Italian Beef Recipe

Italian Beef Recipe. This is the best Italian Beef recipe you will ever make. Succulent, juicy beef cooked to perfection with just a hint of seasoning. This is the beef recipe you have been looking for. Try this easy to make Italian Beef Recipe for dinner tonight!





Italian Beef Recipe

This is the best Italian Beef recipe you will ever make. Succulent, juicy beef cooked to perfection with just a hint of seasoning. This is the beef recipe you have been looking for. Try this easy to make Italian Beef Recipe for dinner tonight!

Prep Time:10 minutes
Cook Time: 1 Hour 5 Minutes

Ingredients:

3 lb Beef Roast (we use eye of the round)
3 TBSP Italian Seasoning
3 TBSP Diced Garlic (from a jar)
Pepper to Taste

Directions:

• Preheat Oven to 500º
• Tenderize the beef with a good meat tenderizer that pokes holes.
• Place garlic and Italian seasoning in a bowl. Roll the roast through the seasoning coating completely.
• Place seasoned roast on a rack in a roasting pan.
• Roast in preheated 500º oven for 20 minutes.
• Turn oven heat down to 300º and roast for an additional 45 minutes.
• Remove from oven and allow to rest for 15 minutes before slicing.

Makes 3 pounds Italian Beef

Italian Beef Recipe. This is the best Italian Beef recipe you will ever make. Succulent, juicy beef cooked to perfection with just a hint of seasoning. This is the beef recipe you have been looking for. Try this easy to make Italian Beef Recipe for dinner tonight!


Italian Beef Recipe Mise en Place:

• Bowl
Measuring Spoons
Meat Tenderizer
Roasting Pan
• Cutting Board
• Carving Knife

Italian Beef Recipe Ingredients:

• 3 lb Beef Roast (we use eye of the round)
• 3 TBSP Italian Seasoning
• 3 TBSP Diced Garlic (from a jar)
• Pepper to Taste

Italian Beef Recipe Directions:

• Preheat Oven to 500º
• Tenderize the beef with a good meat tenderizer that pokes holes.
• Place garlic and Italian seasoning in a bowl. Roll the roast through the seasoning coating completely.
• Place seasoned roast on a rack in a roasting pan.
• Roast in preheated 500º oven for 20 minutes.
• Turn oven heat down to 300º and roast for an additional 45 minutes.
• Remove from oven and allow to rest for 15 minutes before slicing.

Makes 3 pounds Italian Beef

A while back, I picked up some eye of the round for cheap. I like this cut of beef because it is very versatile. Hubby decided to make his version of Italian beef, and it is very easy to do! (said the woman that watches while he cooks)

OMG is this gooooooooooood!!

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Comments

  1. I bet M’honey would love this… I have never cooked an eye of round roast (or maybe I did once) and I have no clue what to do with one.. I know he likes them though… I’ll give this a shot one of these days!

  2. Little jealous here. How the heck did you find eye of round for $1.99/lb? On mark down I can only find it about $3.49/lb. and have bought it at that. Some of the marked down eye of round at $3.49/lb. don’t look so good, so can’t imagine how you got it that cheap.

  3. This does look good! Easy to make too. Thanks!

  4. I make a similar dish and attest that it is amazing! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday.

  5. This recipe has my mouth watering! Yum! Thanks for sharing with Delicious Dishes Recipe Party this week! Hope to see you again this Tuesday!

  6. Kerrin K. Overholt says:

    I always thought that eye of the round was fairly tough, and was better if it was cooked in a crock pot? But you’re saying tenderize it and cook for 20 min. at 500 Degrees? W O W. !!!!!! Isn’t it a little rare at this point? Even if you cook it for another 45 min. at 300 degrees including the time for resting?

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