Slow Cooker Red Wine Pot Roast – Amanda Cooks & Styles

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Slow Cooker Red Wine Roast Recipe

– Tender and delicious roast slow-cooked beef in red wine sauce made simply in your slow cooker/slow cooker. Serve roasted in a pot on mashed potatoes or with your favorite side dishes.

red wine pot roast

We serve our roast pot of red wine over creamy mashed potatoes with steamed broccoli. It was absolutely delicious. I’ll link a few more side dish ideas to match with the pot roast for you below!

This recipe serves 4-6 people, giving each person a fairly generous portion. If you’re cooking for a large crowd, you can easily duplicate this recipe if you want!

Store leftover roasting in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two days. To reheat leftovers, simply microwave them for about 30 seconds to 1 minute. You can also reheat them in a saucepan over medium-low heat on the stove until they are warm.

Which cut of meat is best for making pot roast:

We recently used a top round roast in this recipe and it turned out to be extremely tender and delicious. You can also use a chuck roast, a three-pointed roast, a breast or a London broil in this recipe.

They all work amazingly and give you a tender end result of separation. I would simply go with whatever is for sale at your local supermarket.

The ingredients you need to make Red Wine Pot Roast:

Beef Roast – Top Round, Chuck Roast, London Broil, Brisket or Tri-Tip Roast work great in this recipe! You’ll need a 2-pound roast.

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Tomato sauce – You’ll need half a cup of tomato sauce for this recipe. You can also use crushed tomatoes.

Broth – Chicken, meat or vegetable broth works very well. I love using bone broth, but you can use the one you prefer!

Garlic – Fresh garlic cloves are the best in this recipe! You will need 3 large nails. If you are using previously chopped garlic, use about 1/2 tablespoon. For the replacement of garlic powder – use 1 1/2 teaspoons.

Red wine –

Dry red wine is best, such as merlot, cabernet, pinot nior


Worcestershire Sauce – Adds a delicious flavor to the sauce


Butter – You can use unsalted or salted butter

. Thyme – Dried or fresh thyme – If used fresh, half the amount.

Parsley – Dried or fresh parsley – If used fresh, half the amount.

Salt – This will be used to season the roast before burning.

Black pepper – This will be used to season the roast before burning


Cornstarch or flour – To thicken the sauce once cooking is finished


Tools to have on hand:

cast iron pan

  • , Dutch oven or regular pan – To seal roast meat
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  • Tweezers – To flip the roast while burning
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  • spoon – To stir the sauce while cooking.
  • slow cooker – To cook the roasted pot.
  • measuring spoons and cups – To make sure all your ingredients are measured correctly.
roasted in red wine sauce

How to roast

red wine pot in your slow cooker/slow cooker:

Season roast with salt and pepper all around


Heat the pan over high heat and add butter and oil. Once the pan is very hot, carefully add the roast meat. Seal on all sides for about 30 seconds until you have a good crust. Transfer the charred roast to your slow cooker.

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In the same pan that cooked the roast, add the remaining ingredients (except cornstarch) and simmer. Simmer for about 5-10 minutes.

Carefully pour the red wine sauce over the roast meat.

Cook in your slow cooker on the low setting for 7-8 hours or on the high setting for 4 hours.

When finished, transfer the pot roast to a plate. To thicken the sauce, pour 1 cup of the sauce into a bowl and whisk a tablespoon of cornstarch or flour. Pour the sauce back into the slow cooker and stir to combine.

Pour the sauce over the roast and serve with your favorite side dishes. Enjoy!

Garnishes to accompany with pot roast:

Creamy mashed potatoes

Easy, creamy and buttery mashed potatoes sprinkled with fresh parsley. When it comes to mashed potatoes, the more butter, the better! Add some cream cheese and sour cream and you have the most satisfying mashed potatoes.

Roasted rosemary garlic potatoes – Fresh baked red potatoes with rosemary and fresh garlic with a crispy light golden on the outside and soft on the inside


Balsamic Glazed Carrots – Quick and easy balsamic glazed baby carrots with a touch of lemon and honey. These are perfect for a healthy accompaniment to accompany with your lunch or dinner!

Caesar Salad – My quick and easy Caesar salad is made with homemade dressing, crispy romaine lettuce, croutons and freshly shaved Parmesan cheese.

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Slow Cooked Tender London Broil – This London Broil recipe is super easy and absolutely melted in your delicious mouth. The taste is slightly sweet but mostly salty.

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