Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast
Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast is some of the best comfort food ever! I’ve made this savory pot roast dinner for decades. It has the usual ingredients like a beef roast, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and onions. But it’s cooked in Golden Mushroom Soup for extraordinary amped up flavor.
By now, you mush think of me as the “Pot Roast Queen.” Yes, I probably have close to ten different pot roast recipes on this blog already. 🙂 Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast has always been a favorite, so I knew it needed to be included too. It’s really super easy (especially if you decide on a crockpot version). But either way, it tastes amazing.
If you’ve never tried Golden Mushroom Soup in recipes before, you don’t know what you’re missing. It is far superior to regular Cream of Mushroom soup in every way. The difference in taste in this recipe is astronomical. I know Golden Mushroom Soup is more expensive. But go out and buy a can for this recipe. You’ll see the difference.
When I was a young mom, I had to come up with some easy dinner recipes to make. These meals also needed to be cheap! We had gone down to one salary, so frugality was necessary in everything from meals to clothes. I decided to try this option one time to see if the roast would make its own gravy. I was hooked from the first bite. I made this recipe often. Sometimes in the slow cooker, but more often than not, just on top of the stove. A few times I even baked it in the oven. That’s an old fashioned way my Mom used to make all of her roasts.
I’ve used either one or two soup cans of water. It depends on how many veggies are needed to feed everyone. Using only one can provides a thicker, richer gravy, in my opinion. I made this entree for about 12 people. So I added the extra soup can of water so the veggies would cook thoroughly.
Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast is a terrific recipe to try. Especially if you want a relatively easy dinner to prepare. The steps are not really very difficult. And if I could make this as a horribly novice cook in my early 20s, so can you! Try this delicious stick-to-the-ribs meal today!
Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast has always been a family favorite.
This easy pot roast recipe can be made on top of the stove or in the crock pot!
I served Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast with a loaf of Quick Sourdough Bread.
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients.
Generously salt and pepper the beef roast on both sides.
Dredge roast in flour to coat all sides well.
Heat a Dutch oven. Add oil. Brown roast about 3-5 minutes.
Turn roast over in pan and brown remaining side.
Add sliced onions.
Add sliced mushrooms. I used canned mushrooms, but you can also use fresh.
Spoon Golden Mushroom Soup into a mixing bowl. Add one or two soup cans of water. Adding only one can yields a thicker, richer gravy.
Whisk ingredients to combine.
Pour Golden Mushroom Soup mixture over top of roast in Dutch oven.
Cover with lid. Bring roast to boil over low to medium heat. Reduce heat to low and cover with lid.
Simmer, covered, for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until meat is fork tender.
Add potatoes. Sprinkle potatoes and carrots generously with salt and pepper.
Cover with lid and continue baking about an hour or an hour and 15 minutes, until veggies are fork tender.
Transfer meat, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and onions to a serving plate. Pour Golden Mushroom Soup gravy into a gravy boat to serve.
Pour Golden Mushroom Soup gravy over top of roast and vegetables to serve.
Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast is a delicious one-dish meal.
Here’s the recipe.
GOLDEN MUSHROOM SOUP POT ROAST
(My own concoction)
This is a delicious entree for company.
If you want a terrific stick-to-the-ribs meat and potatoes kind of meal, Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast is it!
Golden Mushroom Soup Pot Roast is a marvelous comfort food entree