Beef Roast Recipes
Miguel Said:How long does a frozen beef roast take to cook in the crock pot?
We Answered:I throw frozen roasts in a crock pot all the time. If it has been visibly simmering for at least 3 of those 6 hours I'd stick a fork in it. It may very well be done already. But, next time, start out on high, then turn it down once you see the broth is bubbling.
Tom Said:How can I tell if a beef roast is spoiled or not?
We Answered:If it has a odd smell about it I wouldn't eat it. Sometimes its difficult to tell which can be frustrating.
Donald Said:Do you know how to grind beef roast meat into ground beef using a food processor?
We Answered:I often buy beef roast on sale and grind in the food processor. It's not as uniform as a grinder, but it works. I do it often to make chili. Just cut it in large cubes and process a few chunks at a time.
Bertha Said:Best way to cook and oven roast beef?
We Answered:No fail--will fall apart it is so tender. Wrap it completely in tin foil. On top of the roast--pour a bottle of Italian dressing. On top of this you can add your favorite seasons--I add one envelope of onion soup mix, one envelope of mushroom gravy mix, one can of sliced mushrooms. When it has cooked for a while I unwrap it and add potatoes, carrots, and sliced onions and rewrap it and cook until veggies are tender. I stir a can of mushroom soup mix up and pour over the whole thing for extra gravy when the veggies are done and slide it back into the oven for about 10 minutes. Be sure and and cook at 325 degrees the whole time because too hot will dry it out and make it cook too fast and lose some of its flavor. I use this same recipe for my beef brisket. Get lot's of compliments. Note--I cook 1 hour for each pound.
Eric Said:How to make smoked beef roast ?
We Answered:I would stick to smoking the meat and cooking the veggies some other way. I bet the smoker would just dry out the veggies rather than cooking them. Better to roast the veggies with a little olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic on a sheet pan in the oven.
I use an electric smoker - planning to fire it up this weekend to do some brisket - can't wait!!
Jorge Said:Beef Roast?
We Answered:i am so happy you asked this - my mother loved to make roast beef before altheimerz squelched that ability. Her technique has rarely failed me.
Begin by browning your roast on all sides. You can use olive oil or butter and whatever herbs you like (I add worchestershire, salt, onion, garlic and pepper). Now, keep everything from this process and put it in your cooker along with some beef broth (just enough to keep it from drying out. Baste your roast every 10 minutes since its so small.
If you have a meat thermometer when your roast reaches 150 degrees internally it's "medium" (I typically cook mine at 350 degrees). However, because you've got a very small roast use 300 degrees for about 45 minutes for medium. Note that you may have to adjust the time and temperature for your elevation.
When its done to your liking use all the goodies from searing the meat to make your gravy it's awesome.
Mary Said:Can I defrost an 11lb beef roast, cut it in half and refreeze one of the halves?
We Answered:I think its best if you cut it in half before you defrost it. Maybe let it thaw out somewhat before you take the knife to it. but it would work better if you only completely defrost one half of the sirloin. And as for your missing recipe, this will hopefully ring some bells:
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup milk
1/2 cup pan drippings from roast prime rib of beef
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
Sift together the flour and salt in a bowl. In another bowl, beat together the eggs and milk until light and foamy. Stir in the dry ingredients just until incorporated. Pour the drippings into a 9-inch pie pan, cast iron skillet, or square baking dish. Put the pan in oven and get the drippings smoking hot. Carefully take the pan out of the oven and pour in the batter. Put the pan back in oven and cook until puffed and dry, 15 to 20 minutes.
I'm sure you do some other things in your own special way, so feel free to do that. I just hope this recipe serves as a memory jogger for you. Hope the meal is a smash hit!