Pulled Chuck Roast with Cauliflower-Broccoli Puree

Pulled Chuck Roast with Cauliflower-Broccoli Puree (Serves 2-3)

If you steam cauliflower and broccoli, add spices and a healthy tablespoon of ghee, then puree everything in a food processor, the results look and taste like really good mashed potatoes, but includes more nutrients. I was so excited the first time I made it that I forgot to take a picture. The photograph here is of microwaved leftovers. The original meal looked better, but the microwave version tasted as good. Try it and tell me what you think.

Prep and cook time: 20-25 minutes

Ingredient list:

Chuck roast (click here for slow cooker recipe)
1 head of cauliflower
Stems from 2 or 3 stalks of broccoli
Clarified butter or ghee
Black pepper
Garlic powder

Directions: Bring a few cups of water to a boil in a sauce pan over medium heat. Rinse cauliflower and divide into modest chunks. Clean up broccoli stems and cut into coins. Add vegetables to a steamer basket or colander over the boiling water, cover with a lid, and let steam for 10 or 15 minutes until fork tender. Transfer the steamed vegetables to a food processor and puree. Add 1 tablespoon of ghee or clarified butter and salt, garlic powder, and black pepper to taste and run the food processor to blend in the spices. Taste the mix and add more spices as needed to achieve the flavor you like. I often add more salt. Meanwhile, use two forks to pull chuck roast into shreds. Transfer cauliflower-broccoli puree to a plate with a spoon. Add a serving of pulled chuck roast. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Pulled Chuck Roast with Cauliflower-Broccoli Puree”

  1. Thank you so much for a great collection of simple whole30 compliant recipes! I started my first whole30 today, although I have been eating mostly paleo for a while now. I made one of your baked egg dishes last night so it would only need heated up when I came home from the gym starving πŸ™‚ then I put the chuck roast in my slow cooker this morning. Both were delicious and I am going to bed full & satisfied! I already had a copy of the Indian slow cooker cuz I LOVE Indian food, but sadly it is so unhealthy a lot of the time. She already lightened up her recipes, and I look forward to trying your paleo versions! Going to make chicken tikka masala first πŸ™‚ so thank you again, I will enjoy trying your recipes all month!

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