This is the classic pot roast, becoming moist and tender when braised and full of rich, beef flavor
A chuck roast is cut from the shoulder and neck region of the animal and may be knowns as chuck roast, shoulder steak, boneless chuck roast, or chuck shoulder pot roast. A pot roast isn’t a specific cut of meat—it’s just a method of preparing a cut of meat by slowly braising it with liquid (like stock or wine) until it’s juicy and tender. Pot roast can be made with many cuts of meat, and there are many other nicknames for pot roast.
Aside from pot roast there are many ways to cook up chuck roast:
Rich and Creamy Beef Stroganoff, Beef Birria, Shredded beef tacos, Julia Child's most famous dish the Beef Bourguignon, Beef and Broccoli–tender pieces of beef are served alongside broccoli and a savory and slightly sweet Asian sauce for a homemade version of your favorite Chinese takeout dish, Beef Vindaloo, Hungarian Goulash, Slow Cooker Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches–tender shredded beef and green peppers are cooked in your slow cooker.