Dear Readers of the Greater Rochester area,
Many years ago, Jeannette and her husband decided to move to the east border of Webster. They are only 2 miles away from Lake Ontario. They are always getting lake effect weather. Be it rain or snow. So on those cold, cloudy days Jeannette’s husband prefers comfort food for dinner. This past Sunday was very cold and rainy. So it was decided that a pot roast would fill the bill for dinner. That’s right, today we’re going to learn how to make an easy, delicious, gluten free pot roast for dinner. If you’re ready, let’s cook.
Here is the list of supplies you are going to need:
A can opener
A sharp knife and a cutting board
An 8×8 greased casserole dish with lid
A large spoon to stir with and measuring spoons
Here is the list of ingredients you will need:
A can of carrots
A can of potatoes
1 onion chopped
8 oz. of fresh mushrooms. They can be whole or sliced, the choice is yours to make.
1 teaspoon of garlic pepper
1 package of Hormel gluten free roast beef au jus
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and cook for one hour
This meal will serve 4 people
To start, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Now open your can of potatoes and drain. Next take the potatoes and cut into quarters. Place them in the greased casserole dish. Next chop up your onion and place with the potatoes. Now add your mushrooms to the dish. Next take your teaspoon of garlic pepper and sprinkle it over the mixture. Now take your spoon and stir so everything is evenly distributed. After that is done, open the can of carrots, drain. and add to the dish. Stir so everything is evenly mixed. Now cover your casserole and place it in the oven for a half hour. While that is cooking, take the roast beef and cut it into bite size pieces. Save the au jus to add to the dish. After the half hour cooking time is up, remove the casserole dish from the oven. Uncover and add the roast beef with the au jus. Stir everything to mix, then place back in the oven for an other half hour. When the half hour is up, your pot roast is ready to serve. Jeannette’s husband likes warm biscuit with his pot roast as a side. For those of you that have gluten issues you can serve gluten free bread warmed with butter as your side. Wegmans’ Natural World has a wonderful selection of gluten free breads and bread mixes for baking. This is also another dish that if there are any leftovers, it can be frozen and used at a later date. So get that Tupperware ready.
Jeannette hopes that you will enjoy this easy to make pot roast. When Jeannette worked she was always looking for fast and easy meals to make. This one filled the bill. Jeannette would love to hear from you. So if you have any comments, questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact her. She can be reached at: email@example.com. Until the next time, remember that if you can read you can cook.