Sirloin Roast Dinner

Sunday's are for Family, Relaxing, Walking and Roast Dinners.

Here we have the most premium Sirloin Beef joint accompanied by the best beef dripping roast potatoes, honey roast parsnips & carrots, Yorkshire puddings and roasted onion.

After your relaxing morning stroll it's time for action! (Make sure to get your Beef out of the fridge before your stroll 🙂

Is a Sunday complete without a Roast dinner?

AuthorNick
Category
DifficultyIntermediate
Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time1 hr 45 mins

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Roast Dinner
 1.70 kg Sirloin Beef Joint
 5 Carrots
 4 Parsnips
 4 Red onions
 1 kg Roasting potatoes
 Beef dripping
 1 Jar of Horseradish
 1 Pot of gravy
 170 g Plain flour
 2 Eggs
 170 ml Milk
Dessert
 1 Burtree pudding
 1 Kerrymaid custard

Method

Beef
1

Get your Beef joint out the fridge 3 hours+ before cooking. (We need it at room temperature)

2

Pre-heat the oven to 200c.

3

Season the Sirloin join with good quality salt and pepper.

4

Slide into oven for 10 minutes at 200c and then lower temperature to 130c. (add red onions once oven is turned down to 130c)

5

Roast for 1 hour and 30 minutes and check with a temperature probe. (Probe to centre of the beef once it reaches 57c take out for medium rare)

Roast potatoes
6

Peel potatoes

7

Chop to preferred size

8

Steam or boil until soft (Roughly 20 minutes)

9

Put roasting tray in oven with beef dripping to melt

10

Pour into cullender and leave them for 5 minutes (Let them dry)

11

Add to hot roasting tray and season with salt

12

Cook until golden brown. (Turn potatoes in pan to cover evenly with dripping)

Honey roast parsnips and carrots
13

Peel the parsnips and carrots

14

Leave in big chunks when placed in the steamer (This holds the flavour better)

15

Steam for roughly 20 minutes or until soft

16

Once cooked pour into cullender and leave for 5 minutes

17

GLAZE - mix 5 table spoons of oil, 3 table spoons of honey and season

18

Cut carrots and parsnips to preferred size and mix with honey glaze

19

Place in oven until golden brown. (Roughly 25 minutes at 180c)

Yorkshire puddings
20

Preheat baking tray with oil in each section

21

Mix flour and eggs together

22

Add milk and whisk to smooth batter

23

Pour into hot oil baking tray half way up the mould

24

Cook for 20 minutes at 180c

The key to creating this stunning roast dinner is timings. Please watch our YouTube video for guidance. 🙂

Ingredients

Roast Dinner
 1.70 kg Sirloin Beef Joint
 5 Carrots
 4 Parsnips
 4 Red onions
 1 kg Roasting potatoes
 Beef dripping
 1 Jar of Horseradish
 1 Pot of gravy
 170 g Plain flour
 2 Eggs
 170 ml Milk
Dessert
 1 Burtree pudding
 1 Kerrymaid custard

Directions

Beef
1

Get your Beef joint out the fridge 3 hours+ before cooking. (We need it at room temperature)

2

Pre-heat the oven to 200c.

3

Season the Sirloin join with good quality salt and pepper.

4

Slide into oven for 10 minutes at 200c and then lower temperature to 130c. (add red onions once oven is turned down to 130c)

5

Roast for 1 hour and 30 minutes and check with a temperature probe. (Probe to centre of the beef once it reaches 57c take out for medium rare)

Roast potatoes
6

Peel potatoes

7

Chop to preferred size

8

Steam or boil until soft (Roughly 20 minutes)

9

Put roasting tray in oven with beef dripping to melt

10

Pour into cullender and leave them for 5 minutes (Let them dry)

11

Add to hot roasting tray and season with salt

12

Cook until golden brown. (Turn potatoes in pan to cover evenly with dripping)

Honey roast parsnips and carrots
13

Peel the parsnips and carrots

14

Leave in big chunks when placed in the steamer (This holds the flavour better)

15

Steam for roughly 20 minutes or until soft

16

Once cooked pour into cullender and leave for 5 minutes

17

GLAZE - mix 5 table spoons of oil, 3 table spoons of honey and season

18

Cut carrots and parsnips to preferred size and mix with honey glaze

19

Place in oven until golden brown. (Roughly 25 minutes at 180c)

Yorkshire puddings
20

Preheat baking tray with oil in each section

21

Mix flour and eggs together

22

Add milk and whisk to smooth batter

23

Pour into hot oil baking tray half way up the mould

24

Cook for 20 minutes at 180c

The key to creating this stunning roast dinner is timings. Please watch our YouTube video for guidance. 🙂

Sirloin Roast Dinner

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