Re: 3 15# roasts to turn into pot roast to serve 50-80-
Posted by Bea on 11/3/2009, 1:43 pm, in reply to "Re: 3 15# roasts to turn into pot roast to serve 50-80-"
Thank you. I'll follow your advice and roast them |
: I don't know why you would want to treat a
: sirloin roast that way, unless it is Sirloin
: Tip and would benefit from braising. Let the
: meat come to room temperature for a few
: hours and season with salt & pepper
: before placing it on a rach. You would get
: better yield - that is less shrinkage by
: simply slowly roasting them in a 300F oven
: until desired doneness. Use an instant read
: thermometer: 120°F to 125°F, (49°C to 52°C)
: for rare, 130°F to 140°F (55°C to 60°C) for
: medium rare, 145°F to 150°F (63°C to 66°C)
: for medium, and 155°F to 165°F (68°C to
: 74°C) for well done (Note: 120° is a pretty
: rare roast).
: Be sure to let the roast rest for 15 to 20
: minutes before carving.
: --Previous Message--
: My assignment, if I choose to accept, is to
: turn 3 15# sirloin roasts into pot roast and
: gravy to serve 50 to 80 men. I've been
: advised to cut each chunk in half, brown,
: add water, onion, garlic, bay leaf and water
: and bake the heck out of them. Add red wine
: for the last two hours. Any revisions or
: assistance would be greatly appreciated
: before I ruin this expensive purchase.