Rotisserie Roast for Man Food Mondays
- 1 2 pound chuck roast
- 3 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
- fresh ground pepper and salt to taste
- spray canola oil
- 2 feet kitchen twine
- Sliced garlic cloves into thin slices.
- Make very small slits in the roast and insert the garlic into the slits.
- Spray with Canola oil and salt and pepper both sides.
- Wrap in plastic wrap and put in the refrigerator for about an hour.
- I used my old charbroil precision flame propane grill which has a rotisserie attachment, I set the motor up and arranged the grill to use it..
- Remove the chuck roast from the refrigerator take the plastic wrap off and insert the rotisserie skewer.
- Since the chuck roast has marbling fat running through it, the roast will separate on the skewer. Use the kitchen twine to tie the rose together, so that it cooks uniformly while on the rotisserie.
- Once the roast is setup and secure, take it out and set the skewer in the rotisserie motor. Turn the motor on and light the grill.
- Check it frequently to make sure the roast is turning.
- The temperature on the rotisserie will be somewhere around 400°. You are looking for an internal temperature of between 155° and 165° or a cook time of around 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
Recipe by From Calculu∫ to Cupcake∫ at https://www.fromcalculustocupcakes.com/rotisserie-roast-man-food-mondays/