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January 29, 2020

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English Roast with Orange Rosemary Butter

When I’m wanting a medium rare roast and when a cut needs a little tenderizing, my always go to method is Hot & High then Low & Slow. It’s a winner every time.

This cut has a sinew seam that runs through it, but is very easy to eat around it after slicing.

Ingredients:

*Avoid using real garlic, as it will burn with the high heat.

Preparations:

  1. Remove English Roast from packaging, then rinse and pat dry.
  2. In a heavy pot, add the olive oil and seasonings. Mix together.
  3. Place the roast in the pot and roll it around in the seasonings. Cover lightly with plastic wrap or a towel and allow the roast to rest for 1 to 2 hours at room temperature.
  4. Preheat oven to 500°.
  5. Place roast uncovered in hot oven for 7 minutes, then shut the oven off.
  6. Leave the roast in the oven for another 2 hours. Do NOT open the oven door.
  7. Remove the roast from the oven and turn the oven back on to 500°.
  8. Remove the roast from the pot and place on a cutting board and cut the roast into thin slices, keeping the slices tightly together. Transfer the slices onto a baking pan for reheating.
  9. Place the pot that the roast cooked in on the stovetop over medium high heat and add either a little broth, wine or water for an au jus. Season to taste.
  10.  Place sliced roast back into hot oven and reheat for 5 to 7 minutes.
  11.  Remove from oven and immediately transfer to a platter. Serve with hot au jus.

Orange Rosemary Butter

Ingredients:

  • ½ - stick salted  butter
  • juice of one small orange
  • fresh rosemary leaves from one steam

Preparations:

  1. Heat all ingredients in the microwave and then blend in a blender to incorporate.
  2. Transfer to a bowl. Serve at room temperature.

Photo Credit: Jill O'Brien


Comments

Linda Nelson

February 04, 2020

I tried this recipe last night with a couple of minor adaptations. My husband, who likes all things Wild Idea, said this was the best thing I have ever made from Wild Idea! It was quite easy. It just required planning ahead so it has plenty of time to sit and then to roast (while I read a book). It was tender and so flavorful. Thanks to all of you.

Sue Peterson

February 25, 2020

This recipe is a winner! I had my doubts about the rosemary-orange butter, but it truly added another dimension to the roast. I’m definitely making this again!

Sherri Gilliland

September 15, 2020

Any ideas on cooking this roast in crockpot?

jill

September 15, 2020

Sherri – I have not yet prepared this roast in a crock pot – but my best “guessamendation” would be to season as desired, add a bit of broth and cook for about 4 hours on medium to medium low. Let me know how it goes. Thank you!

Cynthia Gooch

October 18, 2020

First-time results with the English Roast in an Instapot…We followed the above prep instructions (olive oil, onion powder, salt, pepper) and let the Instapot go for 40 minutes. It was probably too long, as there was no pink left at all. However, it was still good tasting. My husband sliced it thinly with an electric knife. I tried it with a tad of goat cheese with each bite – which I liked. Next time, we’ll cook it less. Still tasted good!! :-)

Barbara Tabbert

November 30, 2020

QUESTION: Do I, after the roasting at 500 for 7 minutes put the lid on the pot for the two hours in the oven with the heat turned off OR do I leave it uncovered?

I roast chicken according to Jill’s directions. After the initial roasting for 15 minutes, those directions call for adding liquid and covering the pot, continue at the high temp for a short time, and then turning off the oven and leaving the chicken (covered) in the oven for two hours. Can the English roast be treated the same way?

jill

November 30, 2020

Barbara – Leave the roast uncovered. As for following the Roast Chicken recipe , I have not tried that with the English roast, so I can not give you solid advice on that. Theoretically – it seems like that would work, although dropping your 15 minute hot cooking time down to 7 minutes due to poundage adjustment.

Allison Anders

January 19, 2021

I could not imagine this could possibly even work when I saw the recipe called for only 7 minutes cooking with the oven on and 2 hours with oven off with the door closed. I was so sure I would screw it up. Ha. But I figured Jill knows what she’s talking about! Oh my glad how happy I am that I trusted the process! That was the most delicious elegant roast. And so small and dainty and yet plenty of feed a small dinner party. Absolutely wonderful. I’m hooked and yay — more in the fridge for tomorrow!

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