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Excellent flavor! I followed this exactly except I put it in the oven at 275 degrees for about 4 hours. The apple juice and Apple cider vinegar added a very nice flavor to the meat. Thanks for a great recipe.
What a wonderful rich tasting roast! I also did mine in the oven (300 degrees for about 4 hrs.) I thickened the gravy at the end, great the next day for sandwiches. Thanks.
My husband loved the gravy--said he didn't often go back to get more gravy, but this time he would. Thank you, Lvs2Cook.
Very good roast. I used a venison roast and it turned out great. I loved the onions, they turned out so nice. My son put away the leftovers and said they were only for him. This is a wonderful crock pot meal that I will use again. Thank you.
This roast was absolutely delicious I cooked it in the crockpot but I didn't have any apple juice on hand so I left that out and it still turned out wonderful I added some baby carrots and thickened the gravy. There is another crockpot roast with the name "To Die For" but I think it should be the name for this recipe.Thanks for posting
I actually made this in a pressure cooker. It was very good. The onions came out amazing-they were like a side dish in themselves. I also thickened the gravy.
My family loved this recipe. But I did take the gravy with the onions and put it through the blender first to make a creamier consistancy and added a little cornstarch to thicken. Have made it 3 times since.Thank you!
Wonderful to come home to.
Easy and good flavor. I did thicken up the gravy a bit too.
we had this for thanksgiving dinner tonight. it was the best roast i have ever had. the flavor was rich and the meat was so tender! everyone loved it.