DD is the only coffee drinker in the house, but you couldn't even taste the coffee in it. I did leave out the salt and doubled the garlic (which is the norm with every recipe for our garlic loving family) Easy to put together and everyone enjoyed it.
Decisions...decisions...red wine or white wine? All I know is that, beef...does the body good. Napkins anyone?!!
I made this as written, minus the salt. I was brave and even added the coffee but you could not tell it was in the broth at the end of the cooking time. For my crock pot, the roast only needs to cook for 6 hours at the most. I chilled the juice to remove the extra grease. Topped a plain bun with some of the beef and dipped it in the juice. Thank you for posting. Made for *Zaar Cookbook Tag 2009* game
We tried this as part of the Adopt A Chef game for Spring 2009, and will definitely be eating it again! The meat came out extremely tender and flavorful. I kind of hesitated about reviewing it without trying again, not because it wasn't wonderful, but because I ended up needing to make several (I think overall) minor substitutions. We just moved, and some of my staples were missing, so I had to substitute Trader Joe's Soy Ginger Broth for the Beef Broth, and of course we no longer had my staple instant coffee, so we had to leave that out. I found the directions to be easy to follow and mouthwateringly delicious. Thank you, Raichka, we will definitely be cooking this again!
Easy and Excellent! I didn't use the garlic in this recipe, but always do in my regular roast beef. I wanted to try this with the coffee, and surprise! It was great! Thanks for posting!