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Cajun Sunday Roast from a Non-Cajun

So, maybe a meat post isn't great during Lent?!

We have worked on making Sunday more of a day apart.   We still have work to do on that front, but we've made some progress.   Part of our new tradition is a Sunday roast for dinner.  I've finally got a recipe we all love.

I prefer to use a London Broil cut, seen above, rather than a proper roast cut.   It's lean, so you get your money's worth and there isn't much left over.

I cut deep slits throughout the meat.   In a food processor, I finely chop (by hand, it's FINALLY--hee hee): celery, onion, bell pepper, green onions, parsley, and garlic.   I add Kosher salt and black pepper to that mixture.   Then, I stuff the slits with this stuffing mix.   After that, I generously salt and pepper all sides of the roast.

Next, I heat a bit of vegetable oil in a large skillet, on medium-high heat.   I brown both sides of the roast.

After the meat is browned on both sides, I lay it in my Pampered Chef crock roaster, atop …