Grass-fed beef, your favorite steak seasoning and a some herbs. That’s all you need for this melt-in-your-mouth slow cooker beef roast recipe.
Easy. This is another easy recipe. This is my first time using one of 5280Meat‘s grass-fed beef roast’s in my slow cooker. For the first time, I didn’t want to screw up the beautiful cut of meat so I did what I always do when I’m in a jam – I called my Mother. She didn’t answer (she was mid-flight I later learned) so I pulled out one of her recipes from the stack old index cards she gave me. I found this seasoning blend there. Her original recipe used a 2-3 lb roast and I was cooked in the oven so after some simple conversions viola here you are with this slow cooker version. This calls for your favorite steak seasoning. I actually don’t have one to recommend; the one I used I ran out of and I don’t plan on buying it again. While the seasoning itself I loved, I can’t continue to support the company that makes it. That’s all I’ll say about that. If you don’t have a steak seasoning on hand, you can pick up a pre-made bottle at your local grocery. I recommend buying one that uses Himalayan salt but also has a low-sodium count. The dollops of Omghee on top are is necessary but highly recommended. As usual, do not substitute butter if you don’t have ghee. Either buy some or omit it.
- 4-5 lb grass-fed roast
- 2 small onions, sliced
- ½ cup low-sodium beef broth
- ¼ cup steak seasoning
- 1 tbsp thyme
- 1 tbsp rosemary
- 2 tsp ghee
- Add onions to the bottom of the slow cooker.
- In a small bowl, mix together steak seasoning, thyme and rosemary.
- Season roast generously with seasoning mix.
- Add roast to the slow cooker. Add ghee on top.
- Pour in broth.
- Cook HIGH 4-5 hours or LOW 8-9.
I served this for a dinner party hence the lack of pictures. I have a thing – if I invited you over for dinner, I’m not going to make you wait while I take pics of the food I made for the blog. Having said that, this came out so delicious I really want to share the recipe. I’ll definitely make this again so I will update it later with more recent pics. I served mine with melody a baby squash from my favorite, Melissa’s Produce and fresh spinach.