Thursday, July 14, 2011

Baked One Pot Stew London Broil Recipe

A perfect one pot meal when your in a hurry~
1 (2 pound) top round London broil
 1 (28 ounce) can stewed tomatoes
4 whole cleaned garlic cloves
 2 green bell peppers cut in cubes
1 cup burgundy wine
1 cup chicken broth (keep extra on hand)
2 tablespoons flour
2 potatoes cut in cubes
1/2 cup or more of finger carrots ( my family loves potatoes more so I add just a few go ahead and load up if you like!)
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano, parsley, basil, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, salt and black pepper
4 plum tomatoes cut up
1 pound of cleaned sliced mushrooms (optional)

Directions
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Place the roast in a dutch oven or  roasting pan, pour stewed tomatoes over it, add all other vegetables sprinkles with all spices, flour and herbs.  Pour liquids on the bottom of the pot. Cover.
Roast for 2 1/2 to 3 hours, until fork tender (checking half way through to see if you need to add more broth if it's dry, depending on how many potatoes you added, you may need more broth). Let stand for about 10 minutes at room temperature before carving and serving.

24 comments:

Federica said...

It looks very good. I don't like meat very much but your roast would be perfect for my dad, who loves it. I note the recipe, thanks. Bye bye, have a great day

Ann said...

I love easy recipes like that! Have a GREAT day!

Belinda @zomppa said...

Who wouldn't be in a hurry to eat this?

Greg said...

This is so simple but sounds so good. I'll have to give it a try.

StephenC said...

In some ways this is so 1950's. I love it.

Ellie said...

Yum, that is my kind of meal! :)

Lara B Knight said...

Ok - thank you for our Sunday Supper this week!!!

Pretend Chef said...

One pot meals are so convenient. This is my kind of dinner. Yummy!

Big Dude said...

I can imagine this to be seriously delicious.

Parsley Sage said...

Oooh! Looks great, perfect for a family style dinner :)

Catherine said...

Dear Claudia, One of my favorite meals. I love stew!, especially with a nice loaf of Italian bread to dip. Blessings, Catherine xo

Mary said...

It certainly sounds easy and if you're recommending it I know it is delicious. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

Becka (The Elegant Eggplant) said...

BEAUTIFUL and so easy.

Lenia said...

Simple, quick and yummy!It looks great!Hugs!

Kate@Diethood said...

London Broil... mmmm! What a wonderful choice!

Blackswan said...

Totally agree! So useful esp on weeknites :)

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marla {family fresh cooking} said...

Love London Broil - reminds me of when i was a kid. we used to have ti all the time!

Magic of Spice said...

I love the idea of one pot meals in the summer...great recipe :)

Kelly @ Eat Yourself Skinny said...

Yummy I LOVE London broil, this looks fantastic!! :)

Erin said...

One pot meals are a blessing! Blessing when they actually taste amazing!

Tina @flourtrader said...

Great well rounded meal out of one pot, who would not like this! Thanks for posting this delcious time saving recipe.

Adora's Box said...

Such an English bang-in-the-oven cookery. Lovely. I love London broil. Where to find it in London? I don't know. I only get to eat it in the US.

Lo-mo said...

I love one pot meals such as this! PErfect for a busy family!

Skylar Wolfe said...

This reminds me of easy weeknight dinners growing up, I loved London broil. Looks delicious!