Mom's Beef & Noodles

This is one of those dishes my mom would say she was cooking and I would be dreading, until the first bite! It always sounded so boring, bland, and ordinary...but my mom can make anything taste amazing! I hadn't eaten it in a long time, as my mom cooks less and less as she gets older...well during Christmas she cooked up a big batch of this and everyone went nuts for it...that's when I asked her for the recipe and decided to make it for myself. It turned out perfect, just like my moms, and that rarely ever happens when I try to cook her food.

Ingredients:

  • 2 pounds boneless beef roast
  • salt & pepper
  • Mrs. Dash's Onion and Herb
  • beef bullion
  • 8 ounces egg noodles
  • Spike seasoning (optional, it was my own addition)
  • about 6 cups water
Method:

Season both sides of roast liberally with salt, pepper, and onion & herb. Place in baking dish with about 1/4 cup water. Roast in the oven, covered, at 325 degrees F. for approximately 3 hours, turning once about half way through.

Drain broth juices into a large pan. Add enough water to make about 6 cups of liquid in this pan. Taste for strong flavor and add beef bullion as needed. Bring this to a boil and add in the egg noodles. While this is cooking, pull apart the roast into the desired size pieces. When the noodles are finished, add the meat, and serve...sprinkled with Spike seasoning if desired.

Depending on how much meat you like to eat with your noodles, you can cook up 8 more ounces of egg noodles in some beef broth and add the remaining leftover meat to that whenever the first batch of noodles are finished.


~ Nah... I mean, I'm already pregnant, so what other kind of shenanigans could I get into? - Juno Macguff ~

13 comments:

Mona said...

Looks delicious Meeso!

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USHA said...

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meeso said...

~ Mona, Thanks :)

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yum said...

Its great to see a fellow lover of Indian food :) Been seeing your blog for a couple weeks.

BTW, does the last quote mean something, Meeso?!?!

Cynthia said...

I've never had beef-noodle soup. I'm inspired. I can just imagine how tasty the broth is.

meeso said...

~ Edamame, Thanks for stopping by.

~ Yum, I am a big time lover of Indian food! I'm glad you stopped by. The quote is from the movie "Juno", I just thought it was funny :)

~ Cynthia, The broth is certainly tasty :) Thanks for coming by...I know you have tons of blogs to visit!

Mandira said...

so true meeso, some family recipes are treasured... it looks delicious.

Sultana said...

meeso this looks so easy and delicious....i might be trying this soon!

meeso said...

~ Mandira, Thanks :)

~ Sultana, It's great to see you here :) I hope you do try it and that you like it!

Craftola said...

Hello Meeso, I was so impressed with your Mom's beef and noodles recipe, I posted about it on my blog. Your Mom must cook like I do. I was cooking beef and noodles tonite for supper.... I gave credit to your blog. Its wonderful!

Rosemary said...

I came by your blog via Craftola and oh my gosh, this sounds so delicious and warming. I know what I'm making this cold weekend! I'll be back to check out your blog some more!!!