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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:
9/28/2005
Excellent recipe. I have made pot roast the same way for years. This was a delicious change. My husband loved it. I took the leftovers and made a Pot Roast Pot Pie. Excellent as well.
posted:
9/28/2005
My picky family loved this recipe. It's so simple, but the dressing makes a real difference.
posted:
9/27/2005
The dressing made the carrots very tasty. I plan to use the dressing to make carrots alone with another meat at a later date...my husband just loved them.
posted:
9/26/2005
Really easy to make my famliy loved it
posted:
9/26/2005
We loved this recipe. I was hesitant to try it because I never cared for Catalina dressing, but it made the meat taste wonderful. I added fresh garlic and chives as well, and the finished product was a big hit with all the family. I will make this again!
posted:
9/26/2005
This recipie is quite good. However, I would add less water to the cooking process.
posted:
9/26/2005
This turned out great. I am always nervous about cooking with salad dressings. Even my boyfriend with picky food tastes loved it he wouldnt share what I brought for him so he could take it to work for lunch. I did not substitute any ingredients. Used an oven for mine and foil.
posted:
9/25/2005
Very easy and good!!!! The meat was so tender and all of the flavors were so good!
posted:
9/22/2005
I made this last week and it turned out awesome! This was the first recipe I cooked from the magazine and I was so proud of myself. It was so easy. I let the roast simmer for about 3.5 hours on the stove and had to brown the onions in a separate pan in a little of the Catalina dressing since my pot wasn't big enough. The recipe is definitely a keeper!
posted:
9/22/2005
I did make one change - I did not use nearly as much dressing as called for, because I was concerned it would be too sweet. I only used about 1 cup total. It came out perfect, very tender and delicious, and the dressing did not overwhelm the flavor of the meat.
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