Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Cooking Time

Anybody have any good suggestions for cooking a Top Round roast? It's about 2 inches thick and 4.5 pounds total. My cookbook only gives broiling or pan-frying time for 1 inch of thickness. It is marinating in a teriyaki sauce for the day. We're having some neighbors over for dinner and don't want to scare them off!:)


Anonymous said...

Becci, I put mine in either a slow cooker or crock pot. Make sure the fluid levels around it stay above the top and let it go! I like cooking them this way because they get super tender and stay juicy. It ought to be good no matter how you cook it with the teryaki marinade.

**Brandi from LAM

Just Another Day In Paradise said...

I have read your blog for awhile now and never commented- but I have to share this roast recipe with you.
It's the easiest thing in the world and it is the best, most tender roast you'll ever taste.
You have to buy "kitchen Bouquet"
it is in the aisle in the grocery store by the bbq sauces. It's a rather small brown bottle with a yellow label I think. Just brush it over the whole roast. Put in a 9x13 pan and fill the pan up half way with water. Cover with foil and bake at 325 for 4 hours.
It's delicious! Enjoy

purple_kangaroo said...

I almost always cook any kind of roast this way.