Chuck Roast

Coming from the steer’s shoulder, the muscle is known to be medium-active, influencing its popular characteristics: firm yet tender in texture, juicy, and consistent. Each roast ranges from 2.5 lb. to 3.5 lb. Though best after a pot-roast, braising to a shredded state is also a common method of preparation.

Recipes for Chuck Roast

Classic Holiday Braised Beef Stew

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This hearty beef stew is sure to warm you up on a cold day.

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Asian-Inspired Chuck Roast with Jasmine Rice and Chinese Greens

After three hours in a slow cooker, Asian spices meld together with succulent chuck roast for a meal that won't have any leftovers.

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Red Wine-Braised Mock Tenders

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These wine-braised mock tender fillets are super flavorful, basically like tiny pot roasts, perfect for a night requiring comfort food.

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