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Beef Pot Roast and Winter Vegetables

Beef Pot Roast and Winter Vegetables recipe
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Browning the beef in a skillet before putting it in the roasting pan is the key to deliciousness in this smart stew. Cook it low and slow for juicy tenderness.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
10/24/2006
A very nice way to make the "same ol' thing" a bit different!
posted:
10/19/2006
Love the recipe and the ingredients in it. After reading other comments before I made it, I decided to not use as much marinade. I also used a lot more cream of mushroom soup then what it called for. I like to have a lot of gravy with my roast. But to each their own. In the long run, it turned out very well and tasted very well. Will definately make it again!!!!
posted:
10/18/2006
The basics on this were excellent-- although it did look dry so I added some beef stock I had on hand. The variations that can be done using this recipe are endless!
posted:
10/12/2006
would add more marinade and mushroom soup
posted:
10/1/2006
I loved it. Beef very good taste and very tender. Next time use less mushrooms and more potatoes
posted:
10/1/2006
great !! I used a baking bag and added a few more veggies to cut back on the marinade .Everbody loves the flavor though!!
posted:
9/28/2006
Exellent, This was a hit with the family. I will most certainly make this again,but next time I will cut back on the Kraft A-1 Garlic and Herb. I thought it made it just a bit to tangy.
posted:
9/19/2006
The meat was delicious! I thought the vegetables turned out really tangy, especially the carrots. Maybe it was the marinade? I would make this again, but I would roast the vegetables seperately with their own seasonings.
posted:
9/14/2006
this is an awesome recipe.. i am a beginner in cooking (only 22) and made this for my inlaws.. everyone loved it.. i omitted the mushrooms..and cut up some more of the veggies for a sub. we will def be enjoying this recipe again.. thanks
posted:
8/13/2006
I marinated the roast first and left out the mushrooms. Then cooked it in the crockpot. My son(6) requests this every sunday now!!!!!
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