Visit your favorite Tony’s Market February 14th – 27th for great savings on one of the most versatile cuts of beef: Chuck! Plus, we’ll be having live demos and our team is more than happy to recommend delicious (and easy) recipes for you.
Chuck comes from the shoulder area and yields cuts known for their rich, beefy flavor. Chuck primals can give you roasts ideal for slow-cooking as well as more tender, grill-ready cuts like Flat Iron Steaks. Just ask our butchers!
Some of you may be intimidated by Chuck. There are so many recipes to try, but many people often don’t know where to start or just how easy it is to cook Chuck. Save yourself some time with these recommendations!
You can cube Chuck beef for beef stew or chili, shred it for BBQ, or even grind it up to use in Sloppy Joes. Chuck is a perfect cut for cooler weather because you can throw it in your Crock Pot or Instant Pot for a quick and easy weeknight meal ready in an hour or less with minimal prep work. Plus, the recipes are endless!
We’ll be having Chuck demos throughout February, but two of our recommended recipes are for those delicious Stonewall Kitchen Sloppy Joes made with ground Chuck (and feel free to add green chiles!) and easy Chuck Beef Barbacoa with Frontera Barbacoa Skillet Sauce that pairs perfectly with Tony’s Guac or Tony’s Tortilla Chips.
There’s a Chuck recipe for even the pickiest of eaters!
As if that wasn’t enough to make you want to grab a chuck roast for tonight, think of the leftovers… You can take your cooked Chuck and use it to make tacos, nachos, or enchiladas, add it as a topping on salads, make a Chuck sandwich, and so much more.
Don’t take our word for it. Chuck roasts are extremely affordable, so you’re saving time and money fixing your family a quality meal with Chuck tonight. Grab one to try for yourself and feel free to ask our butchers any questions you may have.
Cozy up to the crock pot for this delicious take on a pot roast. Watch as Anna Rosacci, granddaughter of Tony, shows us how to whip up her Italian Chuck Roast. This recipe is perfect for a busy weeknight or an easy way to spice up “the boring ol’ roast.” Serve it up as a toasted sandwich using some of the spicy, savory broth as a dip. Be sure to use a crusty bread as this recipe is super juicy.
You won’t be sorry!
To read the full recipe, click here:
Anna Rosacci’s Italian Chuck Roast