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Tweet Cornish Under Roast
Meat roasted in a dish with potatoes so that the upper layer of potato becomes crisped. There are a great many variations of this dish, some having potato both below and above the meat layer, others adding other vegetables and occasionally small paste dumplings.
This receipt seems to be the simplest current...
Original Receipt from www.cornwallinformation.com
CORNISH UNDER-ROAST (serves 3-4)
450g steak, seasoned and rolled
Potatoes, medium sliced
1 medium onion, sliced
Using oven-proof dish, lay meat on the bottom and onions on it. Then fill dish with potatoes and put a little meat fat or suet on top. Half fill with water. Put into pre-heated oven at 220C for 30 minutes, then reduce heat to 190C for another 30 minutes. After 30 minutes correct seasoning and if liked, a roll of suet crust may be cooked along one edge of the dish. Serve with any green vegetables.
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