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Old Fri, Oct-15-04, 20:51
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Thumbs up Pot Roast Beef to Die For

Roast Beef to Die For

Recipe By : Real Food for Real People
Serving Size : 12 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Beef Crockpot


Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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5 pounds Beef Pot Roast
1 package Ranch-style Dressing Mix
1 package Gravy, Dry Mix, Brown
1 package Italian Seasoning -- Salad Dressing Mix

Place roast in crockpot. Sprinkle the 3 packages of mixes over beef.
Cook on high for 4-5 hours or on low for 8 to 10 hours.


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Per serving: 396 Calories (kcal); 30g Total Fat; (68% calories from fat);
30g Protein; trace Carbohydrate; 109mg Cholesterol; 130mg Sodium; trace
Dietary Fiber

Food Exchanges: 0 Grain(Starch); 4 1/2 Lean Meat; 0 Vegetable; 0 Fruit; 3
Fat; 0 Other Carbohydrates
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Old Sat, Oct-16-04, 18:46
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I was under the assumption that the dry salad dressing mixes and gravy mixes were carb laden?
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Old Sat, Oct-16-04, 20:04
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Hmm.. I wouldn't think so.. All my mixes say 1% or a trace of carbs
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Old Sun, Oct-17-04, 07:53
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The gravy mix packet that I have (mccormicks) states that it has 12 grams of carbs per packet, the main ingredient being enriched wheat flour... I've made this recipe in my pre-LC days, and it is WONDERFUL, I'm just cautioning people to be aware of their packet choices.
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I tried the Carb Options dry onion soup mix yesterday and slow cooked my roast.. It was yummy.

Angel
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Old Sat, Oct-23-04, 15:18
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I am making this roast right now! I will post my thoughts as soon as we are done filling our faces....
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Old Sun, Oct-24-04, 16:57
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I made this in my crock pot and we could hardly chew it! (I used a chuck roast). So.... today I put it in a pan on the stove, covered it with water & the juices from the crock pot with more seasoning. It turned out very good. Next time I won't be using a crock pot.
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Old Sat, Oct-30-04, 03:18
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i am going to try this one. i need meals that i can prepare in the crock pots. sue
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Old Wed, Nov-03-04, 06:32
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okay i tried this recipe first with the beef roast and it was awesome. i beilive i posted earlier on the recipe. second time i used this recipe,I USED A WHOLE CHICKEN! I USED THE DRY MIXES AND MIXED TOGETHER AND PUT A CHICKEN IN THE CROCKPOT AND THEN PUT THE SEASONINGS ON THE CHIKEN AND THEN I PUT 2 OR 3 CUPS OF DITE RITE COLA ON BOTTM OF CROCK POT AND I TOOK IT TO WORK AND EVERYONE LOVED IT! SUE- THIS IS A GREAT RECIPE. I JUST MIGHT TRY COOKING A WHOLE DUCK WITH IT. SUE
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Old Mon, Nov-08-04, 12:14
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i am doing a pork roast tonight for dinner using this recipe. i hope it turns out good. sue
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Old Tue, Dec-14-04, 02:53
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i like this recipe alot. i make this again last week. sue
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Old Tue, Dec-14-04, 05:41
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I like it but my husband doesn't.... He says it is way to salty.
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Old Sat, Jun-18-05, 20:02
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okay. i have been making this off and on. i made this the other day again but skipped some things.
i started with the boneless beef roast
i took one package of brown gravy mix
added a pacage of chicken gravey mix
forgot to add zesty italian seasoning
forgot to add the ranch seasoning
added some diet cola to cover the crock pot for the juices

it was so good. my father loved it. i put on the crockpot all night on low. sue
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Old Sat, Jun-25-05, 23:07
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well i just made this recipe again the other night. it is really good for me to take to work. sue
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Old Fri, Jul-01-05, 07:15
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I have made this before and it is so easy and quite tasty. I like to slice it up for sandwiches made out of cheese puffs.
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