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Pot roast doesn’t get any more tender and juicy than this red wine-soaked version.
If you look through our recipe archives for pot roast you will probably come across many of them. That’s because we LOVE pot roast here at Tastee Recipe. Now, you’ll notice that each one is different than the next because we also like variety. Anyway, the following recipe, found over on the Bless Us O Lord food blog, calls for red wine and mushrooms. Personally, I find it to be the best pot roast recipe that we have. The meat comes out so tender and juicy that it’s hard to believe that the cut of meat is a chuck roast.
Thank you so much, Bless Us O Lord, for sharing your pot roast with mushrooms and red wine sauce recipe with us. The leftovers (if there are any) taste even better!
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this amazing recipe courtesy of Bless Us O Lord? Head on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions.
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Quick Tip: I think adding a packet of onion soup mix to this roast would totally enhance the flavor.