For Christmas I usually do either a prime rib or tenderloin. But this year I’m inclined to make a roast that doesn't conflict as much with my other seasonal tradition - tuition payment panic.
So, are there any less costly cuts (of beef) you think work particularly well roasted? Not a braise or pot roast - a classic roast beef type roast beef. Understanding it may not be quite as tender/perfect as a prime rib, ribeye roast or tenderloin – which do you think is next best?
amysarah is a trusted home cook.asked almost 5 years ago
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