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Monday, January 18, 2010

Dad's Crockpot Roast

A  roast is a treat for us.  We rarely have one but then we have cut down on meat, tremendously.  This was a Costco Kosher cut which was extremely reasonable in price.  I love Costco.  My husband made th is one and I was not around.  He deserve several pats on the back for a most delicious main dish that everyone loved.


Crockpot Roast Beef

Ingredients:

2 onions sliced
1/2 pound button mushrooms
1 cup vegetable soup (organic)
1 tablespoon maple syrup
2 teaspoons onion powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
salt
black pepper
You could use onion soup mix in place of the spices.

10 fingerling potatoes, added after beef is taken out of crockpot

Method:

After sprinkling seasoning all over the meat, sear it, in a separate pan, on the stove.

Place in crockpot.

Add mushrooms and onions.

Add the vegetable soup mixed with maple syrup, pouring it over the meat.

Cook on low for 8 hours.  It stayed overnight and I am not sure but it was between six to eight hours.

Turn it up to high for another hour.

Turn into a roasting dish.  Add fingerling potatoes, as many as you need for your table.  I figure two to three potatoes per person.  Do not peel.  Dave, Tamy and Martha are cheering now. 

In liquid from crock pot, place potatoes around roast. 

Place in oven at 350 degrees and cook fo 40 minutes.



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6 comments:

Martha@Menagerie said...

Yummy Chaya! I'm sure this comes out so juicy and tender! I like how easy it is too. I'm always looking for good, simple weekday meals for my family. Thanks :-)

A Year on the Grill said...

The hubby did great... Man food made by a man!!!

Sweet and Savory said...

Dave, right, he does not like nor make brussels sprouts.

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

Oh this is so succulent and juicy Chaya-i can think of a 100 ways i would love to eat this gorgeousness!!!

Catherine said...

This looks really good! That looks like a juicy and scrumptiuos piece of meat!

Velva said...

Your husband did a fabulous job. I really like the addition of the maple syrup. Nice!!!

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