A couple of days ago, taking a break from packing boxes, I got hungry for a pork roast! We texted (only old people call their kids) our kids and ask them if they wanted to come over for dinner. I think we all know the answer to that question anytime free food is involved! So I got busy and began to look for the necessary food items that I normally use for pork roast. They weren’t there, such as brown gravy mix, cream of mushroom soup and That brown stuff you sprinkle on meat that starts with Worches, but I can never remember the spelling and since I don’t have any in the fridge, I can’t run to check the spelling, so you will just have to guess what I’m talking about! Anyhoo since we are trying to use up all the items in our pantry and not keep buying I went with what I had in hand! It turned out so good! Will make this again as all four of us loved it! I used cream of celery soup, a packet of dry French onion soup and about 4-5 shakes of Kikoman sauce!
1 (2-3 lb) pork roast
2 tables olive oil
1 onion, sliced
1 reg size can cream of celery soup
1 envelope of Liptons dry French onion soup kix
4-5 shakes of Kikoman sauce
garlicpowder to taste
in large Dutch oven heat with olive oil. Sprinkle roast with pepper and garlic powder to your liking! Because of the onion soup mix and Jimoman you don’t need to add any salt!
brown roast and sliced onion in hot oil on both sides about 3-4 min on each side. When roast is brown sprinkle it with the dry soup mix, then cover with cream of celery soup and splash in the Kikoman sauce! add about a can or more water to roast and bake st 350 for 2-3 hours! The last hour of baking I add cut up potatoes and carrots. Bake until roast is tender and veggies are done! The gravy this makes is so good!