Grilled Chuck Roast
1 bottlemrs. dash mesquite grille marinade if time allows
2 cmy basic low sodium bbq sauce
1 cbeef stock-homemade low sodium (to thin out sauce)
1 Tbspsw spice rub-no salt
1 tspsmoked paprika
How to Make Grilled Chuck Roast
- My dad only used salt and pepper to season. And he would let me mix the BBQ sauce, which was about a cup of bottled sauce, enough Worcestershire sauce to just cover the top of the sauce and a few sprinkles of Tabasco sauce. But with so many more spices and marinades available these days, I had to add my own touches. Since he cooked over the coals he would wrap his roast in foil and turn it every so often, letting it cook for hours. Once he knew it was time, he would open the foil and start the BBQ sauce process. He would brush one side and let it cook a little bit, then flip it, still letting it sit in the foil and baste the other side with BBQ sauce. He did this many, many times. The final product was a fork tender roast with a through and through BBQ flavor.
- With lid closed, cook over low indirect heat, mine stayed at about 275-300°. This was a 3.5 pound roast and I cooked it for 4 hrs. Cooking time will vary depending on thickness, if part of your roast is thinner, you might remove it sooner. Once you can easily stick a grilling fork through it, it's ready to remove.