All Beef Roasts Are Not the Same

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Can all roasts be cooked the same?

All Beef Roasts Are Not the Same

If you are preparing to cook a beef roast, you should keep in mind that different cuts of meat will require different roasting times.

Ribeye (3 pounds, boneless)
Oven Temperature: 350 degrees F.
Internal Temperature: 140 degrees F.
Cooking Time: 13 minutes per pound for rare meat

Rib Roast (5 pounds, bone-in)
Oven Temperature: 300 degrees F.
Internal Temperature: 140 degrees F.
Cooking Time: 25 minutes per pound for rare meat

Tenderloin (3 pounds)
Oven Temperature: 425 degrees F for the first 15 minutes, then 350 degrees F
Internal Temperature: 140 degrees F.
Cooking Time: 10 minutes per pound for rare meat

Brisket (5 pounds)
Oven Temperature: 375 degrees F.
Internal Temperature: 140 degrees F.
Cooking Time: 30 minutes per pound for rare meat

   

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