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What to do With English Roast?

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  • JeffJ
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    • Feb 2015
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    • Michigan
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    What to do With English Roast?

    My in-laws gave me a couple of frozen English roasts. I've always regarded them as a poor man's chuck roast - not nearly as marbled. I've used them for pot roast and that's about it. Are there any other dishes they are optimal for?
  • boftx
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    • Jul 2014
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    • Las Vegas, NV
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    #2
    If they can make for good pot roast then it sounds like you could smoke them for a while for flavor instead of searing then braise or put them in a crock pot to get really tender and shred for tacos, enchiladas, taquitos, chile relleno, stew, chili, etc.

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    • jgreen
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      • Oct 2014
      • 2742
      • Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
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      #3
      Not quite sure what that cut is, but if somewhat similar to chuck, it would grind into some great burgers if you add some fat.

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      • RonB
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        • Apr 2016
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        • Near Richmond VA
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        #4
        Ya might want to try Baltimore Pit Beef. That uses a cheaper clod of beef that doesn't have much marbling.

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        • EdF
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          Yeah, sounds like the number (or Italian beef, which is similar). Or sous-vide.

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