Have you ever had smoked chuck roast?
Our daughter is back in school, and the morning temperatures are creeping into the high 40s. In just a few more weeks the leaves will start to turn color, and Fall will be here! I love the Fall and everything that comes with it. More football, great weather, and the first signs of comfort food creeping its way onto our table. One of those comfort foods that I just love to make, is smoked chuck roast.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons on Broadway and Albertsons Market Street. The opinions and text are all mine.
Why I Love Smoked Chuck Roast
One of my favorite ways to use chuck roast is by slicing it thin after a long session on my smoker. Serve it next to some smoke-roasted butternut squash, and you have a meal that is perfect for Fall.
Feelings of Fall
I was able to get everything I need for this recipe at Albertson’s on Broadway. If you don’t know by now, it should be apparent that I really love this store. Albertson’s on Broadway and Albertson’s Market Street have transformed into your fall harvest headquarters.
They have a huge assortment of pumpkins available at the front of the store, and inside you’ll find great local produce options including Symms Gala Apples (hello Apple Pie), peaches, and Wissel Farms Corn.
For this recipe, I used a Snake River Farms Black Grade Wagyu Chuck Roast that I was able to pick up right there in the store. Albertson’s Market Street and Albertson’s on Broadway are both ready to go for the Fall, but they are always ready when it comes to having exactly what I need to create a great meal. Having high-quality beef on hand like this is just another example.
Other Ingredients You’ll Need for Smoked Chuck Roast
In addition to the chuck roast, you’ll also need the following ingredients:
- Yellow Mustard
- Garlic Powder
- Onion Powder
- Butternut Squash
- Brown Sugar
Prepping the Chuck Roast
When you’re ready to get started, get out a cast-iron skillet just large enough to hold your chuck roast. Apply a thin layer of yellow mustard to the surface of the chuck roast, and then apply your bbq rub – recipe below – to all sides of the chuck roast.
Smoking a Chuck Roast
Set up your smoker to smoke at 275 degrees using indirect heat. When the smoker is up to temp place the cast-iron skillet in the smoker. Let the chuck roast smoke for about two hours, and then flip in the skillet.
I like using a cast-iron skillet to smoke chuck roast because it allows the meat to cook in its own juices. I flip after two hours to help develop a bark on all sides of the meat.
When the internal temperature of the chuck roast hits 160 degrees cover the skillet tightly with foil. Continue cooking until the internal temp hits 200 degrees, approximately 4-5 hours of total cook time.
When the chuck roast gets to temp remove it from the smoker and place in a cooler to let it rest for about an hour.
After an hour remove the cast-iron skillet from the cooler and remove the chuck roast. Slice it thin against the most prominent grain of the meat.
Roasted Butternut Squash
While the smoked chuck roast is resting in the cooler, you can cook the butternut squash. It’s easy to do! Remove the skin from the squash using a vegetable peeler. Once all of the skin is removed cut the squash in half.
Scoop out the seeds and stringy mess from the inside of the squash, and then cut it into cubes. I shoot for 1×1 cubes here but the size is up to you. Toss the cubes in some olive oil, and then sprinkle with salt, pepper, and brown sugar.
Place the cubes on a lined baking sheet and cook in the smoker at 375 degrees for about 30-45 minutes.
A Delicious Meal – Smoked Chuck Roast and Roasted Butternut Squash
This is such an easy meal to put together, and the beefy flavor of the chuck roast compliments the butternut squash perfectly. I hope you take the time to make this meal, it’s definitely worth it.
If you’re in Boise, don’t forget to stop into Albertson’s Market Street, or Albertson’s on Broadway! Both of these stores are just incredible inside. Head in this week and welcome the fall harvest season. Every aisle has something exciting to offer, and their in-store experts always do a great job of recommending the perfect meat, cheese, produce, or beer for my next feast.
Love this recipe? Check out my fool-proof smoked brisket recipe!
Welcome the flavors of fall with this beefy smoked chuck roast and butternut squash recipe. It's easy to make, and healthy too!
- 4-5 pound Beef Chuck Roast
- 1 Whole Butternut Squash
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1 tsp Black Pepper
- 1 tsp Brown Sugar
- 1 Tbsp Yellow Mustard
Chuck Roast Rub
- 1 Tbsp Kosher Salt
- 1 Tbsp Black Pepper
- 1 tsp Garlic Powder
- 1 tsp espresso Ground Coffee
- Apply a thin coat of yellow mustard to the surface of the chuck roast.
- Coat the chuck roast with bbq rub. Place the chuck roast in a cast-iron skillet.
- Set up your smoker to smoke at 275 degrees using indirect heat.
- Smoke the chuck roast for 2 hours, and then flip in the cast iron skillet.
- Continue cooking until the internal temperature hits 160 degrees, and then cover tightly with foil. When the internal temperature hits 200 degrees remove the cast iron skillet from the smoker and place in a large cooler to rest.
- While the chuck roast is resting peel the butternut squash, scoop out the seeds, and cube it.
- Coat in olive oil and toss in salt, pepper, and brown sugar.
- Arrange the cubes on a lined baking sheet and cook in your smoker at 375 degrees for 25 minutes.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 687Total Fat: 43gSaturated Fat: 18gTrans Fat: 3gUnsaturated Fat: 23gCholesterol: 235mgSodium: 1402mgCarbohydrates: 4gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 70g