Cooking a Frozen Roast?
How large is the frozen roast that can be cooked for four hours?
Add your voice! Click below to answer. ThriftyFun is powered by your wisdom! Judy Gold Post Medal for All Time! 677 Posts January 10, 2019 1 found this helpful
According to this article, a 4 pound roast takes 2 hours. An 8 pound roast would take 4 hours.
www.columbiatribune.com/ .../ 311269869 February 15, 2019 1 found this helpful
A 4 pound frozen roast only takes 2hrs at 300 degrees? I'm really surprised.
Hello Bronze Post Medal for All Time! 107 Posts January 10, 2019 0 found this helpful
basically the formula is for every 2 lbs of roast cook for 1 hour at standard baking time (IE 425 in case of meat)
January 13, 2019 1 found this helpful
I believe there are too many variables to give you a very accurate answer.
Generally it will take a frozen roast about 50% longer to cook than one that is defrosted. Your question is odd as usually you have ?? pound roast that is frozen or defrosted and you might ask how long would it take to cook.. The variables: What temperature will you be cooking your roast? Will you be using a regular oven or a confection oven? Will you be using a range oven or a counter top oven? Will you be using a slow cooker? It is recommended to NOT use a slow cooker if roast is frozen. But you can cook a frozen roast in an Instant Pot if you happen to have this appliance. www.365daysofcrockpot.com/ .../ I think you should check the size of roast you need (servings?) and look for instructions on cooking that size frozen roast on the Internet as there are some very easy to follow suggestions on numerous sites. www.leaf.tv/ .../ You will really need a meat thermometer as your roast needs to reach 145% to be properly cooked. April 6, 2019 0 found this helpful
Can I cook a 3-4 lb. frozen Chuck Roast in the oven ,in a bag . ..... slowly like ?6?
hours at ?...200° ??? Thanx March 1, 2020 0 found this helpful
Dont cook at 200 youll burn it
April 22, 2020 0 found this helpful
I think that was at 425 not 300 but I could be mistaken
September 1, 2020 0 found this helpful
Most temperatures are in F 200F is low, 200C is high - almost 400F
September 28, 2020 0 found this helpful
If you cook the roast covers at 200 it WILL NOT burn it slowly brings the meat to at most 200° Wich is higher than it needs to be but is ok the roast beads to be at least 145° to be done I've done this multiple times and even left it cooking longer than needed the roast came out fork tender and juicy every time
March 25, 2021 0 found this helpful
means 200 F not 200 C
Anonymous October 23, 2022 0 found this helpful
Confusion rules supreme here
Celsius and Fahrenheit used interchangeably Slow cookers and traditional levels as well And has anyone who commented here Actually cooked roasted meat from frozen?
I would appreciate clarifucation about this since more and more I am forgetting to take out frozen meat for enough time for it to melt
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