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Have you ever flash cooked a roast?

 
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11/19/2012 07:38 PM
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Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I put it in for 28 min at 500 and am letting it cook for 2 hours with heat off?
Ever tried it?
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11/19/2012 07:39 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I flashed a roast once, but it was not impressed.
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
What cut are you using? I tried it with an eye round roast once...it turned out okay, good for sandwiches, but Iusually prefer to sear my roasts in a pan and then roast on a lower temperature.
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Was it tuff or just a mediocre cook?
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Was it tuff or just a mediocre cook?
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It's gonna be like eating leather.
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Was it tuff or just a mediocre cook?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601


What kind of cut are you using? It's going to make a big difference...
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Was it tuff or just a mediocre cook?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601


It's gonna be like eating leather.
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lol
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11/19/2012 07:56 PM

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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I never flash cooked a roast but saw FPSRussia do it- around 1:40 into the video

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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
It's a prime rib cut
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
My own cooking guide (this and $1.50 will get you a coffee :-) )
Just about every place has its "variants" of cuts..."tri-tip" is part sirloin and another cut (I forget)
London broil is shoulder...sometimes...here is a general guide...

Grilling steaks:
ribeye
NY strip
tenderloin
sirloin

Roasting:
Full rib section
tenderloin (guessing - have not done)
Other "full" sections of meat that are in the grilling section.

"Slow" methods (smoking, slow cooker, pressure cooker, etc.):
rump roast
brisket
"round" cuts
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Just over 4 pounds
Laura Bow

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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I never flash cooked a roast but saw FPSRussia do it- around 1:40 into the video


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HAHAHA I like FPSRussia's channel, we'll watch it sometimes while having a few drinks. It's awesome watching stuff get blown up :)
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11/19/2012 08:06 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
It's a prime rib cut
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601


I have never done prime rib that way, but it should be very good. Like I said, I prefer to sear and slow cook, but that way is something similar but you're using a high temp to sear the meat in the oven rather than on the stove.
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11/19/2012 08:12 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
shit sandwich (for more info)
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11/19/2012 08:13 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I've done it, but it depends on how big it is, anything under 5 pounds overcooks so you'll have to do it less than 28 minutes.
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11/19/2012 09:20 PM

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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I put it in for 28 min at 500 and am letting it cook for 2 hours with heat off?
Ever tried it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601

All kidding aside, I would never waste such an expensive cut of meat trying a recipe that doesn't make sense to me. However I would try this - perhaps 400-450 degrees for 20 min, then setting it on 275 for the remaining time. The purpose of the high heat is to seal in the juices. But if you try pls post in this thread how it came out (# lbs, time taken to cook, etc). Thanks in advance!
Laura Bow

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11/19/2012 09:24 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I flashed a roast once, but it was not impressed.
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I just saw this now lmao
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I flashed a roast once, but it was not impressed.
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I just saw this now lmao
 Quoting: Laura Bow


I just finished eating it and it turned out great.
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11/19/2012 09:37 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
You gotta marinade that for like 2 days (balsamic, salt, pepper, vinegar, olive oil, even red wine) and then you can flash it, grill it, broil it, whateva...and it will be a-freaking-mazing.
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11/19/2012 09:59 PM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I use the high heat method for eye of round all the time and it is awesome! Eye of round is usually very tough and this version makes it tender enough to cut with a fork. You heat the oven to 500* for 20 minutes, put the seasoned roast in, cut the heat back to 475* and cook 7 minutes per lb. After that, turn the oven off and leave the door shut for 2 1/2 hrs. It comes out perfect medium-rare every time! I encourage all beef lovers to try this. it sounds weird but it is delicious. rockon
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I put it in for 28 min at 500 and am letting it cook for 2 hours with heat off?
Ever tried it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601


I high heat cook all the time.

cook a roast chicken at 500 for 1 hour.

but i wouldnt turn off the heat on the roast..just down to 350 after 20 minutes at 500
Laura Bow

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11/20/2012 08:11 AM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I put it in for 28 min at 500 and am letting it cook for 2 hours with heat off?
Ever tried it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601


I high heat cook all the time.

cook a roast chicken at 500 for 1 hour.

but i wouldnt turn off the heat on the roast..just down to 350 after 20 minutes at 500
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14093481


I'll sometimes do the reverse...slow cook a chicken and then last 5/10 min crank it up to get the skin crispy.
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11/20/2012 08:22 AM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
I put it in for 28 min at 500 and am letting it cook for 2 hours with heat off?
Ever tried it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21977601


Only works with prime rib...
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11/20/2012 08:26 AM

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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Prime Rib should only be served rare and bloody...
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Laura Bow

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11/20/2012 08:35 AM
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Re: Have you ever flash cooked a roast?
Prime Rib should only be served rare and bloody...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Make mine medium please...

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