I bought a bunch of arm roasts on sale for 2.47lb. they are all 2.5-3 lbs each and got them priamarily to grind with. Any smokeing ideas for these things?
Boneless arm roasts ideas
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Those puppies are essentially pot roasts, and can be smoked beautifully. It is essentially a chuckie (chuck roast). Season with whatever you like (salt, pepper, rubs, etc.) and smoke it at a cook temp of 225-250* until it reaches your desired level of done (I usually want these to fall apart like a pot roast) and enjoy. Sammies are always a great idea, IMHO. Search "Chuckie" or "chuck roast" here on SMF for some great ideas.
Cheers! Should be really good eats when ur dine!
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Since it is basically just a chuck roast I would smoke it like you would a chuckie. I would also put a pan of beef stock under the roast while smoking. The smoked stock is amazing and can be used in a lot of dishes. It also makes an amazing au jus for a french dip
Ok so I did a lil search on pulled beef and smoked chuck and found a lot of different ideas and recipes, some of them I really wanted to try but unfortunately I dont want to run to the store tonight for a few lacking ingredients. So I am going to make due with what I have which is still a lot of options.
I decided I am going to inject tonight and rub in the morning before it goes in. For the injected marinade I threw a bunch of stuff together untill I got a flavor that I liked. It has some fajita marinade that I needed to use up, apple cider vinager, head and country bbq suace, a lil brown sugar, and some root beer (Dont judge me). Anyhow it ended up with a flavor I liked that I feel would go well with bbq pulled beef.
As for the rub I had some leftover rubs that needed used I decided to start with as a base and tweeked them to my likeing for beef by adding more kosher salt, onion, and garlic powders along with some meat tenderizer. I will probably coat the roasts in morning with either olive oil, or mustard or L&P thick worcestershire and then cover with rub.
anyway its all ready to go for the morning