How do you calculate cooking time for roast beef?

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How do you calculate cooking time for roast beef?

Weigh joint of beef to calculate the cooking time. Allow 20 minutes per 450g for medium, 15 minutes per 450g for medium-rare and 10-15 minutes per 450g for rare.

What is the cooking time and temperature for roast beef?

Roast for about 13-15 minutes per pound for rare, 17-19 minutes for medium, and 22-25 for cooked through. Check the meat with a thermometer to make sure it is the temperature you want it: 145°F for medium rare, 160°F for medium.

What temperature do you cook roast beef for medium-rare?

Roast for between 12 and 15 minutes per pound, then check the temperature. For medium-rare beef, the temp will be around 125°F to 130°F. Rest the roast for 30 minutes.

Should I cover beef when roasting?

Roast your beef, uncovered, to the desired doneness. After removing from the oven, tent with foil and let stand 15 minutes before carving. Roasts weighing over 8 pounds should be loosely covered halfway through roasting to avoid over-browning.

Should you sear beef before roasting?

In order to get the most flavor out of your beef, whether it is for a roast or for a stew, you must first sear it. To sear beef for a roast, heat a large, heavy bottomed skillet (either cast iron or stainless will work perfectly) over medium-high heat.

What is the best temperature to cook a joint of beef?

Preheat your oven to the correct temperature to ensure your cooking time is accurate: 220C/Gas 7/fan 200C. Cook larger roasting joints on a high heat for the first 20 minutes to let the heat really penetrate the meat and give it a good crust on the outside.

What temp should a sirloin roast be?

Insert the probe of a meat thermometer into the very center of the roast. Place in oven, and roast until you reach an internal temperature of 130 F for medium rare. For each additional ‘step’ of doneness, add ten degrees. So medium would be 140, medium-well, 150, and well-done 160.

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