|Griddle, Sizzle and Sear|
|by Jenni Fleetwood|
Contains advice on what equipment to use, as well as hints and tips on the best griddling techniques.
Tip: Try seared roast for more results.
Results 1 - 6 of 6 for pan seared roast
Preheat Oven to 500°F. Rinse off roast with water and ... roast in pot. Sear the roast on ... in the roasting pan with 3 cups ... the Au-Jus and Enjoy!
Place prime rib ... 20 minute to sear meat. While meat ... When meat has seared, remove from ... from the roasting pan with 2 tablespoons ... Serve over sliced meat.
Preparation: 1. To ... Heat a roasting pan or large sauce ... of oil and sear the lamb racks ... hot pan and roast at 400 degrees ... on how heavily seared and how done ... greens. Yield: 8 portions
In dry Teflon pan with no oil added, sear the roast on both sides ... should be well seared, but not ... you cook it, the more tender the roast will be.
In large electric fry pan (14 inch) set dial on sear (approximately 450 to ... vegetables, more water if necessary, Continue simmering until vegetables are done.
Sear roast at 400°F 1/2 ... minutes. Pour over seared roast. Bake slow ... meat out of pan. Cool enough ... Reheat as needed. Serve in hamburger buns.
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