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Slowly roasted beef, not slow cooker.

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marmitedoughnut Thu 27-Dec-18 09:14:47

I have been seeing mention recently of a way to cook roast beef in the oven at very low temperatures for long cooking times to guarantee juicy, tender meat, ie, 70 degrees for 5 or 6 hours etc (or whatever) I have a topside joint and fancy trying cooking it this way.

Has anybody done this and can recommend it?

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Ricekrispie22 Thu 27-Dec-18 10:12:41

This just melts in your mouth www.asdagoodliving.co.uk/food/recipes/slow-cooked-topside-of-beef-in-red-wine-sauce

justilou1 Thu 27-Dec-18 10:34:22

Yes! Especially if you have a cast-iron roasting pan with a lid. It keeps the juices in. ( I bought a great one at Aldi!)

marmitedoughnut Thu 27-Dec-18 20:46:17

justilou - any tips please, how do you do it? smile

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