Roast Beef Recipe – Works on the BBQ or in the oven – BBQFOOD4U


welcome to barbecue food for you the backyard barbecue Channel today we’re going to be showing everyone how easy it is to cook up roast beef using your barbecue let’s get started today we’re using the Weber 22 and a half inch kettle filled up with nature’s own sugar maple hardwood charcoal take the charcoal and line it around five inches around half the barbecue and this is just a weber starter tube going to light it get things going now let’s go in the kitchen and get everything else prepped for the drip pan we’re going to use to make a little gravy when it’s all done to that I like to add one onion and two cloves of garlics chopped up but that’s optional to that once we get on the barbecue going to add 6 cups of water to keep a good eye on the temperature of the barbecue and the internal temp of the meat we’re going to be using our maverick ready check ET 732 good folks in maverick industry sent me two replacement probes after I sort of messed them up so let’s show you how to get them all set up on the barbecue before we get in the Maverick ready check all set up place your drip pan on add 6 cups of water it’s much easier doing this on the BBQ is entering the carry out on this style of barbecue place the BBQ probe right in the middle run the wires down through the air vents and the remote transmitter can just hang there but beef we’re going to be using today is a seven pound I have round roast start by taking paper towel and just gently dry it off then we’ll go in and trim off the thick pieces of fat not all of it but just the big chunks after you trim off the large chunks of fat just brush on some extra virgin olive oil giving it a good coating and we’re going to sprinkle on some salt and fresh cracked black pepper just got the beef on the barbecue take your internal temp probe place it into the thickest part that you can find right down deep in the middle and i’m going to add 8 ounces of hickory wood for a little bit of smoke everything’s looking good place the lid on sit back and let it cook with your barbecue set up like this it’s easy to cook low and slow 225 degrees is the temperature you’re looking for and this recipe you can also be done on your gas grill set up for indirect cooking sit back let the smoke roll it’s a nice day Rose has been on the barbecue for an hour now and it smells great let’s crack it open take a peek spin it around 180 degrees to ensure even cooking whoo looking good first thing take your temp probe out hot so put on another mint then just take it and spin it right around place your ultimate back on take the temp probe try and get in the deepest part right in the middle shut the lid let that keep cooking away Rose has been on for a little over two hours and i’m shooting for an internal temp of 135 degrees now i know everyone likes their beef different but when you get 10 degrees below your target tab fire up another chimney fold charcoal and get it on the barbecue so we can sear that roast on the outside now let’s pull the roast off take your temp probes out you just set it on the cutting board sure to remove the maverick BBQ Pro and the mean temperature probe before do in the next step take your chimney a little and dump it on give it a minute to get nice and hot and get started on the gravy take your drip pan and just add it into a pot and to that we’re slowly going to whisk in 3 tablespoons of white flour now just take your roast and give it a seer keep a close eye on it flipping it every 30 seconds or so just to get a nice brown crust on the outside smells so good once you have a nice sear take it off and it’s ready to serve internal temp in the middle of the roast is sitting at 132 degrees it’s cut it open see how it looks let’s take a knife cut it right down the middle give that a minute the red will start coming out in the meat BBQ roast beef hot off the grill time to eat barbecue roast beef hot off the grill and it’s time to eat be sure to subscribe for more barbecue videos and it’s easy to do barbecue food for you give it a try the list

87 Comments

  1. Excellent cook Jay. No chinese this just compliments.

  2. Wow that beef is juicy as! Looks deelish. Shared on FB for you!

  3. That would make fantastic roast beef sandwiches with horseradish cheddar sauce! Yum. Thanks for another great recipe and video!

  4. nice Jay! I have one in the fridge I'm preparing to cook, this is great motivation.

  5. Nice video and you gave clear instructions I really liked how you seared that roast at the end

  6. You rock this one Jay! Keep on cooking!ย 

  7. great bbq!

  8. Just a bit of horseradish on each bite. Delicious. I like how you use a fairly inexpensive grill to accomplish so much. I will be getting the weber this year.

  9. That is my weekend taken care of. Thanks!!

  10. Another great cook, Kinger!!

  11. Make a brisket

  12. And its bitter on the outside, Wackeldackel

  13. yum yum yum

  14. Where can I get that self draining cutting board?

  15. I used your reverse sear method on a Ball Tip roast aka "Butterball Roast" here in Calif.
    This worked fantastic and will now be my new go to method!
    Thank You!
    Randy

  16. Just can't understand why you would use a Weber and The Big Green Egg is sitting in the background. Go figure

  17. End result looked fantastic !
    How long was the overall cooking time ?

  18. best i Like IT and now i'm Hungry.
    bye bye from Berlin.

