To cook a frozen beef roast without defrosting it first, simply allow 50 percent more cooking time than the recipe specifies. All other steps remain the same. More »

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Frozen roast beef should be cooked 50 percent longer than thawed cuts, according to Canada Beef. For example, a 2-pound roast that would normally take approximately two and a half hours to cook instead takes three hours ... More »

The shelf life of frozen meat depends on the type of meat, with beef, veal, lamb and pork lasting between four months and twelve months and poultry lasting between nine months and a year. Whether or not the meat has been... More »

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Frozen roast beef should be cooked 50 percent longer than thawed cuts, according to Canada Beef. For example, a 2-pound roast that would normally take approximately two and a half hours to cook instead takes three hours ... More »

A beef roast is cooked in a 375 degrees Fahrenheit oven for 20 minutes per pound. The exact cooking time depends on the size of the roast. The roast is done when it reaches between 135 and 150 degrees Fahrenheit on a mea... More »

To roast beef in an oven, select the grade of your choice, season it with flavors and roast it at low temperatures to retain the juices. To obtain restaurant-type browning in oven-roast meat, dry-heat the meat while unco... More »

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The appropriate cooking time and the proper cooking temperature is based on the cut of beef as well as the weight of the roast. A standard tenderloin roast cooks at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for 60 to 70 minutes or until th... More »