Did I mention that SO went on a school field trip 2 days ago? Well she did and she had lots of fun! When she came home for lunch, she regaled us with fun stories. Oh it's such a joy to hear her talk and express herself! She's 5 years old, but there are times, because of her choice of words, that she sounds like she's much older. It's kinda bittersweet because I hate to think of her growing up so quickly, but I also can't wait for her to be independent and see the world through her eyes. But it reminds me of how fast time flies. It feels like it was only yesterday when I rocked her to sleep at night. Sadly, those days are long gone. *insert a deep sigh* These days, she goes on school field trips with friends, picking apples from trees in a farm, brings back 4 of them at home, and teasingly asks me if I can make her a delicious dessert with it. Hayyyy. *insert another deep sigh*
So I am down to my last roasting piece of beef in the freezer. Winter is coming in a couple of months and I'll be able to ask my brother-in-law another 25 kilos care package. I feel like I am coming down with something. My throat is itchy. I've felt weak and vulnerable ever since I got rained on last Wednesday. So you can only imagine how lazy I felt on this Sunday morning. Which is why I thought I'd roast this piece of beef the easiest way I know how with a recipe I have already tried, tested, and approved.
In a baking dish, transfer the beef.
Pat dry with a kitchen towel.
Make several holes with a knife and stuff the holes with whole cloves of garlic.
Then add 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon of paprika, black pepper, and salt.
Rub all over well.
Transfer in a 210 degrees Celsius preheated oven and bake for 20 minutes.
Remove and cover meat with aluminum foil.
Let it rest for 10 minutes.
You have a beautiful medium-rare product which is how we like to enjoy our beef best.
If you like your meat more cooked, then add more baking time.
Serve and enjoy!
Lunch is served: Roast Beef