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Crock Pot Tangy Rump Roast

This recipe couldn't be easier! The "tang" comes from the cranberry sauce (one of the just 5 ingredients used in this recipe).

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8hrs 3mins
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  • Sprinkle the onion soup mix in the bottom of the crock pot.
  • Place the rump roast in next.
  • Spoon the cranberry sauce around and over the roast.
  • Cover and cook on low 8 - 12 hours.
  • Remove roast from crock pot and allow to rest while you thicken the gravy.
  • Turn the crock pot up to High.
  • Blend the softened butter and flour into a paste and whisk it into the gravy.
  • Cover and cook on high for about 10 minutes, until thick.
  • Slice the roast into 1/4" thick slices and serve with the gravy.
  • The left-over slices may be frozen in the gravy in plastic freezer bags.
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"This recipe couldn't be easier! The "tang" comes from the cranberry sauce (one of the just 5 ingredients used in this recipe)."
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  1. Angela H.
    This recipe is Awesome. The gravy was excellent. Will definitely make it again!
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  2. JanaBird
    Super easy and super good, my husband loved the gravy.
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  3. deannaamenta
    This is sooooo easy and sooooo tasty! I did make a double batch of the gravy because I knew how much my husband liked it! I served it with mashed potatoes, veggie, and hot from the oven french bread for dipping. Yummy!
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  4. Sheff Libby
    I made this recipe with the ingredients I had on-hand -- a can of french-fried onions and 4 bouillon cubes in the bottom, the rump roast, and a jar of apricot preserves on the top. It turned out great! I thickened the gravy, but I think it would have been fine without it. Perhaps some extra liquid would also be a good idea. Regardless, this is a new family favorite!
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  5. ARathkamp
    I enjoyed the sweetness of this roast, but my family did not. Could also have been my fault as I did not use the butter nor the flour to thicken the sauce as my family wanted it "aus jous" style for the egg noodles. I'll try it again.
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