I chopped up one red onion and placed over the beef roast. Then added one can of beef broth, 1 tsp. of fresh minced garlic, season salt and fresh black pepper, the more the merrier for me.
I covered the Dutch oven and put in 350F oven for 1 hour. I use a medium thermometer and at 140F I pull it from the oven. I prefer a little pinker but for my kids this is medium and a safe cooked temperature to serve.
Another way I made a beef roast last weekend was by putting it in a shallow baking pan, seasoning with Cayenne pepper, season salt, black pepper and some Penzey’s English Beef Roast seasoning (any salt combination works).
I chopped up an onion and put around the beef roast, added 1 can of beef broth, covered with foil and baked at 275F for two hours. I took a nap.
I sliced up 7 potatoes, covered and microwaved for 13 minutes on high. Then I placed them in a disposable baking pan and seasoned to taste. Fox Point Seasoning from Penzey’s is a favorite.
I pulled the beef roast when it was still a little pink, sliced and placed over the potatoes, pouring the juices into the dish also.
Thank you! I love beef, but I needed some new, not fancy, roast recipes! I think that first one is going on the menu plan next week!
Nancy @ A Rural Journal says
Your and my style of cooking is very similar. Nothing fancy but filling and delicious. Will def. try this recipe! 🙂
Thanks so much for the great recipes and ideas. Much appreciated! 🙂
Michelle a.k.a. Farmchick says
Your cooking sounds like mine. Simple stuff that everyone likes (mostly). It can be hard to work and get meals on the table!
I like how these are simple – I am so tired of seeing all these fancy spices and exotic ingredients in recipes that claim to be simple.
Thank you!! Did you make multiples of these and other recipes to get your 40 meals?