Beef and Noodles

This recipe is from my husband's mother who lives in Iowa. I had never seen the stuff before in my life until I went to visit her. It is just a basic, no frills added beef and noodles. I have added the addition of a few things from Penzeys.com. I think it adds the perfect touch to a plain, but good beef and noodles. Also, I think it is better after cooling off in refrig and then reheating in microwave. Try it!

Ready In:
3hrs
Serves:
Units:

ingredients

  • 2 -3 lbs chuck roast
  • 18 cup dried onion, Penzey's, dried, minced and toasted
  • 2 teaspoons beef roast seasoning, Penzey's
  • 8 -10 cups water
  • salt and pepper
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 24 ounces egg noodles, Reames Frozen

directions

  • Heat stock pot on medium until hot.
  • Add vegetable oil.
  • Salt and pepper chuck roast liberally.
  • Put chuck roast in hot oil and brown for approximately 5 minutes on each side until nicely browned all over.
  • Add dried minced onions, Penzey's beef roast seasoning and water.
  • Cook approximately 3 hours on low until very tender and will shred easily.
  • Remove meat and let cool; shred. I am really picky about fat so I pick all the fat off of all the meat.
  • Drain fat from top of leftover broth by using a ladle and place just below surface--fat will slowly pour into ladle. It is just a lot of unneeded fat.
  • If you have an insert for your stock pot that is a strainer/colander insert, place in stock pot now and add water to the broth, enough water to be able to cook noodles. Add 2 tablespoons salt to water and bring to boil.
  • Add all of Reames noodles and cook in boiling water for 20 minutes.
  • Drain Reames noodles well of all the water.
  • Add to shredded, cooled meat and salt and pepper to taste.
  • Now eat and enjoy!
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"This recipe is from my husband's mother who lives in Iowa. I had never seen the stuff before in my life until I went to visit her. It is just a basic, no frills added beef and noodles. I have added the addition of a few things from Penzeys.com. I think it adds the perfect touch to a plain, but good beef and noodles. Also, I think it is better after cooling off in refrig and then reheating in microwave. Try it!"
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  1. buzzsau
    This recipe is from my husband's mother who lives in Iowa. I had never seen the stuff before in my life until I went to visit her. It is just a basic, no frills added beef and noodles. I have added the addition of a few things from Penzeys.com. I think it adds the perfect touch to a plain, but good beef and noodles. Also, I think it is better after cooling off in refrig and then reheating in microwave. Try it!
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