Coming home from Sunday services to a home cooked meal that greets you with wonderful, enticing aromas when you walk in the door is a gift from heaven. Everyone is starving and no one wants to wait for long meal prep. It’s great to have a sure-fire way to cook a meal so it will be ready to eat when you get home. I have a solution for you!
This recipe has been my favorite way to cook a roast for lots of years.Also, if you’re not great at making gravy, this recipe is a blessing because it makes its own gravy! You could use any variety of beef cuts – Chuck Steak, round roast, whatever is on sale. The technique is the same, but you may just need longer cooking times for larger pieces of beef.
Here’s the recipe:
Sunday Roast Beef Dinner
Carrots – However many you need for your group
Potatoes – ”
Lipton Onion Soup
Cream of Mushroom Soup
Water or broth
Directions: Add a couple tablespoons of oil to a shallow pan and sear the meat (cook at high temperature just to brown and caramelize a crust on the meat.) You could even do this part the night before!
Place roast and vegetables in a crock pot.
Spread undiluted soup over roast, icing it like a cake!
Sprinkle Onion soup over the mushroom soup and vegetables. Add a cup of water or chicken or beef broth.
Cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours.
Serve meat and vegetables with the gravy in the crock pot.
You’ll be the woman of the year for anyone who eats this meal with you! It makes the meat flavorful and moist! Sunday dinner problems are solved. You’re welcome! 😉
What did you have for Sunday dinner yesterday?
With love from my country kitchen,
18 thoughts on “The Best Sunday Roast Beef”
I used to make this years ago — I’m going to try it again! Thanks!
It’s worth bringing back to your table! Thanks for stopping by!
This looks so good! Thanks!
I hope you’ll try it…it really is delicious!
We had a beef roast with rice, gravy and peas! 🙂 I totally forgot about this recipe – you’re right, it’s SO good. Next time I make a Sunday roast, I’ll do it this way!
Leftovers! From a month of feeding a super ministry team of 11! 🙂
Wow! You deserve a badge! 👍
It was a blessing- the Frazor Evangelistic team , and they are family too! Noticed you were having the Galkins as well. 🙂
I’ve heard of the Frazor team, but have never been with them in meetings. The Galkin’s were such a blessing to us!
My husband loves to cook Chinese food. So once in a while I get the treat of a Chinese meal. He made home made Kung Pao Chicken, Sesamee Chicken, Potstickers, and white rice. My son and family and one other family from our church joined us. My son brought his home made Hot and Sour Soup! My husband is the pastor of our church so it is a hectic Saturday late night prep work, but he loves it, and I do all the clean up after him! It was a great meal!
That sounds delicious!!