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Easy Slow-Cook Pot Roast (Gluten-Free)

Celiac.com 04/02/2015 - A good pot roast is a thing of beauty that will delight most any eater, and provide a generous amount of leftovers for days to come.

This recipe delivers a slow-cook pot roast that is as effortless to make as it is tender and delicious to eat.

Photo: CC--JeffreyWIngredients:

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Directions:
Coat pot roast with gluten-free onion soup mix.

In a large bowl, mix cream of mushroom soup, beer and water. (If using beer, reduce water by equal amount). Add mix to slow cooker.

Cook on High setting for 3 to 4 hours, or on Low setting for 8 to 9 hours.

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Maggie

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07 Apr 2015 12:11:54 PM PST
You forgot to mention what to do with the carrots and onions, when to add them or if they are cooked separately...




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