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Raise your hand if you if you enjoy a good old fashioned beef roast? Ok, that’s probably everyone in the room. Now, imagine smothering your juicy beef roast in a savory mushroom gravy. Sounds delicious, right? Of course it does! This recipe will teach you how to put a yummy spin on a traditional meal that you and your family are going to literally, “eat right up!”
Using a French onion soup packet, bring the succulent factor of this one-pot meal to a whole new level. Not only does the beef taste amazing, it’s fall apart tender. Onions, mushrooms, and a savory, juicy beef roast make for the perfect Sunday dinner!
Recipe courtesy of All Recipes.
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Quick Tip: Even though the recipe doesn’t clal for it, add in a can of cream of mushroom soup mix for a creamier sauce. This is what I did and ate the beef over egg noodles as sort of a stroghanoff.