Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables

Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables

Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables
Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables
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This Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables is a great and hearty weeknight meal that you and your family will love. If you're looking for a comforting, family meal, this dish has everything you need and comes together effortlessly. There is very little prep involved in this recipe, which is great for those with a busy schedule. Just let the beef and veggies cook together in the oven. This recipe calls for an oven bag, which locks in delicious flavor from the onion soup and makes cleaning up so simple. Try this ultimate comfort food meal out tonight!

Serves6 people

Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time2 hr

Difficulty LevelEasy

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Don't you just love a delicious, tender, juicy chuck roast? I know I do, and this Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables is just that. The ingredients are simple, but the flavors are divine. This is another one of those "one pot wonders" that I love. (Makes clean up so easy). You will be happy to serve your family this robust meal, just add some crispy Italian bread to soak up all the wonderful juices, and your done..

This is a nice and easy way of making your dinner and clean up as easy as possible. 400 degrees Fahrenheit seems a little high for making beef roast. Maybe it needs to be that high to cook the vegetables. I would rather cook longer at a lower temperature. I think 325 degrees is a good temperature for beef and maybe increase cooking time about half an hour or so.

This reminds me of the dinners my mom used to make on Sunday afternoons. They were always big meals with lots of comfort food. Nowadays I always make my roasts in my slow cooker. I would like to try this some Sunday afternoon, when I have the time to roast instead of slow cook. I will take out the celery and add mushrooms instead.

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