One-Pot Braised Beef with Horseradish and Veggies

avatarJennafer Ashley

Tender braised beef cooks with hearty veggies and a kick of horseradish for a hearty meal that feeds a crowd.

This one-pot braised beef and veggies recipe is bound to be your new go-to. Full of satiating protein and fiber-rich veggies, this chuck roast dinner gets slow-braised in a red wine and horseradish infused stock until fork tender.

The recipe requires minimal cleanup and just minutes of effort, making it great for entertaining year round!

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Why Use Chuck Roast?

You’ll often find chuck roast as the star of pot roast recipes. It’s ideal for braising because it requires a longer cooking time to tenderize. With rich beef flavor and plenty of fat marbling, braised chuck roast turns out moist and tender every time.

Cutting the beef into large chunks before braising cuts down on cooking time, creating more surface area to cook the beef. You’ll know the chuck roast is ready when it easily shreds when pulled with two forks.

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How To Create The Perfect Braising Liquid:

In any braised dish, braising liquid is a key component to sealing in a ton of flavor for both the meat and vegetables.

This rich broth is made with beef stock, organic red wine, and coconut aminos for a deep flavor. Horseradish, rosemary, and garlic add complexity and aroma. If you’d like to skip the red wine, go ahead and sub in two tablespoons of balsamic vinegar.

Helpful Tips To Get You Started:

  • Blot the beef. Remove extra moisture from your chuck roast by blotting the chunks dry before browning them.
  • Watch out for unwanted ingredients. Many brands of prepared horseradish are not Paleo-friendly. Opt for bottles free from added sugar and with simple ingredients, like grated horseradish, vinegar, and sea salt.
  • Make a gravy. Double up on flavor and make a gravy from the braising liquid. Remove your meat and veggies from the liquid, and whisk in a few tablespoons of arrowroot powder over medium heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to simmer for 3 to 5 minutes, until thickened.
  • Sub in what’s in season. You can use seasonal veggies but stick with hearty options that will stand up to the heat. Try parsnips, turnips, sweet potato, celery, or white onions.

PS: If you want more deliciously healthy, easy meals — like tender beef over roasted spaghetti squash or hearty chicken stew — get our FREE Paleo Eats Cookbook shipped to you now.”

Jennafer Ashley

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time

Total time:6 hrs
30 mins

Cook Time:6 hrs 20 mins 6 hours 20 minutes

Prep Time: 10 mins 10 minutes

Nutrition facts:19 grams of protein14 grams of carbohydrates16 grams of fat

One-Pot Braised Beef with Horseradish & Veggies

Recipe by:author Jennafer Ashley

Tender braised beef cooks with hearty veggies and a kick of horseradish for a hearty meal that feeds a crowd.

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Looking for Paleo ingredients? Here are a few we’d recommend:
Ghee (Pure Indian Foods)
Black pepper (Frontier)

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