Prep 15 mins
Cook 1 hr 30 mins
This is one of my adopted recipes. This is suitable for any size roast just adjust the veggies for amount you want to serve. I didn't have new potatoes, I just halved regular Yukon God potatoes. I used an Oven Bag for this and roasted to 140°F and it came out nice and tender.
- 1814.36 g boneless beef rump roast
- 118.29 ml flour
- 28.34-396.89 g can tomato sauce
- 118.29 ml water
- 4.92 ml instant beef bouillon powder
- 2 medium-size onions (peel and quarter)
- 3 stalk celery (cut in 1" pieces)
- 1 whole green peppers (chopped) or 1 whole red pepper (chopped)
- 3 medium-size carrots (peel and quarter)
- 8 whole new potatoes
- 1 large oven cooking bag (14"X20")
- NOTE: This recipe is adjustable to all sizes of roasts.
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Shake flour in bag and place it in 9X13 inch baking pan.
- Roll top of bag down and add tomato sauce, water, instant bullion powder, salt and pepper taste.
- Squeeze bag to mix up, being careful not to put hole in it. Place roast in bag and add quartered carrots, onions, celery, potatoes and peppers.
- Turn bag gently to coat roast and vegetables with sauce.
- Close bag with tie and place about 6 (1/2") slits in top of bag If you have an electronic thermometer set it for 140°F and insert through one of the slits into roast.
- Bake 1 3/4 hours to 2 1/4 hours or until thermometer signals ready; remove and let rest about 20 minutes before removing to plate; Snip off strings.
- Serve with juices spooned over vegetables and roast.
This is very tasty. I would have preferred the gravy a little less tomato-y. Maybe 1/2 tomato sauce and 1/2 beef broth. That said, the meat came out tender, moist and med done @ 1hr 45 mins (3 lb roast). I bought a pkg of 2 oven bags on an impulse at least two yrs ago and when I was looking for a rump roast recipe this morning and came across it was a "hot damn" moment and I opened the pkg. So glad that I found this and I'll be using it again.
This is wonderful. I've always used an oven bag for rump roast, but the tomato gravy was a nice change. Didn't have tomato sauce, so I used 1 can of condensed tomato soup. Definitely a keeper!
I had to make a couple of changes due to lack of some items. I used a small can of tomato puree and diluted it with water to make the 14 oz. I didn't put the potatoes in the pan as I was making mashed taters. I also didn't have an oven bag, so I just covered the pan tightly with a layer of damp greaseproof paper and tin foil. The meat was delicious and tender. Cooked it for 3 hours at 160C/325F. Definitely a keeper!