Grass Fed Beef Chuck Roast

Grass Fed Beef Chuck Roast

Grass Fed Beef Chuck Roast

This recipe is a hearty filling meal for those cold winter days and is quick and easy to prepare

 

 

Ingredients:

1 Chuck roast
2 Onions
1 tbsp. Pepper ( Fresher ground pepper is better)
1 tbsp. Onion Powder
1tspn. Sea Salt

Preparation Option #1 (shown in pictures below): Pot with Lid

Pre-Heat oven to 225° F. The key is to match the Chuck Roast to the size of the pan (this is the secret to a juicy roast). Sprinkle pepper, onion powder, and sea salt over the roast. Then slice the onion and distribute evenly over the entire roast. Cover and place in the center of the oven for 5 to 8 hours. The roast will be ready in 5 hours however the longer the cook time the more tender the roast will be.

 

**Additional cooking methods below**

 

Chuck roast vary in size, typical chuck roasts weigh between 3 to 5 pounds

 

 

 

All ingredients needed

 

The key is to get the roast to fit snuggly into the pot, even if it means trimming the chuck roast

 

 

 

 

 

Ready to go into the oven

 

The finished product


Preparation Option #2: Medium to Large size crock pot

Place roast in crock pot.  Sprinkle pepper, onion powder, and sea salt. Slice onions and distribute evenly over the entire roast. Place in the crock pot for 6 to 8 hours on the low setting. Do not worry your cook time is over the 8 hours it will become more tender the longer it is cooked.

 

Preparation Option #3: Wrapped with aluminum foil

Sprinkle the chuck roast with pepper, onion powder, and sea salt. Slice onions and distribute evenly over the entire roast. Wrap the roast as tight as possible (this is key, if the juices escape the roast will be dry and lose flavor) place in the center of the oven for 5 to 8 hours. The roast will be ready in 5 hours however the longer the cook time the more tender the roast will be.

 

Our Favorite way:

For all preparation methods after the roast is cooked add a tbsp. of flour to the juices to make gravy

 

Favorite sides:  Mashed potatoes, Baked Potatoes or Rice

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  1. Robin 5 years ago

    Hello, just wanted to say great blog I read it from accross the water in the UK, I run the Traditional Beef Company in Salisbury, Englang. http://www.traditional-beef.co.uk. We have grass fed aberdeen angus.

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