Mississipi Roast Results!

Well the flavor IS seriously delicious, but I was surprised how spicy it is. I didn’t expect the spice, but I suppose it makes sense since there are peppers in it. She said the recipe was “kid friendly” and she had tamed the spice down, so I guess I didn’t expect it to be that spicy. I personally don’t mind a little spice. But if YOU do, I would stay away from it. The recipe called for a “little” juice from the peppers. I thought it would be better with a lot of juice for flavor, but then I ended up dumping a little out. Now, I think it would have been better to just keep all the juice from the bottle in the dish.

As mentioned in the previous post, I put the meat on Kaiser rolls. This was fine but definitely NOT the best choice for the meat. It got soggy quite quickly and reminded me of French Roast. I think a thicker, hoagie type bun would be a much better choice perhaps with a piece of Swiss cheese on top! A suggested bun to do the meat justice would be much appreciated accompanied with the listed recipe.

I will be making this recipe again in the future and recommend it to my friends and family! Mmmmmmm


Mississippi Roast!

As I sat feeding my little munchkin her morning bottle, Good Morning America had this cute little southern church-going, bible study lady named Robin Chapman sharing her Mississippi Roast recipe that had gone VIRAL.

A few hours later me and baby were off to the store to get the so called secret ingredients:

  • Au Jus gravy mix
  • Hidden Valley Rand Dressing mix
  • Pepperoncini peppers

This morning I am putting it all in the crock-pot and we will see what magic this viral recipe holds. For the peppers, I just bought a jar of Mezzetta deli-sliced golden Greek Peperoncini’s to toss in. I will be making them sandwiches on Kaiser rolls.

Can’t wait!!! Wish me luck!! num, num, num!!