Grilled, Eye Round Roast

READY IN: 1hr 15mins
YIELD: 1 roast




  • 1. Open the meat, rinse and pat dry. Place it on a platter, and coat the whole thing with oil, then rub the spices inches Be sure to use a lot more of all of the spices, because the roast will be on the grill fore a long time, and they won't taste as strong as you think.
  • 2. Start your grill, and get it to a medium - medium / low heat, Or, build a fire on one side, and place the meat on the other. You'll be roasting this Eye Round, and it will be there a long time, so you don't want to burn it.
  • I use a small charcoal grill, and can't cook using an indirect heat method, so I sprinkle a little water on the coals to cool them down before I place the meat on the grill.
  • 3. Cook for about 1 hour and 20 minutes, rolling it around every 20 minutes or so. Test the temperature with an instant read meat thermometer for 110 degrees, for medium rare. If you've got a grill like mine, you might want to test it in a couple of different places. Cooking time will change based upon how hot your grill is, and the thickness of the meat. Just because a meat is larger by pounds, doesn't always mean that it will cook much longer. Generally, even though it weighs more, it's still just as thick as one that's a little less weight, and will cook in the same amount of time.
  • 4. When the meat is done, place it on a platter, and cover with aluminum foil, this let's the juices redistribute, and finishes cooking the inside.
  • 5. To Serve:
  • Slice this as thin as you can, it's not the most tender piece of meat, so you want to keep it from being too tough.