Large roasts are always a hit at holidays, family gatherings, special occasions, and my personal favorites birthday parties.
There are a few key elements to making a moist and flavorful roast.
First let us talk time-To begin you need to know how heavy the roast is, you will need to cook twenty minutes for every pound. You will also need an extra fifteen to twenty minutes after cooking for resting.
To prepare the roast start by completely patting it dry with paper towels.
Get oven preheated to 425'. Move roast to a baking sheet.
Next lightly coat the surface with olive oil.
Now very lightly season the roast, to much will over power the simplicity of a good roast. Start with the following:
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
Move roast to oven and cook fifteen minutes just to crisp up the outside.
Drop oven temperature to 350' and cook twenty minutes per pound, subtracting the fifteen minutes from the total cook time.
Remove roast from oven and move to cutting board to let rest fifteen to twenty minutes, if desired tent with aluminum foil.
Slice evenly and serve immediately, cheers.