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                         ALL-DAY-LONG CROCKPOT BEEF
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 Serving Size  : 6    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Crockpot                         Meats
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    1 1/2   lb           Beef roast -- * see note
      1/2   ts           Black pepper
    2                    Garlic cloves -- minced
      1/2   pk           Onion soup mix
    2       ts           Worcestershire sauce
    1       t            Steak sauce
    3                    Carrots -- sliced
    2                    Celery stalks -- diced
    1                    Green bell pepper -- chopped
    1                    Yellow onion
      1/2   c            Water
      1/2   c            Tomato juice
   Recipe by: Jo Anne Merrill
   Preparation Time: 8:00
   * Use any cut of beef roast desired.
        1. Cut beef roast into serving-sized portions.
   Use more beef if you need more than 6 servings. Brown
   beef in a bit of vegetable oil, although you can skip
   this step if rushed for time.
        2. Slice onion and separate into rings. Dice the
   peeled carrots, dice the celery and slice the peppers
   into thin strips or circles. Place these into bottom
   of crockpot. Sprinkle the beef pieces with fresh
   ground black pepper, minced garlic and the onion soup
   mix. Place on top of the vegetables.
        3. Mix the steak sauce and Worcestershire sauce
   in a small bowl with about 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup
   tomato juice. Pour this over the meat.
        4. Turn the crockpot to high for 30 minutes, or,
   if you're in a hurry, skip this step. Turn to low,
   cover and cook for 7-9 hours.
   * Keep the crockpot covered as much as possible
   throughout cooking time. A crockpot can be used to
   cook this type of meal for a varied amount of time,
   depending on your schedule. It is not important that
   you take the meat and vegetables out at a specific
   amount of time. One or two hours either way usually
   makes no difference.
        When ready to serve, dip meat and vegetables out
   of pot with a slotted spoon. Use the liquid as is or
   turn crockpot to high and thicken liquid with a little
   flour or cornstarch.
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