Spiced Grass-Fed Beef Roast

Spiced Grass-Fed Beef Roast

Spiced grass-fed beef roast anyone? This Spiced Grass-Fed Beef Roast serves as a great main course or substitution for corned beef (usually contains an excessive amount of nitrites) for your countless family dinners. The prep is fairly simple and the aroma from cooking will make your home smell delightful. Serve it at home or take it to a party, either way it will be a hit! It also, makes terrific leftovers, but we already know their will not be any left over after you and your family fall in love with this recipe!

Serves 6-8


  • 4 pounds grass fed bottom round, chuck roast, or sirloin roast
  • 4-6 cloves garlic, sliced thin
  • 1 cup filtered water
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 1 tbsp crushed red pepper or ½ cup any spicy peppers, diced or sliced (jalepeno, ancho, habenero, etc)
  • 1 tbsp oregano
  • 1 tbsp freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tbsp sea salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees.
  2. Use a knife to make slits to put the garlic slices in throughout the roast.
  3. Pour the water into a deep baking dish (make sure the dish is not to large – not much bigger than the roast).
  4. Rub all of the seasonings on the roast and add it to the baking dish. Cover and bake for 2 hours – basting every 30 minutes.
  5. Remove the beef and let it rest for 15-20 minutes.
  6. Using a very sharp knife, cut the beef into very thin slices.
  7. Skim the excess grease from the liquid in the pan and place the sliced beef back in the spicy broth.
  8. Let sit for 15 minutes to let the meat absorb the juice.

Slow cooker option:

  1. Combine all ingredients in the slow cooker.
  2. Set the slow cooker to low and cook until the beef is fork tender; about 9 hours.
  3. Carefully remove the beef from the slow cooker, slice thin, remove excess grease and replace meat into the broth.

Spiced Grass-Fed Beef Roast

Dr. B.J. Hardick

About Dr. B.J. Hardick

Raised in a holistic family, Dr. B.J. Hardick is an organic food fanatic, green living aficionado, and has spent the majority of his life working in natural health care. In 2009, he wrote his first book, Maximized Living Nutrition Plans, which has now been used professionally in over 500 health clinics. Dr. Hardick regularly blogs healthy recipes and holistic health articles on his own website, DrHardick.com, and speaks to numerous professional and public audiences every year. In his spare time, he invests his keen interest in sustainable living into urban development in his hometown of London, Ontario. Learn More

  • Larissa Lachance

    Where do you get your grass fed meat?

  • Tracy

    Do you sprinkle the seasonings over the roast? Or rub them onto the roast?

  • You will rub the seasonings on the roast.