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I made the recipe as is, with no changes. I liked the ease of preparation and it had a nice flavor.
I will add a little seasoning to the gravy next time. It was very good.
I used two chuck steaks about 1 lb each. Next time I would reduce the water for thicker gravy, but it was terrific. I used to use onion soup, but this is healthier and cheaper and tastes better.
I wanted to make a meal that would stretch but this won't....... we ate it all, great recipe, thanks.
This is a fantastic roast recipe. There were no leftovers at our house....even with 2 very picky little eaters.
GREAT! Everyone loved it. The gravy was great (I had to thicken it for the potatoes, of course) and the whole dinner was a hit. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was so good, I did add some beef broth that I had frozen in my freezer just to add it up, the gravy was so good. Thanks for the great recipe.
I have never cooked a roast like this before and it turned out great. I browned the roast on all sides on the stove in a dutch oven and transferred it to the oven. I used 4.5 cups of water and a 2 teaspoons beef base. Great recipe and a keeper for sure! Thank you for posting
Perfect for a cheap fatty roast! We buy a quarter cow every year and my hubby can only handle so much stew. The whole family loved this! I will put this recipe with my keepers, thanks!
I read reviews & followed some of them. I did brown the meat as suggested by some (and skipped step #3 in the process.) I also substituted beef stock for the water. My husband LOVED this. I thought it was a bit salty, but that's probably my fault using beef stock & still adding salt. Great recipe & will be added to our rotation. Thank you!
I really enjoyed this... thank you for sharing.