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Low Temperature Roasting

Low temperature roasting is not to be confused with braising. This method is only for lean tender cuts of meat. You can use a temperature between the range of 160 - 200°F and a finishing temperature of 400 - 425°F for a crisp golden brown finish.



  • When cooking with low temperatures of 200 - 250 degrees,  the cooking time for large roasts will be quite long.


  • Smaller  cuts of meat such as chicken pieces, fresh sausages, and thick-cut chops  need only about 40 minutes of low-temperature cooking prior to  grilling.


  • Always  check the internal temperature of meats with an instant-read  thermometer or the oven meat probe to determine the degree of doneness.


  • If  you are going to “finish the cooking”  on the grill or with a high heat  sear then target an internal temperature at least 5 degrees below the  normal cooked temperature in order not to overcook the meat during the  final high heat stage of cooking.


Things to Notice when Roasting with Low Temperatures


When  cooking red meats in this mode you will notice that the color of the  meat is uniformly reddish even though the meat is thoroughly cooked. The  appearance of very red or pink meats can concern people who prefer  their meat medium or well done.


What is the solution? simply pop a few slices into the steam oven at low  temperatures and the redness will dissipate but not ruin the melt-in-your-mouth texture of the meat.




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