A true comfort food is gluten-free pot roast - and this one is super easy with amazing results!
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This recipe is super simple and easy, thanks to 2 delicious gluten-free products! The only things you need to make a mouth-watering, fall off the bone, tender gluten-free pot roast:
Gluten-Free Onion Soup Mix - like this one from Mom's Place Gluten-Free.
Full Flavor Foods Cream of Mushroom Soup, or any gluten-free Cream of Mushroom Soup you can find.
All you do is pour the Full Flavor Foods cream of mushroom soup and the onion soup mix over the pot roast, cover it with foil and cook it low and slow.
After a few hours, you unwrap the foil and will find the most delicious pot roast ever.
And you literally don't have to do any work to get that tasty flavor!
Feel free to serve your pot roast with whatever side dishes you prefer. I usually make roasted vegetables and mashed potatoes for the ultimate comfort food dinner. While I always hope to have leftovers, it doesn't often happen.
The pot roast is so scrumptious, it's gone rather quickly. You can also throw in carrots and onions to cook with the pot roast, for super-soft, fork-tender veggies packed with the creamy mushroom flavor.
I sometimes serve pot roast with a side of green beans for extra veggies, as seen here.
Ready for an easy but delicious dinner? Let's make it!
Here's the recipe for gluten-free pot roast.
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Gluten-Free Pot Roast Recipe
- 1 3-4 lb chuck roast
- 1 packet Gluten-Free Onion Soup Mix, like Mom's Place Gluten-Free
- 1 packet Gluten-Free Cream of Mushroom Soup, or Full Flavor Foods Cream of Mushroom Soup Mix prepared according to package instructions
- 3-4 carrots, diced, optional
- 1 onion, sliced, optional
- Optional sides: Mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables, green beans
Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
In a large glass pan or roasting pan (11x9 size or similar), place 3-4 pieces of heavy-duty aluminum foil going both length-wise and width-wise. You will cook the pot roast in the foil and fold the foil over the roast, so make sure they are long pieces.
Cook the Full Flavor Foods cream of mushroom soup mix according to package directions on the stovetop or in the microwave. Allow to slightly cool. This should only take about 5 minutes for it to thicken.
Place the chuck roast on the foil inside the roasting pan. Sprinkle the onion soup mix over the meat and using your fingers, rub into the meat on all sides. Then, pour the Full Flavor Foods Cream of Mushroom soup over the meat. There will be a lot of liquid- and that's okay, it will become your gravy.
If you'd like, cut 3-4 carrots into equal size and sprinkle them around the meat, and 1 onion, sliced. Fold the aluminum foil over the meat, sealing the foil pieces together to create a seal - make sure there are no gaps or openings!
Place the chuck roast in the oven and cook - low and slow, about 1.5 hours per pound. The pot roast is done when it is fork-tender and falling apart. The liquid will become your gravy, and if you added any carrots or onions, they will be tender and delicious as well. Enjoy!
Nutrition InformationYield 10 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 1369Total Fat 86gSaturated Fat 35gTrans Fat 5gUnsaturated Fat 45gCholesterol 452mgSodium 1026mgCarbohydrates 13gFiber 2gSugar 2gProtein 136g
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