How to Make the Best-Ever Roast Beef

Learn how to make this best ever roast beef recipe that provides enough gravy to be used on side dishes.

Hey, everyone. I'm Judith with Now, if there's something I like to have on Sunday afternoon, it's roast beef, so today, I'm gonna be showing you how to make the best-ever Roast Beef. So, what we'll need is a 3-pound eye round beef roast. We have 2 onions here which we've sliced into quarter-inch rings. We have 2 cups of beef broth. We have 1 cup of red wine. We have 3 tablespoons of all-purpose flour. We have a quarter cup of ketchup. We have 2 tablespoons of teriyaki sauce, 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard, and 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar. Now, we've preheated our oven behind me to 400 degrees Fahrenheit so we're getting that nice and warm for our roast beef, and we have here our roasting pan which we've lightly sprayed with some cooking spray. So, first things first, let us get our onion rings and place them down on the bottom of our roasting pan, and these are gonna tenderize and cook first and just give a great flavor to our beef. So, these onions will also elevate our beef to keep it off the bottom of the pan so it cooks evenly. So, on top of that, we're gonna add our lovely red wine. And this is great on a Sunday afternoon. You can have a little glass of red wine, and then pour your red wine. On top of your onions that goes. And then, we'll get our piece of meat...and we'll put it on top like so. Let's mix up our little sauce that we're gonna do now. So let's get our ketchup. Our teriyaki goes in here, too. Our mustard in as well. And our balsamic vinegar. So, we'll whisk all that up together and that is just gonna give a really great robust flavor...for our beef. Now, we're gonna take 2 tablespoons of our mix and we're gonna reserve that for our gravy later so just gonna eyeball this right now, take about 2 tablespoons. We'll save that for later. Great. Okay, so with the remainder of our sauce, we're gonna spread our beef with, so let's just baste it like so on the top and on the sides of our piece of meat. So we'll keep basting away with our sauce and we'll leave a little bit in the bowl to baste it later as it cooks. So, now, we're gonna roast our beef for about an hour and 15 minutes, or until it gets to a temperature of about 140 degrees Fahrenheit using a thermometer right there, so we'll put it in the oven and we'll come back to it. Fantastic. So we've taken our roast beef out of the oven. We've removed the meat and we've put it onto a cutting board right here, and we've also removed our lovely onions, put it into a bowl, and we're just gonna cover both of them with a little bit of foil and set them aside for the moment... while we make a little bit of our sauce. So, we'll get our bowl and we'll put in our tomato mixture, and we're gonna add half a cup of water to that mixture. And then we're gonna add in our flour. So, we're gonna give that a good whisk up, to create a nice, kind of gravy sauce. So once all that is whisked in together, we're gonna put our roasting pan that we used for our meat, make sure it's a metal roasting pan. We don't want any glass going on there, obviously. So medium heat of that, and then we're gonna add in our beef broth. And we're just gonna stir that round a little, picking up any of the brown pieces that we had. And we're gonna put that there for 2 minutes. Great. So it's been about 2 minutes and now we're gonna add in our flour mixture to get that lovely, thick gravy, so we're gonna whisk that in and let it thicken for about 3 minutes. So, our gravy now is lovely and thick, oozing with flavor, and that's ready just to serve up. We'll put that in a nice bowl, ready to serve up with our roast beef. So we've just set that aside one moment, and now, we'll carve our roast beef. So that's rested a little while, looking great, smelling even better, and we're just gonna very thinly slice this like so. Get a good hold of it. Fantastic, and look at that. Beautiful, beautiful piece of meat right there. Looking good. And, we'll serve it with a few of our onions, lovely, soft, tender onions, and last but not least, a nice lashing of our beautiful thick gravy all over that. Oh, isn't that just divine? You can serve that with some mashed potatoes, maybe some broccoli, and that is a perfect Sunday lunch. There you go. I have showed you how to do the best ever Roast Beef. Well, thanks for watching, everyone. For more great recipes and savings, go to
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