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Old 06-17-2012, 12:00 PM   #1
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I just picked up a boneless eye of round so what do I do with it? Thanks
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Old 06-17-2012, 12:14 PM   #2
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Eye of the Round is very lean.
Makes wonderful "deli-sliced beef" for sandwiches, especially French Dip.

I cook them at 275-325 or whatever temp strikes my mood at the time.
Time? Really don't know. Depends on temp and all of that. Probably 2-3 hours in my cookers.

Finish at 135-145 and rest till room temp.
It can be finished in the 120's also if you prefer.

Then into the refrig overnight to cool and firm up.

Slice paper thin and enjoy.

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Old 06-17-2012, 12:31 PM   #3
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I was thinking about trying it slice alike a tri tip. Will it be to tough for that?
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Old 06-17-2012, 01:03 PM   #4
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I may have messed it up when I cooked it , but i cooked one at about 300 till it was 140 degrees in the center , and it was the toughest , chewiest , worst piece of meat I've ever cooked.
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Old 06-17-2012, 01:24 PM   #5
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They are very lean and don't like to be taken past med rare. I'd a slow smoked till 115, then reverse sear, pull at 125 and rest for 30 minutes minimum, then slice thin across grain.

The leftover sammie idea is a great one.

Yeah, 140 (145 after rest) is too far.
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Old 06-17-2012, 01:34 PM   #6
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+1 on smoke to 120-125* (reverse sear if you like, but you don't want these done past medium rare), then slice very thin for sandwiches. These are lean and tough otherwise.
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Thanks guys. I picked it up whole for $2.99 a # so I just had to get it.. I hope I can turn it out.

Any Seasoning ideas. I was thinking Butcher BBQ Steak and Brisket rub or a mixture of Kosher salt, Black pepper, McCormick Rosted Garlic rub, and Chipotle powder. which is was I use on my steaks most of the time.
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Fresh ground pepper and kosher salt, and maybe some granulated garlic would work great.

Montreal steak seasoning is simple and effective too.
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Just had that for lunch at my brothers place, throw on a rub, indirect in his weber kettle, reverse sear, take it to about 125 then rest for 10 minutes. Medium rare and juicy, delicious. Oh, slice thin, pile high on kaiser rolls, spread a little home made horsey sauce and nice cheese...you are in business.
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Old 06-17-2012, 02:58 PM   #10
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We cook eye of round all the time. Wife rubs it down with lawrys,black pepper & garlic powder, toss it on the gasser to sear then turn down the heat and cook to rare then let it rest or if it's really nasty out sear it in a cast iron pan and finish in the oven @ 350.
With the left overs I mix up some brown gravy,throw the slices in just to warm them up and make a sammy with slightly toasted sliced Italian bread. Yummy!
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Old 06-17-2012, 07:56 PM   #11
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Fresh ground pepper and kosher salt, and maybe some granulated garlic would work great.

Montreal steak seasoning is simple and effective too.
El Ropo,

Do you use 1 part salt, 1 part pepper and one part garlic?

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I love pepper, so my mix is probably closer to 2 part fresh cracked pepper, 1 part kosher salt, 1 part garlic powder, but I prefer granulated garlic powder if you can get a hold of some.

I always eyeball the ratios, nothing is exact. I use a similar concoction on burgers.
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Thank you Sir! I will give it a go. I like pepper... Black Pepper, White Pepper and Red Pepper... I just hate grinding the chit with a mortar and pestle BUT that beats a hand mill any day! Kosher salt is a good choice!

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Thank you Sir! I will give it a go. I like pepper... Black Pepper, White Pepper and Red Pepper... I just hate grinding the chit with a mortar and pestle BUT that beats a hand mill any day! Kosher salt is a good choice!

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do something else ...make Bresaola (airdried cured beef) from it..

here you see how to..

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