Shabbat Roast

shabbat roast by the kosher foodies

Sometimes, the idea of cooking a big shabbat dinner can be pretty daunting. I mean, meat, roasts, sides, veggies, but then you come across super simple recipes for the main dish that taste so great and are pretty impressive, and you think to yourself, “hey, I can do this every week!”

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That’s what this roast was to me. Not that I don’t love making crazy complicated dishes, especially fancy main ones, but when you come across an easy roast recipe, it’s great to try and simplify the rest of the day, especially when you’re feeding a dozen people, all with different taste buds.

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This recipe is adapted (loosely) from a friend of mine, who made it on the same day. Both our recipes were a hit.

Shabbat Roast

Ingredients:

  • 1 split minute roast 
  • Salt and pepper
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 onions, thinly sliced
  • 1 cup tomato sauce
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 cup water

Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

2. Cover the roast with salt, pepper, and garlic.

3. In a large pan, brown the roast for 4-5 minutes on each side in the olive oil.

4. Place the sliced onions in an oven proof dish and top with the roast.

5. Make the sauce: combine the brown sugar, tomato sauce, vinegar, and water. Mix well.

6. Pour the sauce over the roast and cover.

7. Cook for one hour.

8. Uncover the roast and cook for another hour.

9. Remove roast from pan and cover, to rest, at least 15 minutes.

10. Slice the roast into thin slices.

11. If your sauce is thin, reduce in a small pot over high heat for 10 minutes. Pour over the roast.

  • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ steph

    this was DELICIOUS! mmm, especially loved the onions!

  • http://www.confident-cook.com/ Hindy Garfinkel

    That roast looks perfect. I want to eat some of those onions!

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ Jessica

      so make it and eat them!!

  • http://www.ronniefein.com/ Ronnie Fein

    It’s so awful and rainy here and that meat looks so warm and comforting. I can practically smell the gravy!

  • Prag

    hmmm looks so good, and glad there’s not ketchup in there.

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ Jessica

      funny you should say that! that’s what i love about this recipe, too

  • Sarah Klinkowitz

    I want to put this with some mashed potatoes and eat! Soo hungry!

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ Jessica

      mashed potatoes would go great with this!

  • http://Www.DinnerInVenice.com/ alessandra @DinnerInVenice

    All those onions, simply wonderful.

  • http://joyofkosher.com/ Tamar Genger

    Looks easy and delicious, perfect for Shabbat.

  • http://YeahThatsKosher.com Dani Klein

    Def shabbat food!

  • Whitney @ Jewhungry

    YUM! Classic, delicious, yum.

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ Jessica

      that’s exactly it. classic.

  • LilMissCakes

    Looks amazing!

    • http://thekosherfoodies.com/ Jessica

      it was!

  • Chanie@BusyInBrooklyn

    Classic Shabbat or holiday dish – can’t go wrong with it!

  • http://thejewishhostess.com/ Thejewishhostess

    I have minute steak in the freezer- just waiting till next week to try this great looking recipe!

  • http://www.thisamericanbite.com/ This American Bite

    I feel like it took me a long time to find confidence with red meat — I can completely relate to this post.

  • SZ

    How many pounds is the roast?

  • Terri

    what did you mean by splitting the meat?