Tender Roast Beef, with Mustard and Cream Baked Leeks
Tender Roast Beef, with Mustard and Cream Baked Leeks

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The ingredients needed to make Tender Roast Beef, with Mustard and Cream Baked Leeks:
  1. Get 750 grams nice beef joint
  2. Get 2 carrots
  3. Get 2 stick celery
  4. Prepare 1 bay leaf
  5. Take 1 sage
  6. Prepare 1 thyme
  7. Take 1 rosemary
  8. Take 3 large leeks
  9. Prepare 250 ml milk
  10. Make ready 25 grams flour
  11. Get 25 grams butter
  12. Make ready 100 grams cheddar
  13. Prepare 25 grams hard cheese
  14. Prepare 1 1/2 tbsp wholegrain mustard
  15. Take 1 tsp English mustard
  16. Prepare 1 cup breadcrumbs
  17. Take 2 bay leaves
  18. Take 1 cornflour

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Instructions to make Tender Roast Beef, with Mustard and Cream Baked Leeks:
  1. Set the oven to around 220c.Chop up the carrots, celery and 2 bay leaves and dress with a very little oil, in a roasting tray. Stick this in the oven while you prepare the meat.
  2. Rub the meat with a tiny bit more oil and then rub over a mix of a little sage, rosemary, thyme, salt, and pepper. Gentle with these, you want background flavour- cook the beef right and that should be the main event. Stick this in the roasting tray and cook at 220c for about 20 minutes, till the outside is looking cooked.
  3. Put the temperature down to 125c. Should be about 35 minutes, plus 35 for every 500g. As with all roasts, better to do it by temperature. 50c is rare, 65c medium and anything over that you’re reading the wrong blog. So you have time now.
  4. Chop up the leeks, and put them in a pan of cold water. Bring this to the boil for three minutes then drain in a colander, rinsing with cold water to stop the cooking process.
  5. To make the sauce, start by making a simple white sauce, by bringing the milk, butter and flour to the boil, stirring constantly. When it comes to the boil, simmer for 2 minutes then remove from the heat. Add 100g of the cheese while it’s still hot enough to melt it, then stir in the mustards and a little salt and pepper.
  6. Put the leeks in a medium ovenproof dish, pour over the sauce, then sprinkle the remaining cheese and the breadcrumbs on top.
  7. You should bake this about 15 minutes before your meat is finished, turning the heat up to about 200c when you remove the meat to get the top a nice golden brown.
  8. Get the roasting tray and remove the carrots and leeks and bay leaf with a slotted spoon- these are aromatics, to add flavour to the meal, so you don’t need to eat them, but sometimes they come out lovely, and make a nice side. You should have a bunch of scud and burned bits in the bottom of the tray- these can be used to make an amazing, flavourful gravy. Simply but the tray on a hob, add about half a pint of beef stock and a teaspoon of cornflour, and boil it down, scraping up the burnt bits and stirring as you go till it reaches a nice consistency. If you like your gravy thin, don’t use cornflour, if you like it as a lump of beefy jelly, add a tablespoon, but make sure you cook it out, or it will taste floury and horrible.
  9. Serve it all up, with some greens because you need your five a day (I went with steamed kale, dressed with a little salt to take away the bitter tang) eat it all up, and bear in mind that that much leek and cream may cause a little post roast flatulence!

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