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Cranberry Pot Roast Brisket

Cranberry Pot Roast Brisket created by Parsley

A simple and unusual way to prepare a pot roast or brisket. Let your guests "guess" the "secret" ingredient.

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3hrs 10mins
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  • Sprinkle meat with garlic salt.
  • Mix onion soup, cranberry sauce and water.
  • Cover and simmer 2-3 hours or until tender.
  • Can be made in crockpot.
  • Cook until tender.
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"A simple and unusual way to prepare a pot roast or brisket. Let your guests "guess" the "secret" ingredient."
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  1. Parsley
    Cranberry Pot Roast Brisket Created by Parsley
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  2. Parsley
    I made this in my Crockpot (as per step #4), and used a 3 lb bottom round roast....I threw in some carrots and red potatoes, too. The beef was tender and juicy with a little tang, but the jellied cranberry sauce sort of disappeared. I will make this again, but I think whole-berry cranberry sauce would be a better choice. Thanx for this recipe!
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  3. Janice
    Perhaps I'm looking for something more from my brisket. Although the meat was tender, there just wasn't any good flavor. This recipe was no good. I wouldn't make it again.
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  4. Tinkerbell
    Wow! This meat was tender, tasty and so easy to do. I used a packet of Lipton's new Beefy Onion Soup and at the end I added a little water and flour to make gravy. The "secret ingredient", the cranberry, really just made the meal. It gave the beef a mildly tangy, slightly sweet flavor that was wonderful! I normally don't like cranberry with meat of any kind, but something made me try this recipe and i'll never be sorry! I served it with spoon rolls (recipe #21317)and a ceasar salad.
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  5. Veronica Morris
    My family liked it! No Fuss Cooking!
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