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How To Cook A Frozen Roast In The Oven

Oven-Baked Frozen Roast (2 – 3 servings) 


  • 23 lbs chuck roast
  • Seasoning salt
  • Ground peppers/ bell or spring pepper
  • Soy sauce (optional)
  • One sprig of fresh parsley, rosemary, or celery (as desired)
  • Vegetable/Olive oil (optional)
  • Brown sugar
  • Peeled vegetables ( baby carrots, 1medium size cabbage, onions, etc.)
  • Onion/garlic powder
  • Potatoes (optional)


  1. Take out your frozen roast from the refrigerator after purchase. Preheat your oven to 250°F, which is expected to cook for 40-50 minutes, unlike the beef roast, which takes approximately 2hours and 30minutes to cook. Hence, you must cook your roast real nice and slowly.
  2. You could wash your frozen roast before seasoning it on even sides if you wish to. Place your frozen roast on a kitchen foil in a roast pan or baking dish. After that, properly wash and chop the vegetables you would be using and place them around the roast. Next up, mix all your seasonings, spreading them thoroughly over the roast on all sides.
  3. Add half a cup of water to your roast or baking pan, pouring generously to get the water underneath the roast and vegetables.
  4. Cover up with another kitchen foil and bake in the oven for 275°F – 300°F. If you desire a tender and juicy roast, you’ve got to cook low and slow. Note, in the absence of a roasting pan or baking dish, and you can also use a crock-Pot or pressure pot.
  5. After cooking for the set time, turn off your oven and remove the roast. If you find out it’s not yet tender enough as you’d like, you can always bake it again for an extra 10 -15 minutes. Your once frozen roast should be tender by then, and if you look closely at the baking pan, you will notice the moisture and textures on the roast. Ideally, you serve with some baked macaroni or mashed potatoes. It can also be used in making gravy or added to an already cooked dish.

No matter the type of roast you purchased, the recipe for cooking a frozen roast is mostly quick and easy, and it also delivers such delicious results that your family would certainly enjoy. Plus, since it’s more baked in an oven, its fat contents are minimal, unlike when you fry or grill the roast.

If you need more recipe ideas and inspiration on preparing the frozen roast, we suggest that you check out this video recipe.

  • Author: Bobby