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  • #16
    I gotcha! that is why you pair the pot roast with rice or pasta. that makes total sense now. When I introduced Hamburger gravy to a southern family I had met ages ago. they wanted me to make them some rice to put it on. I grew up (again) with Potatoes, and the occasional pasta, mom didn't cook much rice.
    Mary

    I'm not a chef, and I don't play on one television

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    • #17
      I think it might be a regional thing. Mom always paired dumpling noodles with pot roast, but rice is popular down south. I can eat it either way, doesn't bother me.

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      • #18
        Tiger Lilly's Pot Roast

        5 lb. rump roast
        Canola oil
        1 envelope beefy onion soup mix
        1 (10 oz.) box whole mushroom caps - cleaned and quartered
        1 - 2 cups Burgundy wine
        1 - 2 TBSP Gravy Master
        1 - 2 TBSP Mushroom Better Than Bouillon
        Water - just enough to come half way up roast

        Oil and season roast with your favorite seasoning.
        Heat cast iron Dutch oven (or large pot).
        Add oil to pot (I use coconut oil to brown roast) and brown roast on all sides.
        Add all other ingredients to pot.
        Bring to boil then lower to simmer.
        Cover and simmer about 4 hours (turn every hour) or until tender enough to shred.
        You can thicken the jus (with a roux or water and flour) or serve as is.

        Last edited by tigerlilly; 03-03-2015, 07:50 AM. Reason: Spelling
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        • #19
          Originally posted by rowan View Post
          I think it might be a regional thing. Mom always paired dumpling noodles with pot roast, but rice is popular down south. I can eat it either way, doesn't bother me.

          Dumpling noodles is better paired for pot roasts or any beef recipes,

          as for the rice pairing - you need to choose the long grains.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by rowan View Post
            I think it might be a regional thing. Mom always paired dumpling noodles with pot roast, but rice is popular down south. I can eat it either way, doesn't bother me.

            Almost all US rice production is in Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and California so those areas would be more prone to rice consumption.
            A lot of North American food also has roots in immigration and the slave trade. Asian migrant workers who worked on the railroads and people of African descendance both had rice as a staple in their diet.
            “If you are afraid of butter, use cream.”
            – Julia Child

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            • #21
              Tiger that looks yummy!
              Mary

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              • tigerlilly
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            • #22
              It DOES!!

              I'm going to do one tomorrow in my new Power pressure Cooker XL! It should be interesting, because it'll be the first time using it.
              ~BDH.

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              • #23
                Getting the pot roast started now.

                I will take pics of the process & post them when I'm done
                ~BDH.

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