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    Beef and Gravy
Category: Beef


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2-3 pounds roast cut into bite sized pieces
1 packet Lipton's Onion soup mix
2 cans Cream of mushroom soup

Place pieces of roast in crock pot. Sprinkle packet of onion soup on meat. Cover with cream of mushroom soup. Let cook up to 9 hours. Stir about 1/2 way through cooking (but I'm sure you could just stir at the end). Serve over mashed potatoes or pasta.

  Reviewed by Kenney
I just made it. I add garlic it was awesome over cream pototoes
  Reviewed by judy238
I do this with a whole chuck roast! My 14 year old grandson will be visiting from Texas next weekend, this is his request! Lots of mashed taters, and homemade rolls! He loves it! It is so easy to make that I love doing it!
  Reviewed by Matt
My wife has made this a few times. And my biggest issue is that my stomach doesn't fit more. It's super good!
  Reviewed by Xena
Sorry but this does not taste anything close to the reviews presented here.
  Reviewed by Ray
My first cooking with a slow cooker EVER. Picked this recipe because of simplicity. Added 5 potatoes though. It was awesome. I'm scared to try others because bar is set very high. So easy too. Took 5 min to prepare. 4 min were the potatoes. Might try adding garlic next time and see what happens.
  Reviewed by Melissa P
Absolutely delicious!
  Reviewed by Jessie
I used venison roast in this recipe and it was delicious. Meat stayed moist and by the time we ate dinner it was falling apart! I substituted cream of celery for the cream of mushroom as no one in my family will come within arms reach of mushrooms. The recipe was salty so I'm going to try reduced sodium soup and mix if I can find it. Overall very pleased with this reicipe...hearty and quick.
  Reviewed by JenW
Yummy dish - I've made it a few times and my family (including 3 kids) love it!
  Reviewed by LizH
This was a great recipe--so easy, and the beef is so tender. The gravy is perfect. We added potatoes right into the stew, and it made a whole meal.
  Reviewed by rose
my family loved this recipe, my only suggestion is to use low salt cream of mushroom soup if your on a low salt diet as it is a little too salty.
  Reviewed by Angela
I make this the same way and then add potatoes and carrots towards the end it's a great beef stew kids love it!
  Reviewed by Debby
I just love this recipe. It is so easy to make and so delicious!
  Reviewed by badgergrl
this was the best beef & gravy I've ever made. it was so easy to put together. I let it cook on high though for about 6hrs and it was ready to eat by the time we got home. I added about half a can of water to it because i didn't want it to get too thick, but next time i might not put water at all, it just made more gravy then we wanted. If you want to cook it on HIGH i bought Beef Stew Cuts and just cut up the bigger pieces so it would be cooked. Also, if you can find it at your store, you should try Garlic Potatoes with this, it is AWESOME! A++ for this one.
  Reviewed by Kristy
Great recipe..You can just stir at the end. Also, I served over cooked rice and that was delicious too.
  Reviewed by john
good stuff...lived up to the high rating. we added sauteed portabello mushrooms at the end. my 7-year old loved the mashed potatoes & gravy.
  Reviewed by prep1016
Simple and delicious! My husband almost licked the plate :)
  Reviewed by seyah
worked out great with an eye roast cut up....meat was so tender and pouring over mashed potatoes was a plus.
  Reviewed by Shelly
I used top sirloin because of the low fat content. It was "lick the plate" good!
  Reviewed by Salsan
This recipe was great and added vegetables to it and it made like a beef stew.
  Reviewed by Tanya Teems
Great Dish.......Thanks!!!!!

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