For Sunday supper, serve a bountiful beef roast with a side of mashed potatoes. From pot roast to eye round roast to crockpot beef roast, these easy recipes give you ideas for the highlight meal of the week.See Popular Roast Beef Recipes
Slow cooking this tender pot roast with some flavorful vegetables and a few on-hand ingredients yields mouthwatering results.
Why does Christmas always seem like the perfect time for roast beef? It's likely because we associate a hearty cut of juicy beef with luxury, and the holidays are the ideal time for over-the-top indulgence. Happily, it doesn't take a lot of skill or effort to produce a lovely roast beef.
Slow cooking is a great tenderizer for a pot roast. Your family will find this one to be among the best ever.
Always a tender choice, this pot roast features classic flavors of onion and a bit of barbecue.
Lemon peel and dried apricot add interest to this tasty roast. This no-fuss, one-pot meal is a great choice for busy weekdays.
Chuck roast, potatoes, celery and carrots simmer to tenderness in the slow-cooker with an Italian-inspired tomato sauce made special with Campbell's® Condensed Tomato Soup.
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Fresh spinach and red bell pepper add color and crunch to a hearty sandwich of roast beef and Muenster cheese on sturdy whole grain bread.
Knowing how to cook roast beef should be on every home cook's to-do list. A straightforward slab of perfectly cooked roast beef is a bit of heaven in itself, but this recipe employs a few surprises to elevate the dish to the sublime.
Meaty portobello mushrooms add savory dimension to these favorite beef sandwiches, which are made in your slow cooker.
Roast beef is popular for a reason--everyone who eats meat loves its rich flavor, whether you're springing for a pricy cut of prime rib or a tender, slow-cooked pot roast. There are a number of ways to cook a cut of beef, but the method you choose generally corresponds to the cut you're working with. Loin cuts of beef are best cooked uncovered in a moderately hot oven in order to develop an appealing caramelized exterior and beautifully pink interior.
It will be a celebration of double big birthdays at our house, and I can't think of a better treat to serve than a succulent roast beef. This large boneless rib-eye roast isn't cheap, but it is beef at it's best. There's lots of marbling and mineral depth that make this the tastiest of beef cuts. Marinating the roast in herbed wine makes for even more flavor. We prefer our beef medium-rare, so I use an instant-read thermometer and roast to a temperature of 130 degrees F. for great results. (Always let a roast rest for at least 15 minutes beforeread more
To serve with his succulent beef rib eye roast, Tim Hollingsworth prepared a surprisingly simple garnish of sauteed brussels sprout leaves, which he mixed with chestnuts and seasoned with ground Sichuan peppercorns.
Polenta cups are a great edible container for incredibly tender meat. They work wonderfully as a holiday party appetizer.
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