How long to cook Internal Temperature

What's the Right Internal Temperature for Roast Beef?

The USDA-recommended temperature for roast beef is 145 degrees, but the internal temp for roast beef when done to your liking may vary. If you're willing to take the risk with rarer meat, the results can certainly be delicious! Here's the internal temperature for each level of doneness:

To determine what the internal temperature of your roast is, stick a meat thermometer into the thickest portion of the meat, being careful not to touch bone if it's a bone-in roast. For the best results, take your roast out of the oven when it's a few degrees shy of your target temperature: It will finish cooking as it rests.

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