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Balsamic Roast Beef Recipe – So simple and delicious, you’ll definitely want left overs of this balsamic roast beef recipe for all those scrumptious leftover meals!
Okay, this. This needs to be on your menu immediately. No kidding.
By now, you’ve probably noticed that I really love my slow cooker. I also really, really love simple roast beef recipes. And when you marry the two you get the easiest slow cooker roast beef recipes you could ever imagine.
I fall in love with them more every single time I make them. But this. This balsamic roast beef recipe really has become a family favorite.
If you love chuck roast recipes that are different from the one you’ve made week in and week out and love the ease of slow cooker and crock pot recipes, then I think this is one slow cooker beef recipe that you are truly going to love, too!
Full of flavor, but not in a way that is overpowering by any means, my balsamic roast beef recipe is perfect for busy weeknights or a slow Sunday supper.
And the leftovers? You definitely want to have leftovers of this roast beef – or do like I’ve done in the past and cook two just to be sure that you do!
I’m all about simple recipes that I know will be loved when I serve them. When they are routinely requested for supper, I know I’ve done something right. And this recipe falls into that category.
This is one of the few recipes on the blog that I also share in my cookbook and is one that many of you have loved as well.
One of the things I love most about this recipe is that my balsamic roast beef recipe doesn’t require any browning of your beef before adding to your slow cooker or anything of that nature.
How to Make the Best Balsamic Beef
You simply add your roast beef to the slow cooker, mix and pour in all of your liquid ingredients, toss in your garlic and turn on your slow cooker. How easy is that?
After it has cooked, remove your roast beef with tongs into a serving dish. I then like to just use two forks to break the meat that hasn’t already fallen apart into pieces. It is so tender, it practically falls part! Then, I spoon some of the gravy over the meat and serve.
But, be sure to pour the remaining gravy into an airtight container and place in your refrigerator to use for another meal – like these Balsamic French Dip Sandwiches!
Here’s the recipe for my Balsamic Roast Beef. I can not wait to hear how you like this one!
Balsamic Roast Beef Recipe
- 1 (3-4 pound) boneless roast beef (chuck or round roast)
- 1 cup beef stock or broth
- 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce or coconut aminos
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce or coconut aminos
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- 4 cloves garlic chopped
- Place roast beef into the insert of your slow cooker. In a 2-cup measuring cup, mix together all remaining ingredients. Pour over roast beef and set the timer for your slow cooker. (4 hours on High or 6-8 hours on Low)
- Once roast beef has cooked, remove from slow cooker with tongs into a serving dish. Break apart lightly with two forks and then ladle about ¼ – ½ cup of gravy over roast beef.
- Store remaining gravy in an airtight container in the refrigerator for another use.
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amazing dish. I received many compliments and request to make again, and again, and again
Don’t you just love it when you are asked to make a certain dish over and over? I’m thrilled that everyone loves this recipe, Marcene.
Could you try it in an instant pot?
Yes, Bob. Try my Instant Pot Balsamic Roast Beef Recipe. Hope you enjoy!
I made your coconut cream pie which received so many raves I had to make another one! Thank you for such a fabulous recipe!
I found a variation of this recipe (Slow-Cooker Asian beef) on Rebecca’s website where she mentioned this page and recipe. Well, I made this version instead today and it was fabulous! I used an almost 5 lb round tip roast and slow cooked in the crock pot for about 8 hours and it came out really tender! Will definitely make it again – I know the leftovers will be amazing! Thank you, Robyn!
Thank you, Ronnie. I’m glad you loved this recipe. I love Rebecca’s variation, too.