Roast Beef

Roast Beef Recipe

And so it is here. Happy Valentines Day to all of our followers! So you’ve got your starter, dessert and cocktails sorted… here is your pièce de résistance, Roast Beef (courtesy of, a straightforward yet impressive dish that will be sure to wow your loved one, friends, family or yourself, tonight!

Cooking Time: Preparation time 15 mins, cooking time 20-25 mins

Serves: 4-6 people, easy


1 3/4 lbs (750g) of tied roast beef

4 cloves of garlic,

1 tbsp of thyme

1 tbsp of olive oil

Equipment Needed: Wire rack, chopping knife, basting brush, foil

Tips for a successful Roast Beef

The meat must be out of the fridge about 30 minutes before beginning preparation.

Do not salt the roast beef before cooking as it will dry faster,

Use the technique of red meat rest after cooking,

Vary the accompaniments: green vegetables and starch vegetables, as well as some garlic you can roast along the meat.

Preheat the oven
Before preheating the oven, the cooking time should be determined. The standard for the calculation is a quarter of an hour per 500 grams of meat. For 600 grams of meat, you’ll need to cook between 15 and 20 minutes. When cooking time is fixed, we can begin to heat the oven at 430 ° F (220 ° C).

Prepare ingredients
Meanwhile, peel the garlic cloves and remove the seeds by a cut in the lenghtwise direction. Complete the cuts in large pieces and insert them into the incisions made on the roast beef. Finish preparing the meat, basting with olive oil, thyme and remaining garlic.

Cook the beef
Go to cooking stuffing all for fifteen minutes or more depending on the amount of meat.
After that, remove the roast beef from the oven and remove the string and the bard. Finish cooking by heating for 5 minutes. The cooked roast beef can be covered with foil to extend the cooking without drying the meat.

Present the dish.
Then it is presented on a platter on which it is allowed to stand for 5 minutes. The roast beef is cut into thin slices to be served with various accompaniments such as fries, salads or vegetables.