We all have dishes that we associate with seasons. A Beef Roast is one that, while enjoyed year-round, when cold weather strikes, is appreciated the most. December Featured Chef Marisa Tolsma offers up her delicious take on a classic. Follow along with her Beef Roast recipe that features US Wellness Meats grass-fed beef below.
Beef Roast Recipe
Recipe By: Marisa Tolsma | Bumble Bee Apothecary
- 3 lb. beef roast (I’m using a center cut shoulder roast)
- 1-2 beef knuckle bones or beef marrow bones, or a combination of both
- 2 TBSP beef tallow
- 1 onion
- 6 carrots
- 14 oz. tomato paste (I like organic tomato paste in a glass jar)
- 3 bay leaves
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Filtered water
- Preheat oven to 300ºF.
- Heat tallow in a large dutch oven on the stovetop.
- When tallow is hot, sear all sides of the roast for a few minutes on each side.
- Remove dutch oven from heat.
- Coarsely chop onions and carrots.
- Add bones, onion, carrots, tomato paste, bay leaves, and salt and pepper to dutch oven.
- Add enough filtered water to just barely cover the roast and bones.
- Cover dutch oven with a lid and bake in a 300ºF oven for 6 hours.
- Serve roast with cooked carrots and onions and meat stock on the side. Ladle the meat stock (broth) into mugs to drink. Delicious with a green salad.
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I’m Marisa. I’m a certified GAPS™ coach, as well as a wife and mom of 3. Overcoming chronic health issues with diet changed my life. My mission is to bring you timeless, traditional wisdom to impact your wellbeing today, inspired by the studies of Dr. Weston A. Price. I share nourishing recipes, natural remedies, and DIY skincare and home products. I am passionate about taking good care of our bodies and our earth. Since childhood I’ve had an immense love for everything natural, organic, and lovingly handmade. Spending time on a small, family run organic farm, as well as my own family’s homesteading adventures, has taught me so much about love for the land, the plants and animals all around us, and good stewardship with the gifts they provide.