I wish you could smell what I can smell in this kitchen; garlic, beef, peppers… Oh my gosh… Talk about YUM! I was drooling before we even got to dig in. Sometimes I even surprise myself. This spicy Crock-Pot Pepperoncini Pot Roast Recipe is wicked good. My whole family loved it so much, they went for seconds, and left me with no leftovers. If you don’t mind a little spice, you will love this recipe too!
This is a simple, few ingredient recipe; literally only four ingredients. It is almost embarrassing how delicious it is because it is so easy to make.
You literally throw everything in the crock-pot.
Cook it on low and leave it alone for 6 to 8 hours. When the meat is falling into pieces, you know it is done. That is it… Add some side dishes to this baby, and you have a killer meal.
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Years ago, my dear friend Dede Hedgepeth shared the original recipe with pot roast, dry Italian Dressing Seasoning Mix, and pepperoncini. She is always making something fantastic in the kitchen and I am always asking her for her recipes. The original recipe is a great recipe. I have made it several times for dinner over the years. However, I tried adding the Brown Gravy Mix and the gravy stepped it up a notch by thickening the broth and adding an extra boost of flavor. You can serve the roast by itself as an entree or on a hoagie bun to make an Italian Beef Sandwich. Or throw the beef on some mini buns with cheese and serve them as little sliders. Either way, when you try this recipe, you will love it and thank me.
For more entree ideas, check out my Grilled Stuffed Flank Steak and Southern Baked Spaghetti, Turkey Spinach Stir Fry recipes.
- 3 to 5 lb beef roast
- 16oz jar pepperoncini peppers with liquid
- 1 package of dry Italian Salad Dressing Mix
- 1 package of Brown Gravy Mix
- Throw all ingredients together in crock-pot to include the pepperoncini juice.
- Cook on low heat 6 to 8 hours or until meat is falling apart.