My family LOVED this! I didn't have Golden Mushroon soup so I used regular cream of mushroom and I only had French onion soup mix so substituted that also. When I was about to serve I took the meat and veggies out and thickened the gravy in a pot. The gravy was the hight point - I had to stop my family from putting it into a cup and drinking it! Hubby said, "Add that one to your repetoire honey!" Yes sir!
I didn't have any horseradish but this was super tender, had good flavor, and the kids loved it. Will do again!
This was an easy and great recipe. I mostly followed the direction as listed except for I ended up only having enough room for 2 potatoes. I cooked on low for about 7.5 hours and everything turned out perfectly cooked and the meat was very tender. There was enough liquid for plenty of gravy. Thank you for sharing. Now I have a reason to use my crock pot!
family liked it,but I messed it up alittle by using 2 cans of soup,was too liquidy-next time I'll stick to the recipe.,
Very good recipe! My whole family loved it and I am really enjoying the leftovers for lunch at work. ; ) It turned out very tender and had great flavor! I personally will add some salt and pepper to it next time, but I wouldn't say that it is necessary for everyone to add it. This is a definite keeper! Thanks MizzNezz!
I'm having the best time! Since I've been unemployeed for the last 6 months, cooking has become my new intrest. This is funny because it is a very well known fact that, in the past, I haven't been capable of boiling water successfully. My boyfriend has really bad bouts of insomnia and was having a terrible week. I told him that I was going to cook a special dinner for him in hopes that I could fill his belly in order to put him into a food coma. Well, I decided to make this dish. Holy Pot Roast! This turned out DELICIOUS! I can't tell you the number of times I got the big eyes and nodding head gesture as we were eating. I was reminded again today, each time we talked, on how great the Pot Roast was. I made it almost exactly as suggested but did have a few differences. I was starting it a little late in the day, so I browned the meat with garlic and onions. After placing the browned meat into the crock I mixed the soups, H2O & Horseradish in with the remaining carmelized onions and garlic and heated it until it was nicely blended. Then I poured everything over the top, seasoned with black pepper, basil, and placed more chopped onions on top of the meat. The veggies, the meat, the gravy, everything was just fantastic. Thanks for sharing this superb recipe. I can't wait to make it again. (Oh yeah! I almost forgot to tell you... He slept all night!) :)
This is absolutely wonderful. My son's exact words were "It's Banging." Thanks MizzNezz for a great recipe!!!
I made this last night,has a great onion flavour throughout the roast & the veggies.I didnt add the horseradish as i didnt have any,but it still turned out really well,i could have cut the roast with a butter knife it was that tender.Thanks for posting MizzNezz....by the way....adopt me will ya lol Bubble
I tried this and the meat turned out chewy. I think it would be better to put the meat below the veggies so it cooks in the liquid.
My roast was only 2 lbs. but did this in the oven.(300 deg.) Browned the meat then added the veggie, meat on top and the sauce. 2 1/2 hours and it was perfect. Loved the sauce. Have lots leftover.