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    This is something my best friends mom used to make for us when she would visit, it is total comfort food. The sour cream is really up to you, my husband doesn't put any on his, but I love the extra creaminess it lends to the sauce.

    Recipe #47379

    If you want a delicious surprise away from the basic roast recipes, try this one. I call this upscaled home cooking. The irresistible dill gravy is a HIT and made the meal. Cook on stove top or use crock pot. Pour gravy over each slice of beef and the veggies, then use crusty bread to soak up the leftover gravy.....so good!

    Recipe #140529

    My mother in law makes a mean roast. This is a crock pot version of hers which will have you begging for more!

    Recipe #34087

    Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.

    Recipe #27208

    Oh-So-Tender Roast with a delicious broth mixture that can be served "au jus" or thickened for a luscious, hearty gravy. Add carrots and potatoes (optional), and you have a one-dish meal that cooks unattended. The sliced roast makes tasty Roast Beef au Jus Sandwiches. For a second meal, make stew or soup from the leftover roast, carrots, potatoes, and gravy...perhaps adding a little wine or water if needed to get the perfect consistency.

    Recipe #57059

    I got this recipe from my sister, and it is absolutely the best I have ever had. I begged her for recipe and she was happy to share.

    Recipe #149953

    I'm going to praise myself for a minute here and say this really is the best tasting roast EVER. AND I challenge everyone to check it out. The flavor is amazing, THE LEFT OVERS, ESPECIALLY THE POTATOES, WERE AWESOME THE NEXT DAY!!!!!! please NOTE** regarding the review received--I tried making it with a packet of dry Italian seasoning mix and it was just as good!

    Recipe #182770

    49 Reviews |  By PMP

    I can't remember where I got this, but it's the easiest, yet most delicious dinner you'll make.

    Recipe #32215

    This makes a nice dinner to come home to, you can use from a 3-pound to a 5-pound roast for this recipe, don't add any extra salt to this recipe, the seasonings have plenty of added salt to them, and 1/3 cup dry red wine can be added if desired. This is a very good recipe for crock pot roast! Servings are only estimated depending on the size of roast you are using. I prefer to use blade roast but you can use any pot roast you desired even a pork butt roast would would with this!

    Recipe #194464

    Quick and easy in the crockpot. A juicy roast with potatoes, carrots and onions. I like to thicken the pan juices with cornstarch to make a tasty gravy to serve with this meal.

    Recipe #239829

    This came about as a "kitchen sink" concoction between friends. We just threw everything in and loved it so much that we've just got to share it with you!

    Recipe #200155

    Cranberries are not just for turkey! I love red meat and cranberries, it cuts the richness and livens the flavor. they are often used with game meat, and it works just as well with beef. This came from october 07 cooking light. Serving size is 3/4 c stew, 3/4 c noodles.

    Recipe #254796

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is an authentic cowboy meal from the days of the settlers. Have I made it? Nope, and don't intend to! Found in the book, A Cowboy Christmas. The book says, "This traditional cowboy dish is not for the faint of heart."

    Recipe #21591

    2 Reviews |  By Olha

    There are more refined names for this very old stew from the cattle country such as son of a gun stew or S.O.B stew, but the old cowhands preferred this down to earth name. In the old cow camps of the Southwest when an animal was slaughtered out on the range to feed the hands, the first night a stew was made of the innards. In those days the stew was put into a cast iron pot and buried in coals. A Dutch oven or heavy kettle or large heavy frying pan with cover will do. You need to know your guests’ tastes before serving this. It’s good, usually, for a stag party, either a crowd of sportsmen or card players. Use all of the various kinds of variety meats—or omit any you care to, or can’t find in your market.

    Recipe #152362

    This stew was a mainstay for many chuck wagon cooks of the early cattle drives. It was often used at social gatherings when visitors would bring a variety of ingredients. This recipe has been modernized for convenience but should be cooked in a well-seasoned cast iron kettle. It can be cooked over an open campfire, charcoal, or on a modern stove. The recipe comes to us from Scottsdale, Arizona's Festival of the West.

    Recipe #5184

    I just found this recipe in a Taste of Home magazine and can't wait to try it...

    Recipe #316463

    I've made this dozens of times and, every time, it's the first thing gone off the table. People love it, even my Grandpa, who staunchly ate only all things bland.

    Recipe #221852

    4 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    Only 7 ingredients, no tomatoes, no soup mixes, just a crock pot. I put the meat in before work, add the veggies when I get home and have a great meal quick. I often peel the taters and put them in the fridge covered with water until its time to throw them in, cuts after work prep time.

    Recipe #135708

    For authentic Tex-Mex flavor, don't skip the fresh cilantro! Recipe is from Woman's World magazine.

    Recipe #188178

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