Roast Beef

Roast Beef and Yorkshire Puddings

Roast BeefRoast Beef Recipe.A delicious recipe for Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding from world famous chef Nigel Smith.In this short DVD, Nigel shows you how to cook perfect Roast beef and Yorkshire Puddings for that special Sunday Roast as well as demonstrating some of our super kitchen wear products.When cooking roast beef it is important to get your cooking times right and to leave the beef to rest for at least 20 minutes before serving.Nigel has included recipes and DVDs for an all time favorite roast beef dish. Beef with Yorkshire Puddings a Sunday  tradition, follow the simple step by step guide to cooking the perfect roast beef dinner.

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 Roast Beef Recipe and Ingredients

2lb Sirloin of Beef
Vegetable Oil
Salt & Pepper
Potatoes Peeled
Thyme & Rosemary

Place the Kleeneze Roaster / Baking Sheet onto a high heat and pour in some vegetable oil from the Kleeneze store and pour box set.
When oil is hot add beef using nylon tongs and seal golden brown.
Add potatoes and season.
Sprinkle with Thyme and Rosemary taken fom Kleeneze green bags.
Roast for I hour gas mark 6, 175 degrees.
Remove from oven and leave to rest fro 5-10 mins.
Carve and serve.

Yorkshire Puddings
4 oz of Flour
2 eggs
8 fluid oz Milk
Salt & Pepper

Sieve flour into a bowl.
Make a well in the centre and add eggs from the egg tray and a little of the milk taken from the Kleeneze store and pour range.
Whisk together to make a thick batter then gradually whisk in remaining milk.
Season with Salt & pepper.
Using Kleeneze Yorkshire Pudding tray pour in hot oil and then batter.
Bake in a hot oven gas mark 6, 175 degrees for 30 mins until risen and golden brown.
Serve with Roast Beef.

Roast Beef Cooking Times

There are varying opinions about what the perfect temperature to cook a roast beef but in my experience starting the beef in a very hot oven 220C / Gas 7 for the first 30 mins then lower the temperature to 190C / Gas 5 for the remaining cooking time then.

  • Rare – 11 mins per lb/450g
  • Medium – 14 mins per lb/450g
  • Well done – 16 mins per lb/450g

These times are based on a normal convection oven, you may want to adjust for a fan oven according to the manufacturers instructions.

Another way to work out the cooking time is to use a meat thermometer pushed into the thickest part of the beef.

  • 60°C/140° F – rare
  • 70°C/160F – medium
  • 80°C/175°F – well done

 


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