posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 06:36 PM
College football time equals sandwich time! This is a killer rub for making amazing roast beef sandwiches.
What you need is:
A sheet tray
A roasting rack
Here's the rub
12 oz black pepper course ground.
4 oz coriander course grind
1.5 oz dried thyme
1 oz mustard powder
1.5 lbs Worcester sauce
12 oz grapeseed oil
Combine all ingredients.
It's just a rub. Rub your beef with a good amount of salt on both sides. Then use grapeseed oil and coat the entire beef so it has a good amount of
oil. Now apply the rub evenly and liberally but not to heavy where it will cake up.
Place the beef on a sheet tray with a roasting rack in a 300 degree oven. Depending on the size of your beast it could take up to 3 1/2 hours until
you reach the desired temp of 110.
Pull the beef and place it if you can in your fridge or someplace to cool it. Let it rest! Let it rest for a good few hours if not overnight. You want
this roast beef to slice perfectly.
Voila, a beautiful roast beef for slicing.
This pic was taken in my kitchen after I sliced it and brought it home from work