Cooking Methods - How to Roast Meat
15th June 2013
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  • Position the oven shelves so the meat is in the centre of the oven
  • place the joint uncovered on a wire rack in a roasting tin ensuring any fat is on the top. This allows the juices to run down and baste the joint nautrally.
  • when roasting beef and lamb joints, the secret is to cook the joints in a moderate oven for slightly longer to ensure even cooking.
  • Remember to weigh beef and lamb joints before calculating your preferred cooking time
  • Allow the joint to rest for 5-10 minutes after cooking to let the meat fibres relax and the juiced distribute evenly so the joint is moist and easy to carve.
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