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Prairieland Pot Roast

Prairieland Pot Roast recipe
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Any Midwesterner would agree that our juicy, veggie-ful pot roast is a prairie-worthy dish. Simple prep makes this low-cal meal an instant classic.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
2 hr 40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
6/27/2006
We really enjoyed this delicious roast. It was very tender and juicy, and the vegetables were well seasoned. The only thing that I would do differently is to put the potatoes and carrots in a little later than the roast because after two hours of cooking, they were very soft and some were a little to mushy.
posted:
6/16/2006
I made this in the crock pot. I put it on low and added a little water. Came home after work dished it out and the family loved it! This will be a regular in our house!!
posted:
5/31/2006
My entire family agrees this is the best pot roast we have ever had. Agree with above about seasoning, I think I will add garlic next time. I liked it because I only had to pick up carrots at the store (everything else is a staple in my home) and it was accurate on the timings..20 min prep and 2 hours to cook. Finally only one pot to clean. Overall the perfect meal!
posted:
5/16/2006
I have made this twice-The 2nd time I didn't bother to measure and it was excellent. We will certainly enjoy this again.
posted:
5/10/2006
I made it in a crockpot and it was very tender. Also it need more seasoning than salt and pepper. I added some onion and garlic powder. Also a 1/4 cup of water in the crockpot. Very tasty.
posted:
5/4/2006
I enjoyed this one the first time around but since I am a busy mom, decided to try it in the crockpot. I added 1/2 cup of ketchup tot he dressing, and did not add the water and it was the best I've ever had! The meat was much more tender and the flavor was richer and more robust. Put it on low in the morning and in 6 hours or less you've got a fabulous meal. A real winner without a doubt!
posted:
4/12/2006
I was skeptical about using Catalina salad dressing, but it turned out great. It was the best pot roast I've ever made!
posted:
4/11/2006
This was good. I liked that it had a little different flavor than a normal pot roast. Not sure that it was better that the normal one.
posted:
4/11/2006
My family loved this recipe, have made it several times, thank you..ummm good! never thought about catalina, but its great!
posted:
4/5/2006
Outstanding,Wonderful, love it.
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