Friday, September 2

Lesson #133 - I Was Meant To Own A Restaurant

Damn...this mama can COOK! I will prove it too (this is NOT a sponsored post - I just love to cook)!

I made this beef roast for The Man a few nights ago - and (even though I'm on a diet) I just had to take a little nibble. It came out so good and I am not strong enough to resist the smell of a fabulous beef roast!


Yeah...me...I made that beautiful hunk of beef.

Wanna know how?!

I pulled the beef out of the fridge about 10 minutes before I wanted to cook it - to take the chill off. Preheat your oven to 500 degrees - I know this sounds more like broiling, but put it on the bake setting - it will make sense in a minute.

If any of you have ever used McCormick's Montreal Steak flavored seasoning - then I don't have to sing its praises...for those of you who have not - GET WITH THE PROGRAM. It is some seriously good stuff! I'm sure you could make your own seasoning mix, but I like the bottled stuff.

I coat the outside - the whole way around - with said seasoning. I am a little heavy-handed with it because I love the "sauce" that is at the bottom of the pan. YUM! Okay, so then I put the roast into the oven - please wait for it to pre-heat - for EXACTLY 20 minutes.

Once those 20 minutes are done - turn off the stove BUT DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR! You are to leave the roast in the oven for another 90-120 minutes (that is 1.5 - 2 hours, for those of you who can't do math). Keeping the oven door closed seals in the heat and continues to cook the meat even though the heat source is off.

Then, just pull it out...wait 15 minutes...and slice.

ENJOY!!!

25 comments:

TDM Wendy said...

That looks good. We are not fat cows. We just eat them.

adrienzgirl said...

I am a huge fan on Motreal Steak seasoning. HUGE FAN. I use it as all "all season" type mix for many dishes! Little olive oil, Kosher salt and Montreal on steaks? BEST STEAK EVER!

That roast looks FABULOUS by the way!

Daffy said...

It looks fantastic! I usually like my meat well done....um...would this make me sick? lol....looks like its still moo'ing -everyone else would LOVE it too I'm sure!

Jeanette said...

This looks SOOO tasty and just the perfect tinge of red! Thanks so much for stopping by My Own Four Corners! I am following you back! Have a great weekend!

Nancy StylenDecorDeals said...

Looks wonderful! I will have to give it a try!
Thanks for hopping by. I'm happily returning the follow!
nancy

AndreaLeigh said...

yummo! sounds delicious. i tend to use my crock pot for roast but I need to try this!

Thanks for stopping by on my SITS Day! I really do appreciate it. Hope you will visit again sometime!

Lily Boxing said...

Just wanted to say hi, newest follower from the hop!
Thanks! :o)
Jenn

nicole@http://theclarks-nicole.blogspot.com/ said...

I am a new follower from the hop. Great blog.

Brooke said...

This looks so good! I am definitely making it soon.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and following. I'm following back. Can't wait to see more of your KY challenge stuff. It's very interesting.

Shauna Nosler said...

Really the pink is perfect in that cooked perfectly! Happy to follow you. Hope you can stop in and return the favor soon http://www.shaunanosler@blogspot.com

Ashley S said...

Yum yum! That looks delicious :)

pamela r said...

stopped in with Relax and Surf Sunday Blog Hop-now I need to clean my keyboard because I've drooled all over it =^D
I love the whole McCormicks line!!!!

jenzshoppin said...

Found you on the blog hop and following. I also love McCormick's Montreal Steak seasoning. I added Worcestershire sauce (had to ask my hubby to grab it from the fridge to check spelling, LOL)for more flavor since we were getting used to the seasoning.

Diary of a Diva Mom said...

Umm when you come visit me, my only request is for you to bring food. :)

TonyaHopkins said...

That looks so good! Following you from the Relax and Surf Sunday blog hop

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ashley said...

New blog follower & now I'm hungry!!! www.laborlooks.blogspot.com

Amy said...

Love the steak seasoning and that looks yummy!

What type of roast did you use?

Ciao Mama's said...

That looks so yummy and I love it is cooked perfectly. I am new follower form BH would love it if you could come over and check out my site.

Terri said...

Please set another plate! ;)

Stopping by from Sunday Hop and glad to have found your blog! Looking forward to more delicious reading (and dinner invitations)

Now following you via GFC and email as tsue1136. Stop by when you can: http://www.tsue-thatswhatshesaid.com.

Terri

From Tracie said...

It looks super yummy!!

Brenda said...

When I want to cook a beef roast I always put it in my pressure cooker for about twenty minutes before baking, talk about one tender roast! I hopped over from the blog hop to become your newest GFC follower and hope you can drop by my blog at WV Stitcher when you get a chance. Have a fantastic week!

Mrs. Mommy said...

I love love love your blog!!! Can't wait to see what you come up with next! Following you back :)

The Southern Fried Bride said...

New follower from the Monday hop!

alissa4illustration said...

That does look GGGGOOOOOOODDDDDD!!!!

I've always had the dream of owning a bakery/art gallery. In this economy, I'm not sure that's going to happen.

A Gracious Home said...

Great sounding roast. I'm on a diet also. Good luck on yours. Doylene

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