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Old 05-20-2006, 06:28 PM
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Can someone who made this please tell me where to find the package of au jus mix? Is it a dry mix or the concentrate that comes in liquid form? Any help would be appreciated, as I would LOVE to make this soon.

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It's a dry mix that you can find in the packaged seasoning section. I like McCormick, but Kroger has their own brand too. You'll find it mixed in with the chili mix and gravy mixes and stuff. I haven't tried it with the liquid au jus sauce., but it should work just fine, I would think. I've been off the board for a while - fibro is keeping me down a lot lately.. Sorry
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I always make it this way too.. yum!! I just saw on another group that somebody uses the packet of Ranch dressing too. I think it might be to salty, but I am going to try and it see.
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Sounds delicious. Thanks for the recipe.
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sounds yummy....thanx!
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Made this yesterday. I had to work and we had baseball at 5:30. What a great supper to come home to! Everything was done and ready to go when I walked in the door. Great supper on a very busy night.

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For the most tender beef roasts in the crockpot try adding a cup or so of cola. It sounds strange, but it really works! It breaks down the tissue in the meat and really tenderizes it. (Which makes me wonder what that stuff does to the inside of your stomach!)

It doesn't matter what brand you use, or really even what flavor. I've used all different kinds of cola and and also Sprite & Mt. Dew. You don't taste the soda, but to be on the safe side I always dilute it about half and half with some water and I also usually add a pkg of dry onion soup mix or Au Jus. You don't have to worry about measuring anything because you really can't mess it up. Just try to turn the roast over once if you can, so it's tenderized all the way through. It works great with pork roasts too, although I would probably stick with the citrus flavors of soda rather than cola.
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That is easy....thank you
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