This recipe was AMAZING. I was looking for a good recipe for a pot roast and I stumbled across a bunch of reviews raving how great it was so I decided to give it a try.
I made a few modifications as I went along and it turned out great.
I used 12 Oz of coke instead of 10 oz. After adding two bags of carrots (really thin carrots at store) and I like carrots. I added about 3 russet potatoes cubed. 3 celery stalks. 1 clove of elephant garlic. 1/4 cup water in addition to the cola. I had added extra ingredients (the extra carrots and potatoes) so I didn't want it to be dry. In my case I could only find about a 2 1/2 pound roast. I'd definitely recommend the 4 pounds if you van find it because it shrinks.
After cooking for the first hour I turned it down to the 225 and cooked for an additional hour. At this time I had lots of juices so I drained what I could with a big spoon into a sauce pan and put it back in for another 30-40 minutes at 225 but after cutting into my sirloin it didn't seem cooked so I cut into 6 pieces and upped it to 350 degrees for another 20 minutes or so.
Near the end I drained the rest of the juices and added that to my saucepan. Added 2 tablespoons of corn starch to hot liquid and brought it back to a ln almost boil which thickened the gravy. Made mashed potatoes to go with the gravy and a side of garlic bread.
When I first put everything together (the brown gravy, the onion soup mix, and can of mushroom soup) when I added the cola it kind of f
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This recipe was AMAZING. I was looking for a good recipe for a pot roast and I stumbled...