Total Time
3hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 3 hrs

It's in the Bag! For an easy way to prepare roasts that simplifies preparation and clean-up, try the special cellophane-like oven-safe "bags" that have been on the market for years. The beef remains moist without basting and your oven remains splatter-free.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Follow instructions on package of regular"oven bags".
  3. Combine first 4 ingredients.
  4. Place roast in bag and pour jelly mixture over meat.
  5. Insert meat thermometer through bag into centre of roast.
  6. Cook roast in"oven bag" placed in roaster for approximately 18 to 21 minutes per lb.
  7. for rare (140 degrees on meat thermometer), 21 to 23 minutes per lb.
  8. (42 to 46 minutes per lb) for medium (160 degrees) and 23 to 28 minutes per lb.
  9. (46 to 56 minutes per lb) for well done (170 degrees).
  10. Slit bag open and remove roast.
  11. Slice thinly across the grain and serve drizzled with juices from roast.
  12. If desired, juices may be thickened with mixture of 2 tbsps.
  13. each of cornstarch and cold water.
  14. If you don't have an"oven bag", brown roast on all sides in a large lightly oiled pot.
  15. Add remaining ingredients and cook covered for at least 3 hours on stove top or in a 325 degree oven.

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Interesting (in a good way). First time either of us had tasted a currant product. The roast had a lovely almost-hard glaze but was moist inside. God bless those roasting bags. Ron adored the sauce; I'm undecided.....might try just a touch of balsalmic vinegar next time. But, anything that gets Ron to hit his protein requirement has my vote. Many thanks, Dancer.

sparky955 February 24, 2003

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