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    • Rikki
    • By Rikki 31st Mar 09, 1:25 PM
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    • 31st Mar 09, 1:25 PM
    I cook mine in the oven at 180c (160c as I have a fan oven) and I keep it covered all the time.
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    • SunnyGirl
    • By SunnyGirl 31st Mar 09, 1:27 PM
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    • 31st Mar 09, 1:27 PM
    I use Delia's method of searing the beef off in a very hot pan first then roasting it on high & turning the oven down after that. It's always delicious it should be on the website www.deliaonline.com HTH
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    • 31st Mar 09, 2:18 PM
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    Thank you for the quick replies, I will have a look at the Delia link. Rikki, do you cook with any liquid in the tin when covered.
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    • 31st Mar 09, 2:20 PM
    Thank you for the quick replies, I will have a look at the Delia link. Rikki, do you cook with any liquid in the tin when covered.
    Originally posted by car25
    Nope.
    I may add a little lard to grease the tin but that's it.
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  • tattoed bum
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    • 31st Mar 09, 4:44 PM
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    • 31st Mar 09, 4:44 PM
    when i used to cater for the elderly i used to cook this on gas 4 or 180 with a little water in the bottom of the dish and cover with foil this makes it really tender .
    the water also helps when making the lovely beef gravy as well
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