10 Reviews

Deliocious, was the main course on valentines day for my wife and 3 girls.... Used a dutch oven on the stove...Followed recipe to the "T".. Excellent..

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McReynolds February 14, 2010

This roast was very tender. The best I've ever had! I tossed it in the crockpot and added the raw veggies about 5 hours later, turned the heat to high to finish it. It was very yummy and so easy!

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Grace-AK August 10, 2009

Very nice, very rich, kids ate it. I am happy! ;-)

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djmastermum June 24, 2009

This was excellent! I made a few minor changes to the recipe. I didn't have any regular beef broth at hand, so instead I used the same amount of water with a package of Beefy French Onion Soup stirred in. I used a 1/2 cup of white wine, thinking that was all I had, but later discovered I had red wine, so I added a bit more of that too (about 1/4 c., I think). Otherwise, I used the ingredients as listed, adding in some potatoes as well. Instead of cooking this on the stovetop the entire time, after starting it on the stove I put the Dutch Oven into the oven at 350F for two hours. My family raved about how wonderful this recipe was, and even this morning I kept hearing compliments on last night's dinner. This will be a keeper.

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Evian February 02, 2009

Just wonderful! I used a bottom round roast and it was succulent! I included potatoes and braised them along with the other veggies. Instead of returning the veggies to the pan with the beef, I finished roasting them in the oven and served them with the tender beef and gravy. The flavor of the gravy was out of this world and the beef just fell apart. Such wonderful flavors! Thanks so much for this wonderful recipe.

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Irish Rose November 02, 2008

Delicious! I used the red wine (Merlot) and put it in a 325 oven after it began simmering on the stove. I cooked it for an hour and a half before adding the veggies, but I did stir it every 30 minutes. Total cooking time was a little over two hours. I used a rolled and tied chuck roast. Very good and will definitely make it again. Braising the veggies was super.

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babshastings August 27, 2008

this was very good

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Marsha Hamner February 09, 2008

I also added the potatoes 1/2 an hours early. I love your recipes. Mermaidspi

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mermaidspi January 27, 2008

thanks for posting! This turned out great! You have a lot of yummy recipes!

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Jacy33 January 07, 2008

Very tasty pot roast, had not made a pot roast for a long time and am sure glad I choose this one! It had fantastic flavour. The only thing I did different was to add potatoes for the last 30 minutes with the veggies. Also added a little cornstarch to the juices which made an increadable gravy!!Great one pot meal! thanks for sharing we will make this one again.

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Derf February 19, 2006
Braised Beef Pot Roast