Original recipe yields 12 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I served this for Easter dinner to my family of 18 and got rave reviews, both kids and adults. It was amazingly easy and I didn't have the last minute "rush" to get it on the table. I used a s...
This was absolutely delicious - so tender it cut with a fork. I seared it on the grill and roasted it 5 hours at 275 degrees.
This is a very good and flavorful recipe that I plan on using again and again.I used my meat tenderizer to poke lots of little holes in the meat ($24.99 @ Bed, Bath & Beyond...it's a great gadge...
I only made this because I accidentally bought an eye of round roast instead of a chuck roast! I was really not excited that I had bought such a lean roast, because it was sure to be tough. Ho...
kind of weird. a really diffrent taste, i don't really know if we liked it or not, but thanks for sharing Marylynn
This came out delicious and the meat was very tender! I left it in a little longer than in the recipe, on accident, but it still came out great! The gravy was different and you have to be care...
Not very impressed. The flavors are all medicre and the Eye of Round is always a tough cut.
This was relatively boring. I bought an eye of round by mistake, so it certainly served the purpose of using the cut, but I won't be running out for another eye of round to use with this recipe