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Thread: Perfect Oven Roast (Beef)

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    Perfect Oven Roast (Beef)

    PREHEAT OVEN TO 500 DEGREES.

    SEASON ROAST TO YOUR DESIRE. (I use garlic/salt/pepper)

    PLACE ROAST IN PAN OR GLASS DISH.

    NO FOIL NEEDED OVER YOUR ROAST.

    COOK FOR 20 TO 25 MINUTES AT 500 DEGREES.

    TURN OVEN DOWN TO 200 DEGREE F AT WHICH TIME YOU WILL COOK 20 TO 25 MINUTES PER POUND.

    LET STAND FOR 15 MINUTES BEFORE CARVING.

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    Nancy there is nothing better than a slow oven cooked roast. I love the picture of your puppy.. we have a grandpup Peekapoo...

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    Sounds great! Will cook my next roast this way. Thanks

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    Great minds think alike!
    I did this just a few weeks ago. Very pleased. The only mistake I made was putting too much bacon across the roast. It was a top sirlion and thought the bacon would give it some moisture. It was delicious but had to clean the oven from all the bacon splatter.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Ingham View Post
    PREHEAT OVEN TO 500 DEGREES.

    SEASON ROAST TO YOUR DESIRE. (I use garlic/salt/pepper)

    PLACE ROAST IN PAN OR GLASS DISH.

    NO FOIL NEEDED OVER YOUR ROAST.

    COOK FOR 20 TO 25 MINUTES AT 500 DEGREES.

    TURN OVEN DOWN TO 200 DEGREE F AT WHICH TIME YOU WILL COOK 20 TO 25 MINUTES PER POUND.

    LET STAND FOR 15 MINUTES BEFORE CARVING.


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    Sounds great! Do you get pan drippings for gravy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanieH View Post
    Sounds great! Do you get pan drippings for gravy?
    The roast is perfect every time, but no, I do not get enough drippings to make gravy. You might have to make your favorite beef gravy (can or packaged) on the side.
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    Sounds yummy........

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjhaess View Post
    Sounds yummy........
    [I] have been making my roasts this way for years and it comes perfect every time.]
    you must remember NOT TO OPEN the oven during the process.
    Last edited by rita222; 02-21-2013 at 06:56 AM. Reason: added more info
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Ingham View Post
    The roast is perfect every time, but no, I do not get enough drippings to make gravy. You might have to make your favorite beef gravy (can or packaged) on the side.
    Thanks for the reply. Can't wait to try it!

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    could you do pork roast the same way?? cmaras1234
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