Sourced from the shoulder area of the cow, this cut is often referred to as Chuck Eye Log, Mock Tender, Chuck Fillet, or Beauty Steak. This rare find is incredibly tender and flavorful, and rivals the taste of a Rib Roast or Ribeye Steak,
Home Cook's Recommendation
With Delmonico Chuck Eye Roast, you have the option to prepare it in a variety of ways, like roasting, broiling, or grilling. To make your Delmonico Chuck Eye Roast truly mouth-watering, start by allowing your roast to come to room temperature and patting it dry with paper towels before cooking. This will ensure even and thorough cooking. Next, generously season your roast with salt, pepper, and your favorite herbs and spices. Take it to the next level by rubbing some tomato paste or mustard on top for extra flavor and moisture. Then preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit or your broiler to high heat for the perfect crispy and browned crust with a juicy and tender interior. Roast your roast for approximately 20 minutes per pound or until the internal temperature reaches 145 degrees Fahrenheit for medium-rare. For added moisture and flavor, baste it every 15 minutes with oil or pan juices.
Roasted vegetables or salad offer a healthy and simple side dish with added color and texture. Season your favorite vegetables, like potatoes, carrots, onions, mushrooms, or Brussels sprouts, with herbs, spices, or dressing.
Red wine or beer enhance the flavor and richness of your Delmonico Chuck Eye Roast. Opt for a full-bodied and fruity red wine, like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, or Shiraz, or a malty and smooth beer, like Amber Ale. For a fun and refreshing option, try lemonade or iced tea. These beverages add sweetness and acidity to complement the flavors of your meat and sides. Mix in some fresh fruits, herbs, or sugar for added flavor.