Friday, September 17, 2010

Yankee Pot Roast Soup

If you’ve ever been to Montana’s (the restaurant), you may have tried their Yankee Pot Roast Soup.  Craig and I love to enjoy a bowl as an appetizer whenever we visit, and I thought it was a great, hearty fall weather food so I scoped out recipes online.  Would you believe it there is already a recipe online that people have commented and said it tastes like the Montana’s soup?  I made a batch of it tonight, and I have to agree that it is a pretty close taste.  Enjoy!

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Yankee Pot Roast Soup

Source: Family Oven

1. Sprinkle beef with salt and pepper (I keep kosher salt in a salt pig on my stove for this purpose) then brown in butter over Medium High heat.

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2.  Add in garlic during last few minutes of browning then add in a small amount of the broth to deglaze the pan. 

3.  Add in additional broth and remaining ingredients and bring to a boil.

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4.  Reduce to a simmer and cook for around an hour (until potatoes are cooked through).  Check spices and flavourings and modify before serving.

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Notes:

- I couldn’t find maggi seasoning in the grocery store, so I found a site online that said I could mix Worcestershire and soy sauce in equal parts to much the same result.

- I left out the celery as I don’t really like cooked celery.

6 comments:

Lori said...

Sounds really good!

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Anonymous said...

Not sure what I did wrong, I found the soup spicy and did not taste like Montana's soup, was okay to eat though but didn't want seconds

Jocelyne Welch said...

I don't like cooked celery either, however, it gives a great flavor. So I use celery seed or dried celery flakes :-)

Toni-Elaine 27 said...

I love this recipe!
The only issue I have, is that it's too salty.
I use No Salt Added type broth & low sodium tomato paste, and do not add any salt while cooking...
If the family wants to throw a pinch in their bowl, then it's a healthier option.

Toni-Elaine 27 said...

I love this recipe!
The only issue I have, is that it's too salty.
I use No Salt Added type broth & low sodium tomato paste, and do not add any salt while cooking...
If the family wants to throw a pinch in their bowl, then it's a healthier option.

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