I made slow cooker roast beef today and it was so tender! I have a habit of overcooking beef when I roast it in the oven, so though I would try this method. I found it simple and quick to prepare and fantastic in results. And the great thing is, because it is slow cooked you can use cheaper cuts of meat and still get tender results.
Here is what you do (in the morning):
-Seer your roast in a pan
-Put your roast in the slow cooker
-Add some cloves of garlic
-Add a little beef or vegetable stock to cover the bottom of the cooker (I had vege stock in the fridge which I had made the day before by boiling up in a slow cooker carrot, beetroot leaves, silver beat, onion and anything else I had going a bit old in the fridge)
-Get out your meat when ready to eat at the end of the day!
-Devour as you please
*I also fried up some mushrooms and reduced the stock and meat juices from the slow cooker until it make a very yummy sauce.