How to make it

  • You must Heat oil. To test if hot enough to cook drop a pinch of flour in the oil and see if it bubbles. BUBBLING IS READY.
  • While oil is getting ready have your meat out and flour it. Then place the meat in the HOT oil and fri it. Let there be a light crust on the beef. Fri all the sides. When fineshed set aside.
  • Now mix up your 2 envelops of lipton ( DRY ) onion soup mix with 3/4 cup of Red Wine. Mix well Ok now peal 4 to 6 carrets. Then cut into the size you like to serve. Now peel 6 to 8 potatos if you like or leave on skin. If you wish to leave on skin only do so with potatos NOT carrets. Wash potatos well if skin is left on.
  • Now arrange vege's in battom of slow cooker then place in the reoat. Now poor the wine / soup mix in on top of reost. Now if you want to make the gravy thicker then add a little floure to the Wine soup mix. I always add 1/2 cup more Red Wine in the last 2 hours to make it more flavorful.
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  • cswindoll 8 years ago
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  • cindyudhardt 8 years ago
    Oh, Thank you i am glad you have enjpyed it. My friend Dan gave me the idea. It is also on the back of the soup mix box. Only i love to add wine instead of water. Try that too. Have a great day
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    " It was excellent "
    pleclare ate it and said...
    Looks great!
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    " It was excellent "
    m2googee ate it and said...
    Love the flavor onion soup mix gives to a pot roast. Thanks for posting!
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  • cindyudhardt 9 years ago
    I am so sorry i will have the rest of the photos soon. Enjoy the rec
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