Learn how to cook a tender pot roast on the stove top. I use to have terrible trouble cooking a tender pot roast until I realized that it wasn’t me, it was the cheap cookware that I was using. But if you cook with a waterless roaster that has a multi-ply bottom, your roast will turn out so tender and moist. The waterless cookware sets come with a stove top roaster made with a 5-ply or 7-ply base. Either one is fine for a tender pot roast.
First, pre-heat your multi-ply roaster on the stove top on medium heat. Then, sear your roast on both sides and lower the temperature. Cover your waterless roaster for 2 hours on low heat. Don’t peek until the last 30 minutes when you can add potatoes, carrots and onions. The juices from the roast will steam cook the meat and vegetables slowly and evenly to make the most tender pot roast ever. The multi-ply bottom in the roaster makes all the difference. Watch the video below to show you how to cook the most tender pot roast on the stove top with multi-ply cookware. Enjoy!