Smoked Chuck Roast

There is nothing better than taking an inexpensive piece of meat and turning it into the 5 star dinner. This smoked chuck roast comes out super tender just like your mothers pot roast, but better!

Lean Meat – Chuck roast Marinade – Sea salt – Black pepper – Garlic powder – Onion powder Vegetables & Broth – Carrots – Onion – Beef broth



Pellet Smoker

Aluminum Pan

I'm smoking this chuck roast on my pellet smoker, just like the Camp Chef 36 smoker or Traeger 780. Pellet smokers are an easy and great way to impart fantastic smoke flavor on the beef, something you won't get from cooking in an oven or slow cooker.

My favorite wood to use when smoking beef is a oak, pecan, hickory, and apple wood chips. Mesquite wood is also a stronger wood that can be used with beef

This is possible with a gas grill. So if you already have a gas grill in the backyard, just fire it up on low and get started. Just make sure to have a full propane bottle, it's going to take a while to cook.

We are going to season the meat with equal parts sea salt, black pepper, onion powder, & garlic powder. You can also use kosher salt instead of sea salt. Make sure to season all sides of the meat liberally.

When the meat reaches around 150°F you might see it stop rising in temperature as quickly. This is what is called 'the stall'. This is normal, you just have to wait it out and let the meat do it's thing.

Give this recipe a try! Tap the link for the full recipe details.