Melt in your mouth beef and squash is created by cooking it on low heat, for a long period of time. In this case, I used the slow cooker to achieve that consistency however you can also use your oven to achieve the same effect.
I was recently gifted a grass-fed beef arm roast from our friends Spencer & Ana. I had never cooked this particular cut before, so I was pretty excited to give it a go.
How To Cook A Delicious Roast
Since the arm roast is like any other roast, I decided right away I was going to use my slow cooker.
With any tough cut of meat such as a roast, oxtail or shank, you want to give it enough time to break down and become tender. And what better way than the hands-free cooking method of using a slow cooker?
With the addition of a few seasonings to flavor the meat, dinner will be ready in no time at all.
Don’t Throw Away The Bones
Once you have access to grassfed beef bones, you can make bone broth so save that sucker for another dish! Here is my basic grassfed beef bone broth recipe, it’s the perfect time to whip up a big batch of stock to have on hand for sipping, breakfast or making a simple paleo soup recipe.