Easy Smothered Beef/Moose/Venison

"This is an easy way to cook a less tender or wild cut of meat... and makes its own gravy. Great for a family dinner or may be easily increased if putting on a meal for large groups of 50-100."
 
Easy Smothered Beef/Moose/Venison created by NoraMarie
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4hrs 15mins
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  • Dredge roast in flour, salt and pepper.
  • Heat dutch oven or other large covered baking dish.
  • On the stovetop, brown roast in margarine.
  • Add water enough to cover roast.
  • Sprinkle with onion soup mix and onion slices.
  • Place in 350 F oven for 3 1/2 hour covered or follow crock pot instructions for roast of this size.
  • Serve w/ baked potatoes and green peas.
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"Zaar...Wow, what a place! I'm one of the old timers of Zaar. I can't count the number of wonderful dishes I cooked in the past few years since joining. Along the way I have had the pleasure of meeting several Zaar chefs. Talk about your fruits and nuts! lol. I have enjoyed meeting them all. Family: What's to say...I have had the same sweet husband forever (Good thing....I'd hate to have to break a new one in...=) and live close to a couple of grown children. (Maybe you've met Smoke Alarm Jr. ..her brown rolls are sooo good!) Therefore, my family gets together often to enjoy each other's company and cooking. My greatest joy is six "little to tallerthanme" kids running around calling me Grammy. They wear me out! lol For the past thirty years I have been a Special Education teacher for grades 9-12 and love it. Took some time off last year to recovery from surgery, chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer. (Loved the radiation....I keep imagining that we are absolutely napalming the nasty cancer cells tohellandback to keep the little suckers from returning. =) My prognosis is good and now "I'm back in the saddle again". lol. Being a north country "gurl", I am happiest outside...walking, fishing, sitting in front of an outdoor fire or being on water (although in February it's a bit stiff....=0) When indoors I like to read, garden, knit, quilt and paint. During cold Maine weather I like to warm my feet on a very large ( 100 pounds of long legs and huge feet), sweet and furry golden retriever named Kerry (aka KTBRD: Kerry the big red dawg..lol) . In the summer, the dawg and I round up the grandkids, hit the local dairy bar for a Mounds Sundae that is to die for!!!=0) . Then spend a lot of long and lazy summer days at camp . All in all...Boy, Life is good! =)"
 

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    Easy Smothered Beef/Moose/Venison Created by NoraMarie
  2. NoraMarie
    Very tasty and so tender. Did it in the crockpot.I marinated it 1 day in red wine and crushed garlic,put it in the pot at 8.30 in the morning and it was done by 4.30. I will make it again.
     
  3. Kim127
    Great dinner!! The venison roast we had was about 2.5 pounds, so a little smaller, but we used the crockpot, cooked for 8 hours on low and the meat was so tender. The man was in heaven. We served it with cheddar mashed potatoes and that was perfect. I think I'll add mushrooms next time and since the roast was small, less water. Barb, you got a winner here!!
     
  4. Shawn C
    Absolutly fabulous! I used a whole venison loin and added a can of mushrooms and a beef bouillion cube and a lipton onion/mushrooms soup mix. next time I think I will add even more water since by the 3 hour mark it had greatly reduced. Instead of sliced onions I used a minced onion (that is what I had in the fridge). Thanks so much we had it with mashed potatoes and it was wonderful! Looking forward to the next itme I get to make it!
     
  5. Shawn C
    Absolutly fabulous! I used a whole venison loin and added a can of mushrooms and a beef bouillion cube and a lipton onion/mushrooms soup mix. next time I think I will add even more water since by the 3 hour mark it had greatly reduced. Instead of sliced onions I used a minced onion (that is what I had in the fridge). Thanks so much we had it with mashed potatoes and it was wonderful! Looking forward to the next itme I get to make it!
     
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