Roast Beef au Jus

When jus is more This recipe is so simple yet yields one of the best flavored roast, that is if you...

When jus is more

This recipe is so simple yet yields one of the best flavored roast, that is if you like jus, and we do.

This makes one heck of a po-boy but I often cook the roast first for dinner and slice it thin to serve on top of rice or potatoes, along with the savory jus saving the leftovers for a later round of mouthwatering, au jus dripping sandwiches.

Even though the roast beef comes out of the oven juicy and flavorful, it is the jus that shines in this recipe. Folks, as good as the roast is, it really is all about the jus. Enjoy!



Roast Beef au Jus

3 to 4 pound sirloin tip center roast
6 tablespoons soy sauce
3 tablespoons Worcestershire
fresh ground black pepper
1 -15.5 oz beef broth
2 sweet onions, sliced

Place roast in a sealable bag along with the soy sauce and Worcestershire. Let set for about 45 minutes at room temperature.

Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

Place roast on a rack in a roasting pan, and sprinkle with black pepper. Reserve marinade. Place pan in the center of the oven. Roast for 15 minutes to sear the outside of the meat.

Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F.

Place onions on top of roast, add the soy & Worcestershire along with the beef broth. Insert meat thermometer into the thickest part of the roast and cook to desired temperature. Baste with the mixture occasionally. For rare, remove when internal temperature reaches 115 degrees ( it should be around 120 after resting) / for medium-rare, remove at 125 (about 130) / and for medium, remove at 135 (about 140).

After removing from oven, tent with foil and let rest 10 minutes. Slice thin and serve the sliced beef with the jus.

Note: if cooking on the rare side, soften onions by removing to a saucepan along with a little jus and bring to a simmer on the stove.

For another au jus recipe using pan drippings, see my recipe for Homemade au Jus I used with hamburger steak sandwiches.

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  1. I like the simple and good recipes, they're the best;-) I'll have to hide this from my husband, he's getting chicken tonight but I know he would prefer a steak sandwich with your au jus sauce;-)

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  2. Is it really that easy? Because I love this and I am all about ease. It really pleases.

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  3. I love this simple one too! Once I made a 20 pounder for the whole family! OMG what a roast that was :) Have a great week Drick!

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  4. Roast Beef Au Jus was my favorite sandwich when we lived in the U.S. Now I know what I'm making this weekend. :)

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  5. I have had beef in I cant remember how long! I now after seeing this can see what I am missing this is mouth watering... have a great weekend !

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  6. I can imagine that intensely beefy flavor right now. Even reading this over breakfast it sounds fantastic!

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  7. Oh my gosh. My mouth is DROOOOLING!

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  8. For rare....oh yeah, for rare! That's the one problem I've had with many roast beef au jus recipes, they cook the heck out of the meat for the jus. I'm so glad you included rare! It looks like a fantastic recipe, Drick. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. What a mouthwatering roast beef! This looks so delicious and simple. Great recipe!

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  10. I want that right now. Looks good. Thanks

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  11. it's lunch time here and I am salivating, oh drick i love roast beef au jus!! thanks for making me hungry, frienh..have a great weekend!

    sweetlife

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  12. I could use an au jus sandwich right now! I am going to have to bookmark this.

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  13. Oh yeah, I can totally see this made into a poboy! I would be all over it! Elbows on the table and lots of napkins. Jus=heaven. Thank you my friend, as always another great recipe.

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  14. This is so amazingly easy! I was waiting for this one!

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  15. Omg, you are SO right - this would make a legendary po boy. Now if only we could get the right kind of bread up here ...

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  16. The jus looks amazing. The jus really makes a difference to the roast.

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  17. Oh man, that is super delicious! Holy cow...

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  18. This roast looks absolutely mouth-watering good and the Jus is fab! I know a few young men at my house who would devour this, and the poboys sound like a great idea! Thanks for the fantastic recipe!

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  19. The roast beef au jus looks like an interesting dish to try. It seems like it's quite easy to make. Great post, thank you.

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  20. It's in the oven now! The men in my family are going to be very happy tonight. Thanks!

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