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Old 05-24-2015, 08:37 AM   #1
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Are there any cuts of beef,besides prime rib,that can be cooked med rare and still be tender and flavorful?? Thanks
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:43 AM   #2
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I don't think you can compare the traditional roast beef cuts to prime rib. A strip loin would be close. But both the strip loin and prime rib are steaks. Eye of the round or top sirloin would be what I would consider traditional roast beef cuts. They both need help in the flavor department. Seasoning 24 - 48 hours before helps.
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A top sirloin roast, roasted tenderloin, top round, steamship round and I'm sure there are others.

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I like
Tri tip. And
Top round

Lots of othere. The key with lesser roasts is to slice thin enough.
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A sirloin roast is really good
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Ninja has an important point. I did a English Roast (shoulder roast) last weekend. Not the most tender piece of beef there is, but very flavorful. Thinly sliced, it was perfect.



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