Mmm…beef and noodles…just like Mom and Gramma made them. Want the taste of Gramma’s roast over top of a bed of noodles and mashed potatoes? I have you covered with this Crock Pot Beef and Noodles from Gooseberry Patch’s 303 Simple & Satisfying Recipes.
Aunt Lou here.
Roast is seriously one of my favorite meals. Succulent meat with juices to pour over your meat, noodles and mashed potatoes? Oh. My. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
Add to that fact that it is super easy to make, and you have me sold! Growing up, I would have thought that roast was seriously hard to make. I would have never believed that something that delicious could be so easy to throw together.
With my pregnancy with Little Miss Iyla, I have developed a strong diversion to onion. I still LOVE the flavor, but accidentally eating some pieces of onion has some serious consequences for me right now. So, I used dried minced onion and just reduced the amount. Feel free to use fresh onion in yours. I am sure it will be delicious…and something I will have to try once I am no longer controlled by the fun side-effects of pregnancy. (Both measurements are in the recipe below).
Now for the super easy, oh-so-yummy recipe!
Crock Pot Beef and Noodles
Put your roast in the bottom of your slow cooker.
Mix together your broth, onion and seasonings.
Pour broth mixture over your roast.
Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Make a bed of mashed potatoes topped with extra-wide egg noodles.
Place a serving of beef on top of the mashed potatoes and egg noodles.
Ladle juice top and serve!
- 2 – 2 ½ lb beef chuck roast
- 4 c beef broth
- 1 c onion, chopped (or ¼ c dried minced onion)
- 2 t onion powder
- 1 T dried parsley
- salt & pepper to taste
- extra-wide egg noodles, prepared
- mashed potatoes
- Put your roast in the bottom of your slow cooker.
- Mix together your broth, onion and seasonings.
- Pour broth mixture over your roast.
- Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours.
- Make a bed of mashed potatoes topped with extra-wide egg noodles.
- Place a serving of beef on top of the mashed potatoes and egg noodles.
- Ladle juice top and serve.
Shared on Weekend Potluck.