some veggies and vegetable stock. I add the Tony's Tremendous Topping, some chili pepper paste I had been gifted by Gourmet Garden and some True Made Veracha Sauce that was sent to me for #Cookout Week . Set the cook time for 8 hrs on high (since it was frozen) and forgot about it. I want to say that although Gourmet Garden and True Made are not sponsoring this post, they have been invaluable to me for this eating plan. When you are cutting down on sugar and processed foods it is nice to have natural products in your refrigerator to which you can turn. The True Made Ketchup is especially a blessing because in contains nothing except fresh veggies and it is delicious so I can enjoy it when I do have those burgers I was talking about earlier.
After 1 full week, I am 6 lbs lighter than when I started and can honestly say that this is a very easy eating plan to follow. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did.
Sirloin Tip Roast
1 (4 lb) Sirloin Tip Roast
1 red pepper, cored and large diced
1 green pepper, cored and large diced
8 oz. baby bella mushrooms, sliced
1 Vidalia onion, sliced
salt, pepper, garlic and herbs to taste ( I used Tony's Tremendous Topping)
1/2 t. chili pepper paste (I used Gourmet Garden)
2 T. Hot Sauce (I used True Made Veracha Sauce)
2 c. vegetable stock
Place all ingredients into a slow cooker. Cook on low heat for 8-10 hrs. Print Recipe