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2 lb (or more) Pot Roast Beef Broth to cover, then double amount
2 LC Bread Slices (Preferrably Pumpernickel)
1 medium onion or 2 smallGarlic/Garlic Powder to taste
Black Pepper to taste
How To Prepare:
TWO MEAL DEAL! Pot Roast one night/french onion soup the next! In a crock pot, add roast (I use English Beef Roast), add 1/2 medium or 1 small onion, garlic or garlic powder, black pepper (to taste) and beef broth to cover. Cook on low for 8 -10 hours. For pot roast, your good to go with a salad and even some gravy with 1 cup of broth and some Thicken-Thin-Not (low carb starch-like thickener)to make gravy! For French Onion Soup, remove roast and add enough beef broth to double what was originally added to cover roast, add beef boullion if necessary to make stronger broth. Saute in butter, another 1/2 medium or 1 small onion, slice thin, until translucent. Add onion and even a little bit of the roast in small pieces. Toast low carb Rye bread, place in bottom of bowl or crock, sprinkle with mozzarella cheese, add soup and top with more cheese. Microwave or broil until melted and ENJOY! This was a recipe shared with me by a woman in the office and as soon as she told me about it, my mouth started watering! IT'S FANTASTIC! Two meals for the work of one! BONUS! You won't believe the taste! Pass on the LC Bread and make this recipe even lower in carbs.
Number of Servings:
2 if you share!
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known:
Would you recommend the product? Yes |
Price you paid?: None indicated
| Rating: 8
Positive aspects of the product (pros):
Tasty & very easy, both nights
needed more ingredients for my taste
I used a 2.5 lb roast. I needed to place more ingredients in w/ my roast to achieve the flavors that I prefer. I also doctored the soup on soup night. I toasted my cheese(es) on silpat at 350, like a big cheese cookie for 7 minutes. I didn't need to use the bread. But all in all, this recipe is a great place to start, since it helps cover 2 nights of different main dishes and a couple of lunch sides for 2 people. "catholic soup queen"
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