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I really liked this, it had lots of good flavor. I put two pork tenderloins in a casserole dish, dumped in some whole baby potatoes and carrots. I mixed up the onion soup mix, water and red wine (and a squeeze of Dijon) in a measuring cup and then poured over top of everything. I covered it and baked it at 350 for 2 hours. The gravy was really flavorful and I didn't even bother thickening it.
This was a good and easy recipe to make. Being in a hurry I chose to cook our recipe on the stove top.
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Wonderful roast and delicious gravy. I followed Susie's idea and put baby carrots and pearl onions all around the roast. Instead of water, I used 1 cup of beef broth(low sodium)along with the red wine. Thanks Glitters--great Sunday dinner!
What a great and super easy meal. I made a larger roast so I had to increase the recipe and it turned out great. Thanks for sharing!
What an amazing smell this makes while cooking! Everyone kept asking when it would be done. Very easy to prepare and, of course, to eat. I used a white caberet sauvignon and 2 8 oz boxes of fresh sliced mushrooms. DH and DSS ate piles of meat.
This is so easy to put together and yet the flavor is amazing! It tasted like meat and gravy you would get in a fancy restaurant. I used cabernet sauvignon and 8 oz. of canned mushrooms. I didn't have a roasting pan so I placed everything in a large casserole dish with a lid. It worked great! I used the leftover meat to make soup and it turned out lovely also. Thanks for sharing!
Another great recipe by Glitter! I used the red wine & served with mash potatoes. Removed it at 150 degrees. The gravy was very good!
Thanks, a winner recipe! The gravy was fab! Def make this again!!
This came out great and the gravy is just out of this world. I doubled the recipe because I had a 7 lb. bottom round roast. I roasted for close to 4 hours to reach internal temp of 170 for well done. After 2 hours I added baby carrots and quartered potatoes. With one hour to go, I removed the lid of the roasting pan to brown the meat and veggies. Very easy indeed and delicious. Thanks for sharing.