Q: How do I make a round roast taste good? I accidentally bought a bottom round roast instead of my normal chuck roast during a hurried shopping trip.
I've tried for years with no success to make a round roast that actually tastes good and is chewable.
I've tried low and slow roasting, slow cookers, Dutch ovens, with/without liquid. The only way I've been able to make that cut taste good is to go after it with a hammer and turn it into cube steak. Any suggestions besides hammering & deep-frying?
Sent by Carolyn
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