This 4 lb roast took roughly an hour and forty minutes, but the general rule for roasting beef is 18 – 22 minutes per pound. Roast will be done when it reaches an internal temperature of 130 degrees using a meat thermometer. Because this cut is generally leaner, it’s best served medium rare
Grass fed Beef and root vegetables are slow-roasted in red wine and seasoned with fragrant thyme for a tender and richly flavored winter supper.
As with all braises, slow cooking tenderizes the meat and the liquid (water, stock or even a splash of wine) melds its flavor with that of the beef, resulting in falling-off-the-fork-meat that is dripping with tenderness.