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    Default REC: Dump & Run Roast

    I got one!!! Actually, I got this from allrecipes.com (and I will give
    credit to the creator as soon as i can find out who she is!). I modified it
    a little, and you can make it for less than $5.

    3 lb. 'sale' roast (whatever's on sale this week for cheap)
    1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup (or MYO)
    1 can condensed beef broth (or MYO)

    Combine soups in crockpot. Put roast in and cook on low for 8 hours. I am
    finishing our leftovers as I type and it is delicious!!!

    Michele

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    Default Re: REC: Dump & Run Roast

    Quote Originally Posted by Savin' Moola
    I got one!!! Actually, I got this from allrecipes.com (and I will give
    credit to the creator as soon as i can find out who she is!). I modified it
    a little, and you can make it for less than $5.

    3 lb. 'sale' roast (whatever's on sale this week for cheap)
    1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup (or MYO)
    1 can condensed beef broth (or MYO)

    Combine soups in crockpot. Put roast in and cook on low for 8 hours. I am
    finishing our leftovers as I type and it is delicious!!!

    Michele
    I do it with a roast (chuck) and the mushroom soup, but I use water instead of the beef broth, and toss in a couple beef bouillion cubes. And, I put quarted or sliced potatoes and onions under the roast. It makes the best darned gravy in the world!

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    Default Re: Crockpot Roast

    I like to add a small can of mushrooms(pieces and stems are usually 35 cents or less) along with the cream of mushroom soup. I like it served over egg noodles or mashed potatoes.

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    OK, this recipe is going into my favorites & I'm shopping for a "sale roast" next paycheck!!! Thanks for all the great ideas!

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    We've been making this recipe for 40 years (before the CP, it was the oven). The only different thing we do is add a pkg of dry onion soup mix. You can use chicken, pork anything you want, same ingredients, different meat. Rice, potatoes or pasta. It's all good.

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    ok this may be a dumb question but what is MYO ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 611Jen View Post
    ok this may be a dumb question but what is MYO ?
    It means "Make Your Own". It took me a while to figure it out.

    As for the roast, we add beer instead of water. For some reason, it makes it very tender and adds to the flavor.

    I just got a roasting pan and rack for Christmas. If I was making a roast in that, would I use the rack or set it in the liquid? I've only used a crock pot for roasts before, so it is kinda new.

    I was thinking rack for birds, roasts in pan. Sound right?

    Shannon

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