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This was definitely different, I usually find using a crockpot leaves the meat a little bland, but this was really good. Thanks
So few ingredients for such full flavor! I used low-sodium Kikkoman teriyaki, and it was still great. It couldn't have been more easy to prepare. Not kidding about the 5-minute prep time. I loved it and will definitely make again.
Recipes with unusual ingredients intrigue me! Some are losers and some are keepers. This falls in the second category and is worth five stars. I had a smaller roast and used half of the other ingredients, including the chili powder. Mine simmered in a heavy, covered pot on the stove-top for a little over two hours and was falling-apart tender. I thickened the sauce with a bit of cornstarch and served it over hot rice. Thanks, Clark, for an interesting and unusual way to fix beef.
I have to admit. I did not like the smell of the prune juice cooking in the oven, but the result was fantastic. I severed it and got nothing but great reviews from eveyone who partook. P.S. Definately add the chili powder.