Standing rib eye roast beef

Standing rib eye roast beef is one of my favourite roasts. The meat near the rib bones is always tender and it’s always moist. Not as much flavour as the blade and other cuts but the fatty loose tissue near the bone is to die for.

With Australia Day coming up on Tuesday 26 January I was thinking of either lamb or beef. There is now an undue amount of commercial pressure to eat lamb on Australia Day. The advertising campaign has been very successful. Check out this year’s advertisement. I’m sorry there is a little Channel 7 at the end.

So I’ve decided to cook the rib eye roast tonight and I’ll have lamb on Australia Day.

Standing rib eye roast beef
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: [url href=”http://garylum.me” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”]Gary Lum[/url]
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Standing rib eye roast 1 kilogram
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  • Onion
  • Lemon
  • Carrots
  • Red quinoa
  • White quinoa
  • Green peppercorns
  • Kale coleslaw
  • Mixed nuts crushed
  • Kensington Pride mango
Instructions
  1. In a baking tray may a trivet with onion and add the lemon, quinoa, and carrots
  2. Cook at 140 °C for thee hours
  3. Prepare a salad with kale coleslaw, crushed mixed nuts and mango
  4. When the roast is finished cooking, all it to rest for 20 minutes
  5. Scoop out the quinoa and peppercorns and add to the coleslaw as a dressing
  6. Cut between the bones and vacuum pack on half for another meal
  7. Serve up and shoot a photograph
  8. Eat the meal and hope I can digest it all before dessert
  9. Wash the dishes
  10. Write the recipe
  11. Blog (verb)
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Here are some photographs of my rib eye roast. It was worth waiting for this.

Photograph of Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Photograph of baking tray with vegetables
Baking tray with vegetables
Photograph of Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Photograph of Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Roast rib eye beef standing rib roast
Standing rib eye roast beef with mango, quinoa, kale and nut coleslaw served with carrots, onion and green peppercorns
Standing rib eye roast beef with mango, quinoa, kale and nut coleslaw served with carrots, onion and green peppercorns

Earlier in the afternoon I had a Full Moon cake from Ricardo’s cafe and patisserie at Jamison.

Photograph of Full Moon from Ricardo's cafe and patisserie
Full Moon from Ricardo’s cafe and patisserie

Do you like rib eye roast beef? How do you cook it?

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10 Responses

    1. A low slow approach seems to always work Lorraine. I really like that bit of meat just next to the bone where all the fat and flesh seems to be the most tender and tasty. The full moon was a shell of white chocolate with chocolate mousse inside and some citrus curd crunchy balls in the mousse. It was really nice.

  1. We don’t have this cut of meat in Turkey, not even in Istanbul so it appear.

    I am now taking in the thrills of Istanbul. I was in a restaurant that specialise in regional Turk cuisine on the Asian side of Istanbul recently. Despite the cold front, I got on the ferry just for the food. I had wild artichoke with beef, an Ottoman dish of stuffed quince with lamb and almonds and some kind of pasta with beef and greens.

    1. The butcher I frequent only speaks Turkish.

      I don’t have an oven in my flat. Until I know what my plans are, I am reluctant to invest in an oven; I do miss the cooking and baking but it will do for now.

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