Wet Aged Sirloin Tip Roast



  • Posted on by Sarah

    This.Was.Amazing. Wow! This roast and recipe are everything. I am a very experienced home cook and at first nervous about this cooking method, but I am so glad I tried it! I followed the recipe exactly, with the wet aging and everything.
    I was a little confused with the instructions because it was unclear to me if I needed to roast an additional 13 minutes, or just the first 13 and then turn the oven off. I punted and turned off after 13 minutes. I figured it was better to go on the side of less done than more. it was the perfect roast. No leftovers! Thank you for this recipe. I will definitely make this again.

  • Posted on by jill

    Natasha – I would think you would need to extend the roasting time based on poundage. Good to know on the 4# roast, more than 5 pounds I would add an extra 10 minutes at 210 and an additional half hour for every pound over 5# at 190.

  • Posted on by Natasha Macaraeg

    I have used the second method with a 4.4lb meat and worked well with time and temperature. Will it still be the same instructions for any weight of meat?

  • Posted on by jill

    My apologies for the delay.Yes, You can use a cast iron dutch oven. And, your roast it uncovered.My oven has an auto vent too and it still works just fine. OR, you could unplug oven… There is also a video of this method in cooking video section. Thank you!

  • Posted on by Carla

    I just ordered your Sirloin Tip Roast and I’m looking at the cooking instructions, Can I cook this in a cast iron dutch oven in my oven using either of the above methods? and should it be covered or uncovered? (I’m assuming covered, since my oven also has automatic venting after it’s shut off.) And, would it be better to heat up the dutch oven in the oven before putting the roast in to cook (as is done with artisan bread)?

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