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Do I Sear my Beef Round Sirloin Tip Roast

bigguy136bigguy136 Posts: 1,161
edited January 2012 in Beef
Roast is about 10 lbs. Do I want to sear this thing or just put it on at 300° with a favorite rub?

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Comments

  • I go with Tweev.  I wait until I'm 10-12 degrees under target temp and run up to 450ish to finish.  "Sear" does not "seal in" juices as many, many culinary tests have proven.  What the higher temp does is produce a Maillard reaction between amino acids and sugars to enhance flavor not to mention appearance.
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  • I am an advocate of thhe reverse sear method. As endorsed by Alton Brown and Cooks Illusrated
  • JasperJasper Posts: 378
    edited January 2012
    The last time I did a roast I did the DO method half immersed in liquid and I didn't sear it that time. It looked a little unapplealing during the first half of the cook but ended up having a nice reddish crust when it was done. Taste-wise we found no difference searing vs no searing.

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