Roast Beef

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Servings
4
Cook Time
15 Minutes

Ingredients

• 1 pound (3/4 kilogram) beef roast, trimmed of excess fat
• 2 tablespoons olive oil
• 2 tablespoons whole grain mustard
• 1 tablespoon rosemary, chopped
• Salt and pepper

For the Port Sauce:
• 1 cup red wine
• 1 cup port wine
• 1 cup flour, diluted in water
• Salt and pepper

Instructions

1.Tie roast or buy tied, roast-beef ready. Spread mixture of olive oil, mustard, salt and pepper on the beef. Vacuum seal using the FoodSaver™ Vacuum Seal System in included special bag and store in refrigerator for 10 minutes.
2.Preheat the Oster® Multifunction Digital Oven to 450˚F (230˚C). Place broiling rack on baking pan then place roast on the broiling rack; cook according to your preference.

Cooking Times:
•For rare (cooked on the outside and part of the inside; but red); wait 15 minutes and check for doneness using a meat thermometer making sure temperature has reached 130˚F (54˚C).
•For medium (juicy and pink on the inside), wait 25 minutes and check for doneness using a meat thermometer making sure temperature has reached 145˚F (63˚C). For well done (completely gray and a little bit dryer with juices turned transparent), wait 40 minutes and check for doneness using a meat thermometer making sure temperature has reached 167˚F (75˚C). Let it rest for 15 minutes so juices set in the meat and making the meat more flavorful. Reserve drippings.

3.In your Oster® Multi-Use Rice Cooker with Sauté function, pour drippings, red wine, port wine, diluted flour, salt and pepper, press Sauté button and cook until sauce is thick. If there are lumps, drain in a colander before adding to the beef.
4.Slice roast beef and serve with cooked vegetables, baked potato and port wine sauce.

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