Mar 072011
 

Have You Ever Tried Cooking Your Beef Roasts Like This?

roast cooked using high heat method

If I could afford to eat beef roasts every day of the week…I would.  I love steak and roast beef.  The only way I cook my beef roasts is using the high heat method.  In case you’ve never heard of this method…this is how you do it:

  • Preheat oven to 500*
  • Prepare beef with the spices you chose…today I used:  Pepper, Garlic Powder and Rosemary
  • When the oven is fully preheated, turn down the temp to 475* and put beef in oven, uncovered
  • Cook for 7 mins. per pound of beef
  • Turn oven off and DON’T open the oven door for 2 1/2 hours
  • The meat is ready to serve at this point.  If you chose, you can heat it up for a few minutes, but I find I don’t need to.  The meat is well-done on the ends and medium rare in the middle…it’s scrumpdillyicious!
  • Slice the meat into thin (1/2″ or thinner) slices if you’re using eye round roast.  This high heat method will take a tough piece of meat, when sliced thin, to a new level.

Give it a try…you’ll be amazed at how delicious this is and in case you’re wondering…most high scale restaurants cook their beef using the high heat method.

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  13 Responses to “Have You Ever Tried Cooking Your Beef Roasts Like This?”

Comments (13)
  1. following you back and hi to you too. 🙂

  2. Thanks for stopping by Wiccan Make Some Too. Following your blog now. My husband likes beef cooked this way but I prefer mine to fall apart when you look at it. I alternate methods to keep both of us happy.

  3. Hi Susan,

    Thanks so much for paying me a visit and joining in my site. Will be back to discover more…..

  4. You had me until rare in the middle….:)

  5. Great tip! Thanks for following!
    I'm following you back.
    Mika (www.mikaspantry.blogspot.com)

  6. Thanks for the follow. I am returning the favor. That sounds like a great way to cook a roast. We have a difference of opinion in my house of how it should be cooked, so maybe this will solve our problem.

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  7. I just bought a roast yesterday! May have to try this. Following back :).

  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂 Following you back!
    Jen @ My Secret Home

  9. Following you back from the blog hop! 🙂 Thanks for following me!

  10. thx so much for stopping by my blog and for the follow^^
    I'm following back =)

    xoxo

    {SeMi}CrAzEd

  11. I never made Beef roast before 😛

    Happy Monday! I am following you back through GFC and Networked blogs for my other blog.
    I don't have GFC on it because it's been a real challenge to get a good “how to” but nevertheless I am returning the kindness by being a part of your blog.
    You have some really great stuff here and I'm happy to have found them 😀

  12. I've never heard of this method, but it sounds like it would be terrific. I saved this to try later. Thanks!

  13. I have never heard of that before- thanks for sharing!

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