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scaudle77 August 27, 2010

Oh my goodness! This was terrific! A definite keeper. I served this on my Easy French Bread (Extra Large) that made into rolls. I used a mixture of equal parts of mayo and sour cream; then spread on the bottom of the roll along with onion slices and banana pepper slices. I topped the meat mixture with a sprinkling of shredded yellow cheese then the top of the roll. An outstanding recipe that I can't wait to serve again.

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Claudia Dawn July 10, 2010

This was sooo good! I allowed mine to cook overnight for about 8 hours and it was super tender! When I took it out of the crock pot I shredded it and put in the fridge until dinner. Then I placed the left over cooking liquid in the blender, pureed until smooth and passed it through a small strainer. When it was time to eat I simply placed it in the skillet and reheated with some of the strained sauce. We served this in white corn tortillas and topped it with shredded cheese, sour cream, and Roasted Corn Salsa

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Lacy S. June 14, 2010

Wow, this was so good! Followed the recipe exactly as written and it is perfect...very flavorful and just the right heat. I did it in the crockpot for 5 hours and the meat shredded nicely...thanks so much for posting this awesome recipe!

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Gingin7 June 06, 2010

Oh My, but this was good...Followed recipe exactly. Wasnt to hot or spicy for us..Instead of shredding the beef,I ground it and served on tacos. We will not have tacos our old way anymore. From now on when I make this I will double everything and grind up onions and peppers too that are left in the crockpot..and freeze up meals of taco meat. We will have tacos more often now. Thank U so much for this wonderful recipe..

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Potluck June 01, 2010

I toned down this recipe as the ingredients sounded so good but way to hot for me. I halved recipe. I had to cut a roast in half to do that. I used 0 chili powder though I think I should have used some, Cummin asked for, 1 chipotle chile in adobe, 2 ounces of green chilies, 3.5 ounces of salsa verde, 3/4 tsp garlic and the rest of ingredients as called for. It was good but not spicy enough for me. Next time I will add 1/2 tsp chili powder or maybe 1 tsp. It was a nice change of pace from tacos. I ate on a flour tortilla with sour cream, avacado, tomato. Served extra salsa verde on tortilla. I was able to cook 1.5 lb roast in a 1.5 quart slow cooker.

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muffinlady April 30, 2010

Made this twice now. First time I put it on buns. Second time I put it in flour taco shells with slices of red pepper, sour cream and avocado. It was much better the second time. This is a great base recipe that you can do tons of things with. Thanks for the great recipe!!!!

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jennyblender April 22, 2010

Fantastic recipe! My DH (very picky eater) could not get enough of it! I made this with basmati rice and stuffed both in flour tortillas; along with the typical fillings. FABULOUS! (I've also used with chicken... again very good! Thanks so much for the great recipe!

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Charlillie April 16, 2010

We all loved this! The meat has a really nice flavor and is just spicy enough. Thanks for sharing your recipe! This is my new taco/enchilada/everything meat!

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Daniela March 19, 2010

This turned out very well ~ we ate it as just our main meat for dinner. I can't wait to make this again.

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Chef Petunia March 14, 2010
Chipotle Roast for Tacos & Sandwiches