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Campbell's Slow Cooker Sauces, Tavern Style Pot Roast with Mushrooms and Roasted Garlic, 13 Ounce (Pack of 6)
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Flavor: Tavern Style Pot Roast with Mushrooms
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Korean BBQ Flavor:I first saw this at the local grocery store and bought a single pack to test the flavor. I was really impressed with how easy this is to prepare. You'll need three items: the Campbells Slow Cooker Sauce, beef, and a slow cooker. I used a Beef Chuck Cross Rib Roast, Boneless, 3.3 pounds. It's so easy, I did not need to pre-cook or brown the meat! Just put the meat into a slow cooker, then open the bag of sauce and pour over the top. If you hate to cook then you're going to love this product!
A few hours after cooking, my house started smelling really good. I had forgotten that I started the Korean BBQ dinner in my slow cooker earlier in the day. Wow...did my house smell great. The kids came home from school and couldn't wait to eat this...even my super-picky, never-eats-anything-good teenager. Everyone including my husband loved it...and the next day they were fighting over the leftovers. Nobody eats leftovers in my house!
I did see in some of the other reviews that a few people did not like the smell. This is Korean BBQ and so you can expect your home is going to smell like that while you are cooking the meal for eight hours.Read more ›
"Beef brisket tastes best when cooked in moist heat. But what liquid to use? We cooked thin-cut boneless brisket in slow cookers for 7 hours with four products: two sauces and two dry mixes to which we added water. Staffers blind-tasted the meat shortly after cooking; trained tasters tried it reheated a few days later. The winners are below..."
The two that made their list were this Campbell's sauce and McCormick Slow Cookers Savory Pot Roast Seasoning Mix. For this Campbell's product they wrote, "A few mushroom pieces; mild, well-blended flavors with sweet-and-sour notes that complemented the meat."
I tried it and that is my take on this as well. It was terrific, and there was plenty of sauce left over to use as gravy for the mashed potatoes I made to go along with it. I'm actually craving some right now so tomorrow I am going to try a round roast instead of a brisket. With six of these per carton I'll have plenty to keep in stock for a while to come and I'm looking forward to ordering some of the other varieties based on the reviews here.
Finally, I don't see it on the product page so here is some nutritional information:
Cost: 33 cents per ¼ cup
Fat: 2.5 grams
Sodium: 580 milligrams
I definitely recommend you try this. It may not be "home made" but it's close enough for me and a whole of a lot easier.
While the preparation really is that easy, we weren't especially impressed with the results.
Let's begin at the beginning with the ingredients check. I was pleased to see I could pronounce everything on the list, and there were no gums, extenders, preservatives, etc. Just like most processed foods, however, this sauce contains way too much salt. There is approximately 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt in this little packet based on the sodium levels listed in the nutritional information.
First, I inserted a Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner in my 6 qt. Cuisinart slow cooker vessel.
Though it didn't say so on the package, I first browned 3 pounds of beef chuck on all sides and put it in slow cooker. I tore open the packet, poured in the sauce, put on the lid, set the slow cooker for eight hours on "low," and walked away.
Eight and half hours later we were ready to eat and a check of the pot roast showed that it was done.
Since this was "instant pot roast" I made a batch of instant potatoes (though I would normally make them from scratch) and steamed up some summer squash. While the pot roast "rested" I drained the leftover liquid into my fat separator. To my surprise, there is approximately 4 cups of liquid from the roast. I heated the juice with some flour slurry to make a nice gravy.
The resultant pot roast was tasty enough but the Roast and the gravy had a distinct tart flavor that neither Mrs. Boilermate nor I really cared for.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I made the mistake of going to the grocery store when I was hungry so I picked this bit of convenience food. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Devin Radloff
These are the best product. I have used it before. It made simple and great tasting foods
You need to try it.
I really like the Tavern Style sauce. The others are okay but I probably won't buy them again.Published 29 days ago by Muskyman
Beef was fine, just ruined the veggies. Strange vinegar taste. Won't buy again. Makes me wonder about their other sauces. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I haven't read the other reviews yet- just want to let you all know that this sauce delivers. I am a cook-from-scratch person. I used this sauce and couldn't have topped it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cathy Reis
I purchased this variety pack under a lightning deal. I am only rating the Hawaiian Pork sauce, since it's the only one I've tried so far. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Some guy in Hawaii
I dont know how this was rated so high when i took a taste of it and it was extremely tangy and tart. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mommy Two