Roast Beef, English Style

Roast Beef, English Style created by CountryLady

A foolproof and delicious roast traditionally served with Yorkshire pudding.

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2hrs 15mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Trim meat and score remaining fat.
  • Rub surface of meat with the spices.
  • Heat drippings in frying pan until hot.
  • Place meat fat side down in drippings; brown on all sides.
  • Place meat in a baking dish fat side up.
  • Insert meat thermometer.
  • Bake approximately 20 minutes/pound or until thermometer reads 140 (rare) to 170 (well-done).
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"A foolproof and delicious roast traditionally served with Yorkshire pudding."
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  1. CountryLady
    Although this wouldn't be my favourite way to cook roast beef, it was still very good! I used a meat thermometer to cook a very small (1.5 lb) sirloin tip for hubby & myself - it took 1 1/2 hours for medium-rare. I served the beef with a carrot/turnip combo that I prepared according to Nana Lee's method in recipe #134316 and another English classic - Marie Alice's Roast Potatoes (#918740). I skipped the gravy & Yorkies this time - after all, it was a weeknite, not Sunday! Thanx Molly!
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    Roast Beef, English Style Created by CountryLady
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  3. Summerwine
    Roast Beef, English Style Created by Summerwine
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  4. Summerwine
    Absolutely delicious Molly! I didn't have a meat thermometer so just went on the weight of the roast. Super easy traditional Sunday Lunch served with Yorkshire puds, roast potatoes and of course, peas. Thank you!
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  5. JSkizzle
    This recipe is nice and easy! My roast turned out really good. The flavoring was just right, not too over-powering.
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