Rump roast or round steak is very easy to prepare and great for serving a large group of people. Rump roast can be served with just about any side dish you can imagine and is very versatile. It is also very tasty and has a very low fat content but it can also be tough if not prepared properly. By using a few different cooking techniques you will learn what methods and recipes you like best. The following three recipes are simple to prepare and will leave your guests wanting more.
Baked Rump Roast
This is about the easiest recipe you will find for rump roast but it turns out very good. Simply use about a four pound rump roast with one can or packet of french onion soup and a few tablespoons of vinegar. After placing the roast in a pan, pour the vinegar on it and set it an a preheated 350 degree oven. After the roast has cooked for an hour, add the onion soup to the pan and place back in the oven for about three more hours.
Italian Rump Roast In The Crock Pot
This is a very unique and tasty recipe that is also easy to prepare. Add a couple cans of tomato sauce, Italian seasoning mix, and a large jar of spagehhti sauce to a three or four pound roast. Put everything in your crock pot and season with garlic salt. Now top the roast with about a half cup of chopped onions and cook for a bout seven hours on the low setting. Serve over rice or pasta.
Grilled Rump Roast
This is my personal favorite and if you are short on time, this will be your best bet. You will need a four or five pound roast, a packet of onion soup mix, and a quarter cup of both mustard and water. The first thing you will need to do is brush the mustard on to the meat. Then you will drizzle the onion soup mix on the roast and then roll the meat in aluminum foil. Now simply grill the roast for about two hours over medium heat and you are ready to serve.
All three of these recipes are delicious and easy to prepare. You will just need to decide which one suits your taste. If you are short on time go with the grilled and if you have all day, you can try the crock pot recipe.
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