Red Wine Roast Beef Recipe

Red wine roast beef show sliced next to rosemary so that the fresh green of the herb balances with the smoke rings of the meat.




There you are in your yoga pants. Hanging out in the kitchen with your box of wine catching up on the new season of Stranger Things. Suddenly you think to yourself: “What am I going to do with this last half of a glass of wine?” Don’t kill that last glass of wine. You aren’t a pig who can drink a whole box in a night, celebrate that wine by making something magnificent with it like this Red Wine Roast Beef.

red wine roast feef recipe shown with the roast beef sliced next to rosemary

Red Wine Roast Beef Recipe

This is such an easy recipe to make for a simple dinner. The Red Wine Roast Beef is a twist on a classic roast beef. Watch how we make it with lots of love, butter, and wine in our Traeger Grill. I’ll show you step by step directions below. First, you need to get these ingredients:

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup red wine
  • 1 onion
  • sage
  • beef stock
  • butter
  • salt
  • pepper

Equipment

Traeger Grill – http://amzn.to/2hG9lwc

Cast Iron Pan – http://amzn.to/2zW0Jfq

How to Make Roast Beef

Roast beef is extremely easy to make. A lot of people will make roast beef in their oven or a crock-pot. I personally like the smoky flavors from smoking the meat, but any of these work. The important thing is to cook it relatively slow until the center is cooked. In the Traeger Grill, I plan on 350 for three hours. The same would work in an oven and I would plan on 5 hours in a crockpot or slow cooker.

Today, I’m demonstrating how to make the Red Wine Roast Beef in a cast iron pan on a smoker.

The first thing you will need to do is take out your cast iron pan and plop your roast right in the middle.

Next, add the butter, wine all the other ingredients. Cover it with tinfoil for a the first hour to let the wine and seasoning really get into the meat.

After the first hour, I uncovered it so that it would start to get nice and smokey. I also added some fresh herbs from our garden.

Let the smoker finish the meat over the next couple of hours. Remember, it is done when the internal temperature reaches 145. My roast looked like this when we got there:

After cooking, it is a good idea to let the meat sit for just a few minutes prior to cutting.

After cutting it into thin slices, please plate it and serve.

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Red Wine Roast Beef Recipe

An easy smoked prime rib with butter and red wine

10 minPrep Time

4 hrCook Time

4 hr, 10 Total Time

Yields One Roast

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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup red wine
  • 1 onion
  • sage
  • beef stock
  • butter
  • salt
  • pepper

Instructions

  1. The first thing you will need to do is take out your cast iron pan and plop your roast right in the middle.
  2. Next, add the butter, wine all the other ingredients. Cover it with tinfoil for a the first hour to let the wine and seasoning really get into the meat.
  3. After the first hour, I uncovered it so that it would start to get nice and smokey. I also added some fresh herbs from our garden.
  4. Let the smoker finish the meat over the next couple of hours. Remember, it is done when the internal temperature reaches 145. My roast looked like this when we got there:
  5. After cooking, it is a good idea to let the meat sit for just a few minutes prior to cutting.
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Red wine roast beef show sliced next to rosemary so that the fresh green of the herb balances with the smoke rings of the meat.

If you like the Red Wine Roast Beef, you may also be interested in these other smoking and grilling ideas:

Consider making one of these sides with your Red Wine Roast Beef to round out your meal:

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