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VB: Summer Roast Beef with Dill Sauce

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  • icewombat
    Message 1 of 1 , May 6, 1999
      >Isn't it wonderful when summer's approaching and you can try all these
      >summery recipes you've collected over the years? :oD This roast beef can be
      >eaten hot or cold with a hot sauce flavored with dill and red wine.
      >
      >SUMMER ROAST BEEF WITH DILL SAUCE
      >Sommarrostbiff med dillsas
      >
      >Serves 8
      >
      >1 kg boneless beef from shoulder or roast beef
      >1 tsp thyme
      >1 tsp herbal salt
      >� tsp black pepper
      >1� dl finely chopped green herbs such as parsley,
      >dill, and chives
      >
      >Sauce:
      >3 dl meat juice + meat stock
      >2 tsp soy sauce
      >2 dl red wine
      >2 tsp arrowroot
      >1� dl finely chopped dill
      >
      >
      >Heat the oven to 125�C/225�F. Put the meat on an oven-proof dish. Season
      >with thyme, herbal salt, and pepper. Sprinkle with the green herbs and
      >insert a meat thermometer. Put in the oven until the inner temperature is
      >what you want it to be for medium rare/well done (sorry for not being able
      >to give you the exact figures!). Take it out and wrap in aluminum foil.
      >
      >Pour meat juice + stock in the dish and whisk around. Strain the gravy in a
      >saucepan. Add soy sauce and wine and let boil for a few minutes. Stir down
      >the arrowroot mixed with some cold water. Bring once again to a boil and
      >flavor with salt and pepper. Add the dill.
      >
      >Cut the meat in slices and serve with the sauce and grilled vegetables such
      >as aubergine, squash, onions, and tomatoes.
      >
      >Enjoy!
      >
      >Bella
      >
      >
      >Conversion:
      >1 qt = 4 cups = 950 ml (milliliters)
      >1 cup = 8 fl oz = 237 ml
      >1 fl oz = 29.6 ml
      >100 ml (1 dl) = 0.42 cup
      >1 liter = 1000 ml = 1.05 qt
      >1 pound = 454 g
      >1 ounce = 28 g
      >100 g = 0.2 lb
      >100 - 150oC = 212 - 300oF
      >175 - 225oC = 350 - 425oF
      >250oC = 475oF
      >275oC = 525oF
      >
      >
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