Roast Beef Recipes

roast beef recipes

These easy and delicious roast beef recipes were given to me by a friend and I’ve received nothing but compliments every time I made her roast beef.

They’re easy to follow and don’t require too many ingredients. Try them out for yourself and see. You can serve your roast with some tasty mashed potatoes as a side dish.

Don’t hesitate to ask for advice from your butcher when you choose your cut of beef. As a general rule, the more expensive the cut is, the more tender your roast will be.

The top recipe is my favorite out of these two roast beef recipes.

Lemon Garlic Roast Beef Recipe

Oven: Preheat165C(325F)
Dishes: Roasting Pan
Grater
Garlic Press
Small Bowl
Baster
Meat Thermometer
Ingredients:Medium Lemons2
Garlic Cloves2
Freshly Ground Pepper30 ml(2 Tbsp)
Melted Butter15 ml(1 Tbsp)
Red Wine15 ml(1 Tbsp)
Saltto taste
Beef Roast1 kg(2.2 lbs)
Instructions:1. Preheat the oven to 165C or 325F.
2. Wash the lemon (remove any labels).
3. Using the fine star-shaped holes on the grater, rub the lemon lightly over the surface to remove only the colored portion of the rind. Put the rind into a small bowl.
4. Crush or finely chop 2 garlic cloves and add to the small bowl.
5. Add pepper, melted butter, red wine and salt. Mix well and set aside.
6. Remove all excess fat from the meat.
7. Rub the seasoning mix onto the beef.
8. Place roast in roasting pan and add water and wine to taste to prevent it from drying.
9. Baste the roast every half hour to prevent it from drying.
10. Remove roast from oven when the meat thermometer indicates that it’s ready.
11. Cut in thin slices and serve. Enjoy!

Chili & Garlic Roast Beef Recipe

Oven: Preheat165C(325F)
Dishes: Roasting Pan
Small Bowl
Paring Knife
Baster
Meat Thermometer
Ingredients:Chili Powder30 ml(2 Tbsp)
Garlic Powder30 ml(2 Tbsp)
Freshly Ground Pepper30 ml(2 Tbsp)
Saltto taste
Garlic Cloves3
Red Wineto taste
Beef Roast1 kg(2.2 lbs)
Instructions:1. Preheat the oven to 165C or 325F.
2. Mix the chili powder, garlic powder, pepper and salt into a small bowl.
3. Remove all excess fat from the meat.
4. Using a knife, cut the garlic cloves into thin slivers.
5. With a paring knife, “stab” the roast beef and while the blade is still in the meat, insert a sliver of garlic.
6. Repeat and insert all garlic slivers.
7. Rub the seasoning mix onto the beef.
8. Place roast in roasting pan and add water and wine to taste to prevent it from drying.
9. Baste the roast every half hour to prevent it from drying.
10. Remove roast from oven when the meat thermometer indicates that it’s ready.
11. Cut in thin slices and serve. Enjoy!

I hope you will enjoy these roast beef recipes as much as my guest and me enjoy them. Find other comfort food recipes here.

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