Best Ever Beef Roast

Yield: 

4-8 (depends on roast size)

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Thank you! I had lost this

Thank you! I had lost this method in the move and am going to save it to my computer and on a flash drive. This works every time and is my favorite way to get professional results from my run of the mill oven. Happy Holidays, OFA!

I've used this method on

I've used this method on various sized roasts and the all come out tender and perfectly cooked. I've done everything from a 2 lb eye of round to a 5.5 lb boneless rib roast. This technique just works!

I use this same recipe with

I use this same recipe with bone-in pork roast.

Roast is in the oven !!!!!

Roast is in the oven !!!!! Timer is set !!!!!

Good flavor , but over

Good flavor , but over done!!!!
Next time I will try less time, 45 min instead of a hour at 375,
I do like the easy method.

I have heard of this method

I have heard of this method before but never tried it. Question - since one is supposed to let the roast sit wrapped in foil for 15 minutes - When does one put the foil on the roast?? I do not see where it states when to put the roast in foil.

As the recipe states,when

As the recipe states,when one
removes the roast from the oven,
one should simply wrap in foil and let rest for 15 minutes.

I have tried this w/different

I have tried this w/different sizes and it works every time.

I would think a 2 pound beef

I would think a 2 pound beef tenderloin in a 375 degree for an hour and then sitting in there for another 45 minutes will be way overdone. Response anyone?

There is no increase in cook

There is no increase in cook time for larger size roasts???