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    I have a big frozen roast in the freezer. Can I just throw it in the oven as is and let it unthaw and cook by itself?
    That's what she said !

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    Yes, you can cook it from frozen, it just takes longer.
    Put it in a large roaster, add a cup of water (or a bit more for gravy) season as you like, we like onions and Tex Mex.
    Set your oven for 325 C, cover the roast and walk away. It proabably will take about 4 - 5 hours, depending on wieght.
    Personally, we preset the oven so it usually has time to thaw a bit and is cooked by the time we get home.
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    Thx, I'll try that.
    That's what she said !

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    If you have a crock pot, I do frozen roasts in there. Put it in the pot in the morning on low with water, veggies.....then by supper time, it is ready!

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    i haven't cooked a roast in the oven since i got my crock-pot.
    sometimes it's so tender that i can't get it out of the crock without it falling apart. mmmm

    i'm getting very hungry reading this board!

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