Dave's Pot Roast and Noodles. Slow cooker recipes, like this beef pot roast with noodles, are perfect for busy weeknights or cozy Sunday suppers. Our pot roast seasoning adds ample flavor to the beef since it infuses into the meat as it stews all day. When I put a roast in that pot, it comes out so tender, and infused with the flavors I used.
Served over hot noodles, this flavorful recipe is one you'll love. You can also add any veggies that you would like to this recipe and can shred the beef or cut into larger pieces for serving. Dave's Original Black and Tan Pot Roast Recipe is a unique and amazing pot roast recipe. You can have Dave's Pot Roast and Noodles using 12 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Dave's Pot Roast and Noodles
- Prepare of pot roast seasoning.
- Prepare of diet cola.
- It's of beef broth.
- You need of cream of mushroom soup.
- Prepare of roast.
- You need of whole carrots (sliced).
- Prepare of red potatoes (quartered vertically and sliced).
- You need of bag klusky egg noodles.
- You need of Frank's Red Hot.
- You need of salt.
- Prepare of pepper.
- It's of Jane's Krazy Mixed-Up Pepper.
This wonderful recipe has so many incredible layers of great flavor. The whole family loves Mom's tender beef and hearty noodles. Simmered in beef broth, the noodles taste wonderfully old-fashioned. Mom has to make a huge batch since even the grandchildren gobble them up.
Dave's Pot Roast and Noodles instructions
- Place pot roast seasoning, diet cola, beef broth and cream of mushroom soup into crock pot and stir..
- Place roast into crock pot..
- Cover with carrots and potatoes..
- Add salt, pepper, Jane's and Frank's to top of potatoes..
- Run on low heat overnight..
- If meat breaks up nicely when stirred, switch heat setting to keep warm..
- Cook noodles separately, drain and add them to crock pot. Let them sit for 10-15 in crock pot in order to soak up some broth..
- Serve and enjoy!.
Pot roast is a braised beef dish made by browning a roast-sized piece of beef before slow cooking the meat in a covered dish, sometimes with vegetables, in or over liquid. This Asian pot roast shares a lot in common with the versions you're probably familiar with. A thick, boneless chuck roast is first seared in a pan, and Obligatory in my mind, however, is that this Asian pot roast be served over rice. You could serve it with potatoes or egg noodles, but me being me, rice. Beef pot roast is a wonderful thing: With little more than time, you transform a relatively inexpensive hunk of meat and a handful of ingredients into a meltingly tender, satisfying dish.