  19. Lecker ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. can I do this with a chuck blade roast? I noticed most people smoke them like a brisket.

  21. Thanks a lot for your video; clear and easy to follow instructions. It was a success for me.

  22. Low and slow with a sear before or after. oven or barbecue.
    And don't coat it in shit.
    A little oil and seasoning.
    Good video.

  23. what about the gravy? just water with drippings and an onion in it?

  24. Aren't you supposed to sear it first to lock juices in?

  25. the best..!!! better than gordon or jamie..

  26. MAN COOK MEAT! MEAT GOOD!

  27. Thanks a lot for the advices ! I always come back to the way you do it; everytime the results are excellent.

  28. Ehen you Cook with Gas did. it. also work ? (Sry Fort Myers Bad Grammatik im from Germany and im 12 years old i ask because i Want to help my dad ehhhh and MERRRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE)

  29. nic

  30. what was your total cook time

  31. I swear I can smell that dang roast all the way up here in my living room! Boy howdy!

  32. You need to rest it for at least thirty minutes. But it looked good.

  33. that looks amazing and you have lots of fun tools (i only have a big ass propane bbq grill lol) great job man!

  34. PERFECT.

  35. gonna give this a whirl this afternoon my 732 went for a crap yesterday i was doing a 6 pound chicken on my treager pissed me off

  36. fuckin americans and their damn bloody meat….smfh

  37. 140ยฐ eternal temp it should be.

  38. Thanks a lot for your video. Very helpful.

  39. there's still blood in it. you can get sick by eating parasitic worm eggs

  40. I was about to propane a roast, but after watching this, I'll do that half and half charcoal style (soo much tastier in charcoal). I may even do the olive oil thing as long as Popeye doesn't get mad.

  41. Hindus love to eat beef.

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  43. eww there's blood on it

  44. Why did u put water is it to cook on steam or what

  45. OMG that looks so good!

  46. Excellent video and a great looking beef roast

  47. I am trying to diet and I'm spending half my day looking at video's of BBQ roasts. Why am I like this? ๐Ÿ™

  48. Nice cooking bro

  49. Such a nice place to cook.

  50. I never thought about a pan with the onion and water, gravy stock.

  51. Crunchy outside, medium inside, perfect!

  52. Hmm, roasts are generally leaner cuts, so you propably want to go higher temp shorter duration of cook as to not dehydrate it too much. Also, you never remove temp probe from meat mid-cook! That hole left by probe was oozing meat juices. That piece propably came out good, but not as juicy as it cold've been… just saying

  53. Nice .i am from iran. But i think it is better to cook more because inside the meat is red and it needs to cook more.

  54. It look fantastic! good job!

  55. helpful video

  56. Nice! I wish I didn't live in apts. I cooked an 8 hour pork half loin, and everybody was complaining for their turn at the grill! lol

  57. Beef ๐Ÿ˜ท jerk

  58. Raw

  59. ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹

  60. Sorry to say but it's not properly cooked

  61. I LOVE BBQ

  62. Perfect!!

  63. This has been meat-glue-ified

  64. I love cows, pigs and chickens

  65. not cooked well.. Better eat raw fish

  66. But if it is still red that means its a little bit raw isnt that bad for health? Still i would devour that beef ๐Ÿคค

  67. Talk like a toss n eat like a pig well done

  68. Here in Africa we roast with our insticts…we can keep up with the degrees ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  69. Perfectly cooked! Good job!

  70. Your fantastic is amazing, salt and pepper….lol!!!

  71. Looks good brother send some please

  72. Thanks a lot for the technique and recipe. Excellent bbq.

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  74. Super

  75. Really should have rested that for about 30 minutes for sure before cutting it:/

  76. All that juice running away… didn't rest long enough

  77. Try to get the deepest part that is something we look for every Day and Night..

  78. Raww

  79. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฆƒ๐Ÿฆƒ๐Ÿฆƒ make another video with a cooking a turkey

  80. Hahaha amerikaners vir jou ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  81. It's not fully cooked

  82. Dude!!!!??? You edited out the searing at the end of cooking. That's the best part!! I could watch that for hours lol.

  83. My best culinary memory was in the UNITED STATE OF AMERICA.
    humble respect from France ๐Ÿ‘‹

  84. Bloody Mary meat

  85. I'm wondering if the smoke of the black charcoals are unhealthy.great roast btw

  86. The most technical mechanical cooking ever, not trying this lol

  87. Looking great what tech!!

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