Saturday, February 5, 2011

Gluten Free Sirloin Roast Recipe

This recipe is perfect for a Sunday dinner or entertaining.  Before going gluten free, I would always use soup mix as my base.  Now I just use gluten free beef broth with cut up onions.  The aromas will just fill your house with yumminess!!!

Feel free to cook this in the oven or crock pot!

- 3 pound sirloin roast
- 1 carton (32 oz.) gluten free beef broth - I use Kitchen Basics
- Cut up onions
- cornstarch

I first brown my roast in some olive oil.  Once brown, I add the broth and cut up onion.  Cover and cook in oven at 350 until shreds easily.  I usually cook it for 4-5 hours. 

Take the roast out, remove string and shred with two forks.  I drain the liquid from the onions because my children do not like them.  It's a personal preference.  I put the liquid broth back into the pan and bring to a boil.  Once boiling, I add my cornstarch mixture (cornstarch mixed with water).  Make sure you mix your cornstarch with water before adding or you will end up with a lumpy mess!  This will make a yummy gravy.

Because me and my husband like onions,  I actually saute some with mushrooms in a separate pan and add them over our roast. 

Serve with mashed potatoes and a vegetable and you have one delicious meal!  It's also great served with toasted gluten free bread to suck up all that yummy gravy.


  1. I LOVE onions. That photo makes me drool! Thanks for the new twist on an old favorite!

  2. yummy! thanks for the photo, love photos!
    may just make it tomorrow night for dinner....

  3. Hi girls!
    This definitely is comfort food at its best!lol I hope you enjoy it!