Paleo Bottom Round Roast
Marla Sarris

Braised Paleo Bottom Round Roast

If you’re like me you know the cuts of beef about as well as you know all the names of the islands in the Philippines. Off the top of my head I can’t tell you where this cut of meat comes from…but I’m gonna guess the bottom. ;)

Paleo Bottom Round Roast

I currently have about 8 different types of protein in my freezer, waiting to become breakfast, lunch and dinner. And I’m excited to dig in to the new meat, like rabbit, along with the new cuts like beef cheek and turkey legs.

Paleo Bottom Round Roast

With Jeff focussed on bulking up I’ve been purchasing some larger cuts of meat.

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Paleo Bottom Round Roast

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This was the first time I ordered a grassfed bottom round roast, and if you didn’t know, it does in fact come from the “round” :)

Cuts of beef

I really liked the way this diagram was created so I had to share.

Paleo Bottom Round Roast

This Paleo Bottom Round Roast recipe came out fantastic. Sweet potatoes, when roasted, really bring out their candy flavor. They will melt in your mouth and literally taste like candy.

Paleo Bottom Round Roast

If you have a little extra time to make some gravy, that might be the only thing missing from this meal. I used the pan juices, and if I make this again, I may increase the amount of beef broth I included so there would be more left in the end, but this time around I simply ran out of time. Whether you have the extra gravy or not though, this will make a great meal for two, and provide leftovers for another meal.

Paleo Bottom Round Roast

The fresh sage gave some extra special flavor to the meat and potatoes. If you don’t have sage, try another herb. It will, of course, change the flavor but I’m a fan of using the resources you have available.

Braised Paleo Bottom Round Roast


  • 2 sweet potatoes
  • 1 large onion
  • 3lb grassfed beef bottom round roast
  • 7-10 cloves garlic, skins removed
  • sea salt and black pepper
  • 10-14 fresh sage leaves
  • 1 cup beef broth

Directions Serves 2-4

  1. Preheat the oven to 325°F.
  2. Peel the sweet potatoes. Slice into chips and quarter each chip.
  3. Peel the onion and cut into thick wedges.
  4. Add the sweet potato and onion chunks to a large glass baking dish.
  5. Place the roast in the middle of the vegetables.
  6. Make slices in the roast all around the sides and the top. Place a whole clove of garlic into each slice of the roast.
  7. Season the vegetables and the roast with a sprinkling of sea salt and black pepper.
  8. Cover the top of the roast with the fresh sage leaves. Add any leftovers to the mixture of surrounding vegetables.
  9. Pour the broth over the top of the vegetables.
  10. Cover the dish with foil, or a lid if you have one, and bake for 2 hours. Remove foil and continue to roast for 30 minutes to an hour, or until roast is tender.
  11. Slice and serve.
  12. Enjoy! :)

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  1. Just put this in the oven and the house smells incredible! Can’t wait to eat it in a few hours!! Braising has become my favorite cooking method lately so finding this recipe was perfect timing. I subbed carrots for the sweet potatoes, but I know it’ll be just as delicious :)

    • Woot! I know what you mean about braising growing on you. I used to NEVER want to wait that long but taste totally wins over prepping :) The carrots are a perfect sub for sweet potatoes…yum!

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