Question by  Shelby11 (2)

What should the internal temperature of roast beef be for medium rare?

I always seem to overcook it.


Answer by  Nessamelda (87)

For medium rare the Roasting thermometers always say about 145 F. I find it better to pull the beef out of the oven at about 140 and then let it rest in a warm place for about fifteen minutes, by which time the retained heat has made it perfect.


Answer by  kbbaybee16 (350)

to get your roast beef just right to have it juicy and not rubbery tasting. you need to not only make sure that you cook it at the right temperature but also correct internal temp which is 145 degrees F. Slow cooking makes it juicy too for your enjoyment! hope this helps


Answer by  julie39 (171)

Remove the roast from oven when the internal tempature reads 140 degrees. Then cover with foil and let it rest for approx 15-20 minutes.


Answer by  Anonymous

The classical definition of medium rare is closer to 130-135, but if you prefer to let the usda redefine CULINARY terms go ahead :p

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