I was looking for an easy, good recipe for my beef and this one fit the bill very nicely, thank you! The only thing I did different was cook this in the crockpot! The sauce turned out lovely. Thanks so much!
We really enjoyed this recipe. I wasn't too crazy about the sauce, however; and my fiancee doesn't like sour cream, but we LOVED the meat. I used a full can of beef broth, russett potatoes and 1 clove garlic. The carrots had a really good, almost sweet flavor to them. I have a tendancy to dry out meat, but this turned out really tender and wonderful. I think next time I make it I'll add a little seasoned salt to the meat. We will definately make again.
Mmmmm! This is a great recipe! Perfect comfort food for a brisk winter evening. The only thing I changed is adding whole button mushrooms and crushed garlic to the vegetable array. Everything came out tender and juicy and the sauce is exquisite. Thanks for sharing!
I made this over the weekend. Browned it and cooked as directed only on my gas grill. I just made gravy with the drippings without the sour cream, but it was delicious! Simple, but quite tasty! I'm using the leftover meat and veggies in a quick stew as we speak! Still smells great!
Even in the summer, a pot roast can hit the spot! My family complimented me on the meal even before we took a bite! I followed the recipe with one major change...Since I didn't have beef bouillon on hand, I just used water and added some Worcestershire sauce and sprinkled the meat with seasoned salt. Also, since I only had 4 small red potatoes, I added chunks of a brown potato too...The meat had a wonderful flavor and the veggies were done to perfection! I thought the sauce was a great addition to the meat! I'd like to try this recipe in the crockpot too! Thanks for a winner! :)
We really liked this recipe. The gravy was a nice finishing touch. We've already made it three times! Thanks!
This was very good! I put the roast in a crockpot and added a little bit more broth and it turned out great!! Will definately make again!
I really enjoyed this recipe. I did cut down on the salt as the others suggested. I was very pleased. I will make this again, and again. So easy yet so tasty. Thanks for posting this one.
your recipe was an inspiration to me. i followed your directions except i studed the roast with garlic, and added some fresh thyme and put an extra cup of broth in it.i also lowered the temp to 250 degrees and slowly braised it for 6 hours.it was delecious. thankyou for this simple and wonderful recipe..sincerly Chef Smoky_Cook
With all the great reviews, I just had to try this since we have roast quite often. Absolutely delicious!!! The only thing I added was some garlic. Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe.