11 Reviews

I don't see how this could take such a short time to grill. Every other grilled chuck roast recipe I've looked at specifies 2-3 hours - even for a small roast - at a low heat to let the connective tissue melt. Won't this still be tough after just 45 minutes?

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Terry V. August 09, 2015

This chuck roast was delicious! However, I cooked mine in a slow cooker for 6 hours and served on buns. YUMMY!!

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lil cheph April 12, 2013

Our family and a guest loved it. I tried to sear it on both sides I think I did 5min on high for each side or maybe longer I seared a little to much. Most of is was perfect Medium rare but the very middle was rare. After searing I did 23min ish per side and let it rest well over ten min. We will make again. Its hard to find good ideas for this type of cheap roast, since its so fatty. My husband doesn't like stew so when i saw this I got excited and nervous all at once! We love to grill but I have never heard of grilling a roast. We will make again since we buy 1/4 of a cow every year and I have struggle w/ what to do w/ Chuck Roasts! Thank you!

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newtocookingm&m September 09, 2011

This is such a delicious recipe!!!!!!! I put it in a crock pot on high for 2 hours, then low for about 5 hours until the meat fell off the bones, my family was over the moon for this, will be making this a lot more, thanks!!!!!!!!!!!! So yummy!

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Iwantavw July 10, 2011

Excellent sweet and rich flavor!! Loved it very much! So simple to prepare. We will make this again!

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The Portugarians April 28, 2009

This was great! I was very doubtful of grilling a roast, but it worked great. We seared both sides on high heat and then grilled on low heat for about 40 minutes, which was actually too long, but it still had a great flavor! The best part was how tender it was! My family really enjoyed it, we will definitely make again! Thanks

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hannah234 February 01, 2009

I'm pleasantly surprised how well this turned out. I had my doubts because the roast we so big. But, I dropped the big ole piece of meet on my little grill and had at it. It was fairly tender and very flavorful. I think next time I will add some tender riser to the meat. I will be making this again. Thanks for posting the recipe.

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barefootmommawv October 04, 2008

Excellent Recipe! I doubled the recipe and used it for a 5 pound Ribeye roast. Wow! Absolutely delicious! I'll be using this one over and over again.

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tasmith1 April 02, 2006

This marinade is so tasty! I subbed 2 crushed cloves of garlic for the garlic powder since I have a lot of garlic on hand. I was skeptical about grilling a chuck roast as I always associate it with moist heat cooking, but this was super tasty and looked like mahogany when I was finished grilling! I seared both sides on high for 10 minutes and then lowered the grill heat to low and turning occasionally, cooked it for a little over an hour total, letting it rest for 10 minutes. Perfect medium-rare to medium.

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DIANE F. March 16, 2006

Super easy and super good. I let it marinade overnight, it could easily go longer. Hubby kept calling me out to the grill to ooh & aah because it looked so fantasic..it tasted even better! We'll be making this again and again. Thank you Kuntryqtpi

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Sugargrrl May 21, 2005
Jack Daniel's Grilled Chuck Roast