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monstermoose78

Coke Roast

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I picked a nice looking chuck roast with nice marbling and not grizzle. Soaked it Coke for 24 hours and placed in the crock pot with a beer and onion soup mix. I flipped over once and it starting to fall apart. So excited to eat this roast in a couple more hours. Thank you everyone for all the tips.

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56 minutes ago, monstermoose78 said:

I picked a nice looking chuck roast with nice marbling and not grizzle. Soaked it Coke for 24 hours and placed in the crock pot with a beer and onion soup mix. I flipped over once and it starting to fall apart. So excited to eat this roast in a couple more hours. Thank you everyone for all the tips.

Make sure to put a picture on here when its done!!!!

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I'm glad you've got a "fall apart" coming.  I remember my first one way back when... :)

 

 

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I have had them before but we get ones that never fall apart about 3/4 are bad

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A coke? How sweet is it when you do it this way? I really don't like-sweet meat! :(

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12 hours ago, leech~~ said:

A coke? How sweet is it when you do it this way? I really don't like-sweet meat! :(

I've never really noticed any real sweetness, just a good flavor. I think that cooks out. I did some digging and found this:

http://www.deepsouthdish.com/2010/05/crockpot-coca-cola-roast-beef-with.html

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I have a cola pork rib recipe on my page with pics and step by step I did in the smoker.  I used Cherry Coke for that one.  We liked that one very much.  Haven't done a beef roast with coke yet but it sure sounds good.  good luck.

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reinhard, can you post links to your pages again? I can't find them....:crazy:    Thanks!

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