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  Quick and Easy
  Fleishig (Meat)
  Main Dish
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  Yom Tov
  Rosh Hashana
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Sweet And Sour French Roast
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1 (4lb) French roast

2 large onions, diced
½ cup ketchup
½ cup vinegar
½ cup brown sugar
Oil for frying

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Helpful Hints
*To reheat, boil sauce separately from the meat, pour over meat that is room temperature. This prevents overcooking!

*Cooking meat is tricky and oven temperatures vary. If after 2 hours the meat ‘wobbles’ as you try to cut into it and a lot of red juices (some is perfectly normal for med/rare) runs out it needs another ½ hour.

*If some like it rare and others more well done this recipe is perfect for you! Cook it medium rare and serve the end slices for the people that like it more well done!
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Comments / Reviews
Here in Israel I don't believe I have ever seen anything called French Roast-is there another name? Or more to the point, which cuts would I look for? TIA, Shanah Tovah.
shulamith, 2012-08-29
Hi cuts of meat differ by name (and taste!) in other countries.I did research it for you "french roast" is from the shoulder of the cow and is a square/rectangular cut roast,I suggest you ask your butcher what would be the alternative in Israel!B'hatzlacha and shana tova to you!
rivky_manies, 2012-08-30
hi-plain regular vinegar? thx and shana tova!
rivka, 2014-09-16
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