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Eye of Round

edited 9:01PM in EggHead Forum
Hey all - working on cleaning out the freezer, & have a couple small eye of round roasts. To dang hot to fire up the oven inside; any suggestions for B.G.E???[p]ERIC


  • MasterMasonMasterMason Posts: 243
    Marinate in mixture of Soy Sauce, sugar, and ground ginger... I cut it into steaks and then marinade. Only about 4 hours or so max on the marinade or the ginger starts making the meat mushy....

  • e.b.,
    "PIT BEEF". ...simply set up your egg indirect at 375 degrees.....rub the roast heavily with salt and dizzy cowlick or redeye express (or other good beef rub). ...roast till it hits 130 internal temp (this will only take about 1 - 1 1/2 hours .. . let rest under foil tent for about 15 minutes. . .then, and this is the key, slice very thinly (shaved is the best way to put it, if you have an electric slicer, thats best) ... then serve it on kaiser rolls with raw onions, and either horseradish or bbq sauce.....[p]wess b has a pictoral (slightly different method but similar results) on his web site

  • Trout BumTrout Bum Posts: 343
    We do quite a few eye roasts. I like to liberally apply sea salt and fresh ground pepper. Then cover the roast with bacon. The bacon addes just enough fat to give some minor flare ups for flavor. I cook them at about 375 to 400 direct until they hit about 125 internal. The secert is to not over cook it. Let it sit 15 minutes and cut it as you eat (not ahead of time). This keeps it nice and juicy.

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