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I left the potatoes and carrots from the post roast in it. Just cut them smaller. it was delicious! Glad to have something to do with left over pot roast!
This was good to use up the rest of the leftovers. My husband liked it!
I made this for dinner tonight & it was very yummy! I used fresh spinach instead of frozen broccoli & I also added plain greek yogurt to make the dish a little more creamy. I served the dish over whole wheat penne pasta w/ a sprinkle of grated parm cheese on top. The casserole was very soupy but delicious, so the noodles held it together.
Not aesthetically pleasing but a very yummy use of leftovers indeed! I had originally made the Crock Pot Cajun Pot Roast #78122 which yielded a very pleasing taste. I did alter this recipe based on pantry ingredients: substitutions were Pepper jack & Parmesan instead of cheddar, cream of celery in place of cream of mushroom, no broccoli, and no french fried onions. I added about 1/4 cup of light sour cream to the mixture, and I also sprinkled the top with some crushed plain potato chips (which added an interesting texture and flavor). and served this over basmati rice. Will absolutely make again! Thanks for sharing.
Finally something new to do with leftover beef roast! This was fantastic! The recipe does rely on how good your beef roast was, though. If your beef wan't that well seasoned, I would add some garlic and/or onions. This is awesome by itself or over noodles or potatoes. Thanx for posting a new recipe for my leftovers!
Nice recipe. I added 1 cup fresh mushrooms which was very nice. Great way to use up left over pot roast. Served over some buttered noodles.