Yanno, I made pot roast the other day. That Old Lipton Onion Soup Pot Roast from the ’60s. And I saved a bit for my Bourbon Barbecue Pot Roast Sandwich. It wasn’t easy, and it took a heroic effort to squirrel a little away for this sandwich, but when a sandwich so epic can be made from a few leftovers? So worth it.
Not too long ago, I posted out the recipes I have on my site that were made with Lipton’s Onion Soup Mix. Or rather, my Homemade Onion Soup Mix recipe. There were quite a few more recipes than I thought but there was one glaring omission. I’ve never posted it because it’s so easy, it’s hardly a recipe. It’s that Old Lipton Onion Soup Pot Roast Recipe from the ’60s.
If you’re looking for a simple dinner with flavor to die for, this is the one. Mexican Pot Roast. Perfect for a family, easy to make and a bounty of succulent, tender meat for dinner (and if there’s any left) some of the best leftovers, ever.
Hey guys! I’ve been super psyched over my very retro Home-Made Onion Soup Mix. While you can’t say this about everything, it’s been like a little trip to the past that’s actually turned out better than I remembered! One thing I’ve been using it for is this Campbell’s Ultimate Slow Cooker or Instant Pot Roast.
Bloody Mary Pot Roast is one of those oldie-but-goodie recipes that’s been in my recipe box for ages. The sauce is basically what’s used in a Bloody Mary. Of course, you’re not going to get tipsy and it’s perfectly fine for children! If there’s any concern about the wee bit of alcohol, I’ll show you how to substitute white wine vinegar for the Vodka.