Talin’s Roast / Marinade

Today I will be discussing on how to cook Roast with great Marinading sauce.

It is so important to incorporate the Tomato Paste as that is the key ingredient as well as lots of Garlic.

Roast Marinade.

You get some roast, cut it up — wash it, clean it,

1. 5 Tablespoon full of Tomato Paste
2. 1 Teaspoon of All Spice
3. 1 Teaspoon of Salt
4. 1/2 Teaspoon of Black Pepper
5. 5 Cloves of Garlic Chopped into Fine Pieces .. Do not squeeze the garlic. You want to have the Garlic pieces everywhere.
6. 1 or 2 cups of water so it can cook— Remember Tomato Paste Absorbs a lot of water so add a bit more to your satisfaction to prevent from burning…

Cook for about half an hour — depending on the size of the roast. the smaller ones take about 15 minutes….

And your done!

8 thoughts on “Talin’s Roast / Marinade

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  2. Katrina says:

    I am learning a lot about cooking in general from you. Would you consider writing a separate blog about just cooking techniques, dos and don’ts? For example, I didn’t know that tomato paste absorbs water, or that opening the oven door while a cake is baking will cause it to fall. I can cook, but when you post recipes, you add advice that would change a so-so or even good cook into a great or even amazing cook. I would love for you to blog about just cooking techniques, please?

  3. Kerry Dwyer says:

    Hello
    Can you tell me what it is that you are roasting please? What is the meat – lamb, beef, chicken maybe? I am not sure I understand your recipe. Do you start of with the meat already roasted?

    Thank you
    Kerry

  4. Kristin says:

    This recipe looks very good, I’m going to try it. I think you must mean good steak beef rather than roast. Perhaps you would take a moment to clear that point up?

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