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What a great recipe - The meat fell apart it was so tender and the gravy was delicious. I doubled the recipe for mushroom soup - 2 cans and 1 cup water (Not onion soup mix)and added a stalk of chopped celery and sliced fresh mushrooms.Also instead of water you can add 1 can of LOW Sodium beef broth. Cooked it on high for 5 hours, adding the carrots(small bag of baby carrots) and potatoes for the last 2 hours. I made fresh bread to suck up the gravy. YUMMY!!!.Thank you for sharing this recipe Katy. I just want to add that I smushed my potatoes before taking the photo - I was so hungry from the smell I almost forgot to take the photo.
I have made a basic recipe of beef, onion soup mix, and cream of mushroom soup for years. NEVER THOUGHT of adding the potatoes and carrots......THIS BROUGHT THE DISH TO LIFE!!!! A small suggestion for those that prefer a more "beefy" version of the gravy is to add a package of beef gravy along with a cup of water.
Really Good!! I browned the meat first and deglazed the pan with 1C water. I added that water to the soup mixes, cut the onion into quarters and I could have added more of them (but I had read that others thought the onion flavor was too much) I also added and a few stalks of celery cooked it on high for 6 hrs and it was perfectly done. I will make this again the family loved it and there were no leftovers.
I browned the meat first and added some spices for flavor...however after cooking on low for 8 hours it still came out pretty tasteless and the meat was tough. Also the potatoes were still hard after the 8 hours. I don't know what I did wrong!
this would be a 5 star but for one error on recipe. Don't put potatoes and carrots in until the last 3-4 hours. I use the dry beefy onion soup mix when I make this. If I don't have that, I use regular dry onion with beef broth instead of water. I sear the beef before starting in a bit of garlic oil. Not required but keeps the beef flavor full. I also put a dash of worchestershire sauce in. This also works with a pot roast (chuck). Just add an extra can of mushroom soup. If you like your vegetables a bit more al dente, steam them to desired and ad to pot and serve. If you like wine in your sauces then use red like merlot instead of water.
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