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Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables

Easy One Pan Beef Roast with Vegetables

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This is comfort food at its very best.  It takes just a few minutes to pull this meal together, then let the beef and veggies cook to perfection in your oven.  The oven bag locks in delicious flavor from the onion soup and makes cleanup easier than ever.


serves 6 people


cost per recipe: $25.10

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  • 1

    can (10 1/2 ounces) Campbell's® Condensed French Onion Soup

  • 1/4

    cup all-purpose flour

  • 1

    oven bag

  • 3 1/2

    pound boneless beef chuck roast

  • 1

    teaspoon black pepper

  • 1

    teaspoon garlic powder

  • 3

    medium red potato, cut in quarters (about 3 cups)

  • 3

    stalks celery, cut into 1-inch pieces

  • 2

    cups baby-cut carrots

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How to Make It

Step 1

Set the oven to 400°F.  Add the soup and flour to the bag. Close the bag and mix the soup and flour with hands until no lumps are seen.  Place the bag into a roasting pan.

Step 2

Season the beef with the black pepper and garlic powder. Place the beef, potatoes, celery and carrots into the bag.  Close with the oven bag tie.  Cut 6 (1/2-inch) slits in the top of the bag.

Step 3

Roast for 1 hour 45 minutes or until the beef is fork-tender. Let stand 15 minutes before serving.

Recipe Tips

  • Ingredient Note: Oven bags are disposable oven-safe bags that you can find in the foil and wrap section of your market.

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Ratings & Reviews

  • George N.

    May 11, 2017

    i would use a bone in roast. the bone gives the meat more flavor!

    I would use a bone in roast. the bone gives the meat more flavor!

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  • Kimberly G.

    April 30, 2017

    Wait to cutting bag !

    I use theses bags and for moister meat don't cut bag until about the last 15 min till roast is done this will brown the roast and cook up extra juices. Works for me!

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  • kenneth m.

    February 10, 2017

    Worst recipe ever

    Vegetables came out wonderful. Beef came out dry and overcooked. Horrible.

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  • Marilyn E.

    December 30, 2016

    Flavor Great - Over Cooked & Bag Blackened

    December 30, 2016, I just tried this recipe and the flavor was great and meat was tender but a lot of misses. I think cooking at 400 degrees was way to hot. The carrots & potatoes had to be pried out of the bag because there was no juice at all. Letting it rest for 15 minutes meant it was barely warm. I will try the recipe again but cook at 350 degrees if that fails I'll try the crock pot.

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  • IFortuna

    October 17, 2016


    This is a great way to prepare foods. Chicken and turkey really benefit from being bagged. You could also use non stick aluminum foil. Just wrap the food in parchment and then wrap in foil being sure to close the openings tightly. In the past I have cooked duck in a plain paper bag. Bagging really keeps the food moist and tender by allowing it to self baste. : )

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