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can I roast a rump roast

scunge Jan 13, 2007 06:30 PM

I have a rump roast beef any suggestions???? to how to roast...,time, heat,technique thankyou

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    lucyis Jan 14, 2007 04:29 PM

    This cut of beef also makes an excellent pot roast. Brown in a bit of oil and tuck it into a heavy dutch oven with lots of onions and red wine or beer.

    1. adroit_minx Jan 14, 2007 02:29 AM

      Thank you! :)

      1. Ruth Lafler Jan 13, 2007 08:51 PM

        I depends on the size of the roast. That would work for a larger roast, but for a smaller one I'd do it at 200 for the whole time (my Mom taught me "200 degrees for an hour per pound" for rare/medium rare).

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        1. re: Ruth Lafler
          adroit_minx Jan 13, 2007 11:53 PM

          That's a great tip, thanks for posting it! I'll try that the next time I make roast beef. What size/poundage do you think that rule works best with?

          1. re: adroit_minx
            Ruth Lafler Jan 14, 2007 12:48 AM

            I think for 2-3 pounds.

          2. re: Ruth Lafler
            amkirkland Jan 14, 2007 11:37 AM

            what a great mom. I think my mom recommends 350, till it's done, for just about everything.

          3. toodie jane Jan 13, 2007 07:21 PM

            I rub with a bit of oil, then roast at 350 for about 40 minutes. Turn down the oven to about 200 and let it cook slowly to about 140 interior temp. I don't use a rack in the roasting pan. It cooks so slowly the juices don't run much, so it's not sitting a a puddle. Meat gets nice and tender..Time depends on size, but a couple hours or more. I season at the table.

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            1. re: toodie jane
              scunge Jan 13, 2007 08:48 PM

              sounds good .....I think I'll give it a try Thanks

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