5 Reviews

This was definitely different, I usually find using a crockpot leaves the meat a little bland, but this was really good. Thanks

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Liara November 03, 2007

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.

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Debbie R. August 19, 2006

great great

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barman831 March 20, 2005

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.

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NoSpringChicken January 28, 2005

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.

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Rakow January 27, 2005
Mahogany Beef