Slow-Roasted Beef with Red Wine Pan Juices (For a Cheap Roast)
Why This Recipe Works
Looking for an inexpensive roast beef recipe, we cooked many types of roasts at a wide range of temperatures. The chuck-eye roast was on all counts the best cheap cut for slow roasting. It was more tender and flavorful than cuts from the lean and relatively tough round. We found it best to slow-roast a boneless chuck-eye roast at 250 degrees, until the meat reached a temperature of 130 degrees.