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This was absolutely delicious. My husband looked a littles skeptical when he saw me rub the roast with horseradish, but he raved about the results. Will definitely make this again.

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surus December 03, 2002

An absolutely wonderfull flavor combination! Because I was cooking for two, I used 1 large diced onion, 3 sliced large carrots, and left out the potatoes in favor of serving mashed. This maybe why I wound up with a luscious horseradish infused pot roast and 6 cups of soup. I poured the liquid into a saucepan and cooked it down until it reached a stew consistancy. I didn't understand the last step about using only one cup of the pan juices to mix with the sour cream to serve as gravy. I wondered if you were supposed to add that mixture back to the rest of the pot liquid. Instead, I mixed a full cup of sour cream with all the remaining liquid, added a bit of salt and pepper and - Voila!! The Sauce ! A wonderfull balance of beef, horseradish, apple and sour cream! Thanks, Sue L - a keeper and I am looking fowards to the leftovers.

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Lorac October 20, 2002

I put this on this morning before I went to work, and my husband and daughter ate it. I forgot to tell them to mix in the sour cream, but they loved it anyway! Thanks for a yummy way to fix a chuck roast!

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Sharon123 January 15, 2003

This recipe met my two most important criteria, it was delicious and easy to prepare! I loved the horseradish on the meat, and next time will probably add a bit more. The only thing I changed was adding some cornstarch to the sauce to thicken it up. Thanks for a great recipe!

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liljenn November 07, 2008

Easy and fabulous! Like Chef #492007, stated, used beef broth instead of the apple cider, and thoroughly enjoyed. The horseradish adds just the right hint of spice. Thank you, Sue!

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karmakitchen gal October 27, 2008

I have found that searing the roast in olive oil and basalmic vinegar seals in the flavor for a few hours until the meat and vegetables and meat are well on their way to cooking, makes for a very flavorful meal. Also I added four garlic cloves and seared these with one of the onions. So I partially cookedd, the other raw. Lastly, I used beef broth rather than apple juice, and added one cut up stalk of celery during the cooking, and one just before the final cooking time is reached. I used a low setting as this seems to give more interesting tastes. Next time I shall add red and green peppers, again just before the end of the cooking cycle, and cayenne pepper. Digby Clarke

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digcare June 12, 2008

This was pretty good, next time I will try it with stock instead of apple juice. I did like the sour cream sauce though.

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Molly200125 October 31, 2006

zoinks! used broth instead of apple juice for lack of...but this was great! I'm resolved to use my crockpot more! easy sauce really dressed it up.

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Gay Gilmore April 02, 2003
Savory Crock Pot Pot Roast