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What is the cooking time for roast beef?
Weigh the joint in order to calculate the cooking time. If you like rare beef cook the joint for 20 minutes per 450g plus 20 minutes, for a medium result cook the meat for 25 minutes per 450g plus 25 minutes and for a well done joint cook it for 30 minutes per 450g plus 30 minutes.
How long does it take to cook 1 kg of roast beef?
Remove from the fridge 30 mins before roasting. Season and oil generously. Brown in a 220°C/Gas 7 oven for 20 mins, then turn down to 160°C/Gas 3 and add a little water to the pan. Cook for 20 mins per 500g (add/subtract 15 mins for well done/rare).
What temperature should a beef roast be cooked to?
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|Oven roast (inside round, outside round, sirloin tip, cross rib)||425°F (220°C)||145°F (63°C) medium-rare; 160°F (71°C) medium; 170°F (77°C) well done|
How long does it take to cook 1.3 kg of beef?
Brown in a 230°C oven for 20 mins, turn down to 150°C and add a little water to the pan. Cook for 25 mins per 500g (add/subtract 15 mins for well done/rare). Rest for 15 mins under foil and add any juices to the gravy.
How long does a 2kg beef roast take to cook?
Roast for 12 mins per 450g/1lb (about 55 mins for a 2kg/4lb 8oz joint) for medium-rare, or 15 mins per 450g/1lb (about 1 hr 10 mins) for medium-well. Remove from the oven, lift onto a platter, cover with foil and rest for 30 mins.
How long do you cook 500g of beef for?
To cook medium allow 20-25 minutes per 500g of meat. To cook well done allow 25-30 minutes per 500g of meat.
How do I make sure my roast beef is tender?
Simmering at a lower heat for a longer period of time will give even tougher types of meat that tender texture your family will die over! Make sure your meat never roasts dry. Keep it covered in its natural juices and beef broth for maximum juicy tenderness.
What temperature should beef be cooked to UK?
A meat thermometer is useful for large joints. Push the probe into the meat as close as possible to the centre (avoiding any bones) and leave it for 20 seconds before taking the reading. Rare beef should read 50C, medium 60C and well done 70C.