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Centsable Health: Cooking up a Petite Sirloin Roast


Many of you have probably had roast beef or steak, but have you ever had a Petite Sirloin Roast?

Adam Jeppeson, a meat expert from Fareway Foods, explains more about this cut in our latest Centsable Health segment.

The Petite Sirloin Roast is a smaller, premium roast at an affordable price. It is from the top sirloin. The roast is rich and flavorful, yet versatile. Every bite is edible because all unwanted fat and connective tissue are removed.

The petite sirloin roast is portioned into 1 ½ to 2 ½ pound servings which can be left whole or portioned into lean, thick cut filets.

It may not always be in the meat case so ask your Fareway meat expert for a Petite Sirloin Roast. If you want the roast cut into filets, you can do this at home, or have it done for you.

To cook as a roast, use your favorite seasonings and roast at 325 degrees for approximately 30 minutes per pound in a shallow roasting pan.

Do not add water or cover. Remove roast when meat thermometer reaches 135 degrees for rare. Cook to 145 degrees for medium.

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