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    This super easy recipe requires only 4 ingredients. Get it in the crockpot and have it for supper tonight.

    Cola Roast recipe

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    Just click the "download" to view the recipe

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    thanks!

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    Thanks! Always on the lookout for different and easy recipes. I'm making this tomorrow. Just any kind of Coke? regular, diet, etc?

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    I just use regular coke. My husband likes to use the 20 oz bottle but I drink some of it. use anywhere between 10 and 16 oz, I think it will be fine.

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    Thanks......this will be dinner one night this week... :-D

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    Is this a beef roast. How many pounds.

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    I have always used a beef roast, doen't matter which one or which size.
    I usually used rump or arm and as long as it fits in the crockpot you are good to go.
    let me know how you like it.

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    Thanks-Will try it soon.

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    will not open for me and I wanted to try this ???????


    Quote Originally Posted by waladopa
    This super easy recipe requires only 4 ingredients. Get it in the crockpot and have it for supper tonight.

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    1 can of coke
    1 roast of your choie (beef)
    1 pkg lipton opnion soup mix
    1 bottle Heinz chili sauce
    cook all day in the crockpot.
    spoon juice over mashed potatoes.
    I usually slice the roast with an elec knife 1 or 2 hours before dinner and put it back in the crockpot.
    This way lets the juice get around all sides

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    Thanks

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    Thanks, will try. Here's an easy one for chicken. Mix 1 can of sprite or coke with 1 cup of catsup. Pour over cut up fryer in an electric skillet. Cook at 350 degrees watching as liquid will cook away till chicken is done and tender.

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    I forgot to mention that you can put the roast in frozen. Not necessary to thaw first.

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    Equal parts wine and coke in a large roaster pan over a whole or half ham will pull out a lot of the salt. Really good.

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    Thanks fopr that tip!

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    here is the recipe

    Linda’s Roast

    1-Medium Size Roast
    1- Can Coke
    1-Pkg Lipton Onion Soup Mix
    1-12oz. Bottle Heinz Chili Sauce

    Place roast in slow cooker, Mix all ingredients and pour over roast.
    Turn slow cooker on low heat for aprox. 10 hr.
    Best if removed from slow cooker, and sliced and returned to cooker aprox.
    1 to 2 hr.s before serving.
    If desired you can also use the remaining sauce for gravy over mashed potatoes.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mornigstar
    will not open for me and I wanted to try this ???????


    Quote Originally Posted by waladopa
    This super easy recipe requires only 4 ingredients. Get it in the crockpot and have it for supper tonight.

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    I have usually just used a can of cola and not used the soup mix or chili sause. Roast comes out nice. I think it is the sugar in the cola (and it needs to be regular cola, not diet cola) that tenderizes the meat.

    MMMMM Good.

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    I am going to try this.

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    I have used this recipe many times. Always delicious, but very hard to clean up the dish. Started using the crockpot liners and made it a lot easier. Recipe works great with chicken also.

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