How to Cook a Sirloin Beef Roast
Easy to make yet impressive to serve for dinner. This beef roast recipe is easily adaptable to cook to your own taste. Enjoy!
I know right. Will wonders never cease. It’s not a dessert recipe. I know. I know. I post A LOT of dessert recipes. It’s my thing. However today you are in for a treat. Today is a special roast recipe.
What’s so special about it? Up until I made this particular recipe I had always hated sirloin. I have always thought of it as chewy, and flavourless. I know, I know. It’s not really either of those things.
Yet in my head any time I see or hear of sirloin my mind would go there. I would scrunch up my nose any time any one would even bring up the subject of sirloin. Crazy, I know.
My dislike of sirloin came from my childhood. My dad was a huge sirloin lover. My mom was not the greatest cook. Sirloin and bad cooks are a dangerous combination.
Let’s just say it led to a lot of arguments at the dinner table. Either my dad would be screaming at my mom, or throwing his plate, or my mom would be crying because she felt guilty about the “eat everything on your plate” rule.
So you can see why, up until now, I’ve always had a negative association with sirloin. All that changed recently. If you cook it properly it kicks ass. It’s full of flavour, and the texture is fabulous if cooked correctly.
Let’s face it, sirloin can be super tricky to cook. If you are not careful it will end up tasting chewy or it will be too dry to attempt to nosh on. So really be
sure to follow the directions on this one. I want you to like it. In fact, I want you to LOVE it!
Please do not braise this one. You want to cook it fat side up, on a rack, with no liquid messing with it. I know this sounds scary but you will thank me if you follow that advice.
I cannot be held responsible for what happens to your gorgeous piece of beef if you stray from the directions. You may end up with a hunk of cardboard. No one wants cardboard for dinner. Trust me.
This is a recipe I shared on Made from Pinterest. You can read my tale of how I ended up with a sirloin roast when I hate sirloin. It’s wildly entertaining. I highly suggest popping over to read about my sirloin roast woes.
When I realized I was going to be cooking a sirloin roast I decided to swing by my buddy’s blog. Steve of The Black Peppercorn is a pal of mine, and the man is a whiz with all things meat. I had pinned a recipe of his so I went hunting for it.
Sure enough Steve’s instructions on How to Cook a Top Sirloin Beef Roast were super easy to follow. The recipe was a big hit with the family. I’ve been converted to a sirloin fan. If you cook it correctly it is tender and full of flavour. So a huge thanks to my pal, Steve.
So go grab a hunk of beef right this very minute. Follow these directions, then invite me over for dinner! I’ll even bring dessert. Lots and lots of dessert.
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How to Cook a Sirloin Beef RoastSource: www.cravingsofalunatic.com