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Cooking Roast Beef Times

cooking roast beef times
    roast beef
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sauerbraten 003
sauerbraten 003
Sauerbraten One 3 to 4 pound beef chuck roast Marinade: 1 tsp black peppercorns 2 tsps allspice ? tsp nutmeg 2 bay leaves 2 whole cloves (or 1/8 tsp ground cloves) 2 smashed cloves garlic 1/2-teaspoon coarse salt 1 1/2 cups red wine vinegar 1 1/2 cups dry red wine 2 cups water 1 large yellow onion sliced Place ingredients in a saucepot and bring to a rolling boil remove from Heat let cool before pouring into glass or metal bowl. Next with pieces of twine tie up the roast, this will take about 6 pieces, 3 around and 3 lengthwise and place in cooled marinade making sure meat is completely covered by the marinade place plastic wrap over bowl and place on bottom shelf in refrigerator for 2 to 3 days rotating 3 to 4 times a day to evenly marinate. Preheat oven t0 300 degrees Browning Meat: 2 tbsp unsalted butter 2 tbsp olive oil coarse salt Remove meat from marinade scrape off onion pieces and dry off with paper towels sprinkle with coarse salt, set roast on a platter, heat a Dutch oven or large skillet (if using a pan other than a Dutch oven make sure the pan has an oven safe lid) On medium add olive oil and butter, place roast in pan and using tongs and a large metal spatula turn and brown on all sides including the ends. This will take about 20 to 25 minutes; it is very important to completely brown meat, browning before braising will give the roast a beautiful rich brown exterior and help to seal in the juices during cooking. Remove roast and pour fat from pan next use the marinade to deglaze the pan, being sure to scrape any brown bits that may be on the bottom of the pan. Return roast to pan place parchment paper over liquid, just barely touching the top draping over the sides and cover with a heavy lid place in a 300 degree preheated oven and braise at a low simmer for 1 ? hours a third of the way through check to make sure the liquid is not boiling If it is reduce heat 10 to 15 degrees after ? hour turn meat and continue braising for another 1 ? hours or until meat pierces easily with a fork.. Finishing meat: 6 ginger snaps (crumbled) 1 tbsp brown sugar 1 cup sour cream remove roast from pot and place on a cutting board or platter and cover with foil. Strains juices into a sauce pan and let sit for a few minutes then tilt pan to skim off fat, add ginger snap crumbs and brown sugar stir with a whisk, return pan to heat over medium high heat bring to a boil for 5 minutes lower heat and add sour cream stir until smooth make sure not to boil the sauce or sour cream will curdle. Remove strings from roast and cut roast into good sized slices
Hot Dad :: Cooking from a Sort-of Man
Hot Dad :: Cooking from a Sort-of Man
So, I'm a stay-at-home-dad. I take care of two girls, 6 and 3. I have tea parties. I paint finger and toe nails. I hang out at the playground with the other parents (usually just moms, and by "hang out" I mean get stares that question my respectability, perhaps deservedly so). I clean up (sort of) and make dinner for my engineer wife and kids. I don't spend my spare time lifting weights and going out for a beer. I stopped feigning an interest in sports statistics years ago. It's a life that strips all testosterone from a person. Oh, I still dig women, but at this point, I'm more homosexual woman than heterosexual male. So, when it comes time for cooking, and I read instructions like "take care not to burn the brown glaze on the bottom of the pan", I sense from within an animalistic urge to shout "Fuck it!" and I find myself almost ritualistically challenging the splattering and steam and heat, forcing myself to burn that fucker to a crisp, saute those vegetables until there is no water remaining in their fibers at all. And, when it's all over, I carefully wash all the dishes and pans and return them to their proper place on the shelves so I can haul my emasculated ass back to the table and serve everyone their calm and obligatory dinner. It's a private recipe from a psychotic cookbook.

cooking roast beef times
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