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I made this last night for my husband. This is one of the simplest, tastiest meals you can make in a crockpot. Even if you don't like mushrooms, give this recipe a try -- you really can't taste them in the cream of mushroom soup.
Wow! If I could give this more than 5 stars I would! I used 1/3 of a cup of red wine and 1/3 cup water so I could have more gravy and it turned out perfect! It smelled so good while it was cooking. I served it with mashed potatoes and my meat and potatoes loving DH said MMMM!! He actually asked questions about how I made it! He gave me alot of compliments about this and said he would like to have it at least once a week! It was so easy and delicious. I might teach him how to make it since he liked it so much! :)
This is the best crock-pot roast I have ever tried. My family was amazed. The meat was extremely tender and the gravy had an awesome flavor. I served the roast with mashed potatoes and there was plenty of gravy for that as well. Amazing how easy this was. Thank-you.
Was going to be out all day so this was perfect for dinner. Popped it in the crock pot this morning. Couldn't have been any easier to make. 5 stars for ease of preparation. The gravy didn't thicken up as much as I would have liked. The roast was so tender that it simply fell apart. I didn't eat any myself, but my family gave it 4 stars. Served with potatoes and veggies.
This roast definitely deserves 5 stars for flavor, and how much easier could it get? I thought the gravy was awesome over mashed potatoes! I used regular soups, not low sodium. It was not at all salty. Just an FYI for those who may not be aware of this - Cooking wine has a lot of salt added to it to prolong shelf life - if that is what you used, it can make your food very salty. As a general rule, I will not cook with any wine that I would not drink on it's own. You definitely can NOT drink cooking wine, far too salty. Make sure when you make this dish you only use a drinking wine - not cooking wine.
This recipe has great potential, but it was far too salty for us. We ended up throwing away the gravy. I will make again, but using low-sodium soups. Thank you for posting, I like the method. :)
I used reduced sodium soup and it helped to cut down the sodium in this recipe, without affecting the outcome. It was great! I had some leftover roast beef and wanted to make something we would all enjoy. This was it! I served it over noodles and we had some freshly baked Italian bread to sop up the gravy!
This is fantastic! I forgot the wine, but it was still so good and rich. I used stew been (very lean) and served over noodles. This is the recipe I have been looking for!
WOW, I have to say, I typically avoid recipes that have a can of soup in them. With less than an hour to go the taste and smell are to die for. I plan to serve this over homemade spaetzle noodles, "Spaetzle". UPDATE: I substituted beef stew meat, used red wine and added fresh mushrooms. Even the kids loved it!
This had really good flavor, but my meat came out fairly tough. I cooked it for about 9 hours so I'm wondering if it wasn't my cut of meat. But overall it was very tasty and I will definitely try to make it again.