This is the best chuck roast I've ever made. I served it with wide egg noodles and the gravy was to die for! Made for Review My Recipe Tag. Thank you MA for posting a winner.
This was very good. My Dh made as written. Served with garkic mashed potatoes. The gravey was on the thin side for us. You could use a slurry to thicken it if you wanted. We didn't and it was yummy. We are using the left over onions & juices as a start for french onion soup tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe. We will make again.
Excellent! My friend left half a bottle of Moscato at my house and I'm not a sweet wine drinker. Anyway, of course you should never throw out wine and I was thinking along the lines of the once popular "Coke Roasts" and decided to give it a whirl. I cooked everything in my large cast iron pan, stove to oven. This was phenomenal! The first night, I stir-fried some fresh broccoli with ginger, sesame oil, garlic, pepper and soy sauce; cooked some ramen noodles and combined everything with some of the cut up beef, and the amazing onion broth, topped with toasted sesame seeds...delicious! Told the kids it was beef broccoli lo mein ;) The next day for lunch, I took a stoneware bowl and filled it with the onion broth and chunks of beef, topped with thick sliced swiss cheese and baked for the most amazing French onion soup. Not sure if I should invite her over more often in hopes she leaves more wine, thank her, give her a taste or all of the above :) Thanks for sharing!
Great beef! I made half a recipe and had to add water as the juices were evaporating. I wanted some gravy for the meat and noodles. Served with a spinach salad. YUM.
I didn't know what to make for dinner so I bought a chuck roast and some onions, carrots and onion soup mix. I found this gem of a recipe and used it instead. AWESOME! I scaled it down to 4 servings because I had a 2.5 lb roast. It was incredible!! Thanks for the great recipe, my wife loves it and it is so much better than the standard 'pot roast' that the chuck is often designated to.
Loved it! The only thing I would change is that my chuck roast was kind of on the fatty side so I think I would use a leaner cut of meat....but boy did it smell good in my house!
This is a keeper. Two thumbs up from the men in my family. The only adjustment I made was to cut the salt in half. I served it over broad noodles with a green vegetable as a side. Thank you for posting this.