A REALLY fine recipe........well enjoyed.........have found many recipes on this site, and finally commenting on a truely easy (our fav) and flavourfull hunk of beef! Thanks again!
Followed recipe exactly & it turned out perfect!! The most flavorful & moist roast ever! Thank you :)
Fantastic as written. I didn't change a thing. VERY moist and juicy. Thankyou.
Delicious! I followed the directions exactly. We loved it. Thank you for posting.
Excellent! I used a 2.2 lb roast and it was perfect-not dry like most smaller roasts, thanks to the searing method and moist heat for remainder of the cooking. In the last hour of cooking, I added wedges of potatoes and they were also perfect thanks to the meat juices, onions and garlic. DH loved it.
I was very impressed with the cooking method of this roast. I will use the method again. I used a half of a pack of lipton onion soup mixed in my water. Very good.
This was very good. I recently got a quarter of a steer and was not quite sure what to do with rump roasts. Sliced thinly, the meat was very tender. It took a little longer to cook than 20 min per pound. I served it with dippin sauce, http://www.recipezaar.com/Simple-Horseradish-Sauce-201984.
Even the kids like this roast. They usually complain that they have to chew too much when I make a roast. This one turned out very tender and flavorful. I made a mushroom gravy out of the drippings and the onions left in the bottom of the pan and my daughter and husband raved about it. I think it was because of the onions that roasted along with the meat. Thank You for sharing this recipe.
Very good, actually my first roast without the crock pot and I will be making this agian. I can see that it would be a great winter meal.....YUM....warming up the house and feeling like when I was a kid. My mom always made a roast on Sundays. Unfortunatly, I usually don't have the hands on time and usually use the crockpot. I forgot to get it going at lunch time so I decided to try your recipe. I will probably cook it a little longer next time, it was a little to red for everyone else, though I thought it was perfect. Thank you so much "Gone Fishing" for giving me a keeper and teaching me something new.
Wow, is this ever simple and delicious. I'll never use another recipe for rump roast again.