How long to cook beef joint?

A perfectly cooked beef joint makes a wonderful centrepiece for a Sunday roast or Christmas dinner. To cook it until it’s so tender it falls apart, you’ll need to choose a joint like chuck and blade or beef brisket and either braise, slow roast or slow cook it for at least a couple of hours.

How long does it take to cook top side beef?

Topside beef is so easy to carve, with no bones and not much fat, it can be carved into thick or thin slices easily with a large sharp knife. The joint seen in these pictures is 1.5kg Topside beef from Tesco’s, we cooked it for 1 hour 15 minutes for a medium-rare result.

Cook in the preheated oven at 160°C Fan / 180°C / 350°F / Gas Mark 4 For 1 hour 10 minutes. The cooking time stated here is for 1.5 kg cooked medium-rare. See blog post for smaller or larger beef joint cooking times or for rare, medium or well-done roasting time.

How long do you cook beef on top of foil?

Halfway through cooking give the beef a quick basting using the liquid from the bottom of the tray. Take the foil off for the final 10-25 minutes (depending on doneness), give another quick baste and allow the topside beef joint to brown.

How to cook a beef shoulder petite tender?

Ingredients1 tbsp (15 m. L) chopped fresh parsley1 tsp (5 m. L) dried thyme1 tsp (5 m. L) paprika2 cloves garlic, minced1 Petite Shoulder Tender Beef Oven Roast (approx 500 g)Kosher salt and coarse pepper1 tbsp (15 m. L) vegetable oil1 tbsp (15 m. L) Dijon mustard.

Select a roast that is bright red in color with little marbling from fat. Place a small amount of oil in a heavy pan over medium heat. A couple more ideas to look into are: cover and simmer, cook until fork-tender, and add your liquid.