Ultra-Slow-Roast Rump from the book Hawksmoor at Home: Meat - Seafood - Sides - Breakfasts - Puddings. Sear the outside of the beef on a smoking hot griddle, and then cook low and slow, for between hours. Serve with Yorkshire Puddings and gravy.
***Pot-roast beef with French onion gravy Silverside and topside are cheaper and leaner cuts of meat, well-suited to slow-cooking. The stock and juices make a great sauce when combined with caramelised onions
Photo source and directions @ Jamie Oliver Perfect roast beef.Ingredients: quality topside of medium sticks bulb small bunch fresh thyme, rosemary, bay or sage, or a mixture olive oil sea salt freshly ground black pepper