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Cooking Times for Meat – Professional Cooking Table for the most important Pieces of Meat

By 30. December 2016 November 14th, 2018 No Comments
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OTHER LANGUAGES: deGerman

Cooking times for meat and roast pieces clearly listed. Good guide values for cooking times and temperature for meat and large roasts. Always preheat the oven! The instructions for steak frying can be found here.

Cooking Time Meat Loaf 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
190 degrees Celsius 50-70 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 200 degrees Celsius 50-60 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: Depending on the shape of the meat loaf, the cooking time varies – a thick meat loaf takes longer.

Cooking Time Beef Fillet 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
Start approximately for 10 minutes 210 degrees Celsius, then 170 degrees Celsius 10-15 minutes
Electric cooker:
Start for about 10 minutes 250 degrees Celsius top and bottom heat, then 200 degrees Celsius 15-20 minutes.
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker top and bottom heat

Tip: If you prepare an end piece (fillet tip) of the fillet, the cooking time varies – thin pieces of meat are ready faster. Fillet of beef should first be roasted from all sides in the oven before cooking.

Cooking Time Roast Beef 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
Start approximately for 10 minutes 230 degrees Celsius, then 200 degrees Celsius 10-15 minutes
Electric cooker:
Start for about 10 minutes 250 degrees Celsius top and bottom heat, then 200 degrees Celsius 15-20 minutes.
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker top and bottom heat

Tip: Depending on the size of the roast beef, the cooking time varies considerably, see the core temperature information below.

Cooking Time Beef Breast 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
190 degrees Celsius 38-58 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 210 degrees Celsius 40-55 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: It is essential to let the beef breast rest for a short time, i.e. switch off the oven and only cut open and serve the beef breast after about 10 minutes of rest.

Cooking Time Veal Breast 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
190 degrees Celsius 80- 100 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 200 degrees Celsius 80- 120 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The stuffed veal breast must be cooked over high heat until crispy before serving. The best way to cut veal breast is with an electric knife.

Cooking Time Kidney roast Veal 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
180 degrees Celsius 80-100 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 210 degrees Celsius 80-90 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The roast kidney of veal becomes particularly juicy when it is first cooked with the lid on. After about half the cooking time the lid is removed and the roast can be crispy and juicy.

Cooking Time Veal Nut 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
165 degrees Celsius 70-80 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 200 degrees Celsius 80-90 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The calf nut is particularly lean and can be wrapped in bacon slices. The veal nut should be sprinkled with the gravy more often than other pieces of roast meat. It is recommended to leave the veal breast sliced in the sauce for 5-10 minutes before serving.

Cooking Time Veal Shoulder 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
175 degrees Celsius 75-85 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 190 degrees Celsius 80-90 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The shoulder of veal is a particularly juicy roast and can also be heated several times.

Cooking Time Veal Shank front: 0.8 – 1 kg and veal shank back: 1.2 – 1.7 kg

Circulating air stove:
Front veal shank 200 degrees Celsius 70- 80 minutes
Rear knuckle of veal 180 degrees Celsius 90- 110 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 210 degrees Celsius 40-55 minutes
Front knuckle of veal 210 degrees Celsius 75- 85 minutes
Rear knuckle of veal 200 degrees Celsius 90- 110 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The knuckle of veal must be served crispy fried, possibly shortly before serving under the grill crispy cook.

Cooking Time Pork Knuckle Rear Knuckle approx. 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
Start about 175 degrees Celsius 50-60 minutes then 10 minutes 220 degrees Celsius
Electric cooker:
Start top and bottom heat 190 degrees Celsius 55-65 minutes – then 220 degrees Celsius for about 15 minutes.
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker top and bottom heat

Tip: The knuckle of pork is a particularly juicy and fatty roast piece and should be served properly crispy.

Cooking Time Roast Pork 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
210 degrees Celsius 15-20 minutes – then 160 degrees Celsius 50-65 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 220 degrees Celsius 15- 20 minutes – then 170 degrees 60 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: Do not buy roast pork in the net because the net cannot be easily removed. It is better to tie a roast pork roll with thread – this can be easily removed and the crust is preserved.

Cooking Time filled Lamb Breast 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
190 degrees Celsius 80- 100 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 210 degrees Celsius 90- 100 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The lamb breast must always be roasted well and served on warm plates.

Cooking Time Lamb Leg 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
190 degrees Celsius 45- 55 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 200 degrees Celsius 55- 65 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: The leg of lamb should be turned several times during cooking.

Cooking Time Lamb Back in total 1 kg

Circulating air stove:
190 degrees Celsius 30- 45 minutes
Electric cooker:
Top and bottom heat 210 degrees Celsius 35- 45 minutes
Gas stove:
Like electric cooker Top and bottom heat

Tip: Before frying, remove excess fat that is not tasty.

Practical tips:

All temperature and weight data are guideline values, since each oven heats differently and often the set temperature is exceeded or fallen below. Please note the following tips:

– The roaster should always offer enough space for the roast piece, at least 3 cm on each side should be free, so that the heat can circulate optimally.

– A roast is cooked really tenderly and juicily if it is always surrounded by liquid and is constantly poured with the roast juice or stock.

– A meat thermometer is an ideal aid for determining the degree of cooking achieved. In order to measure the core temperature, the roast thermometer is inserted at the thickest point of the meat only for the measuring process and removed again for further roasting. Fat and bone should not be touched. Observe the following information on temperatures and cooking levels.

– The manual cooking test is carried out by pressing the roast on a lean spot. If the meat still gives way clearly, then this is still raw, cooked or thoroughly cooked meat hardly gives way any more.

Measure the temperature with the roast thermometer:
Cooking state Core temperature
half raw (bloody red) 50- 55 degrees Celsius
half-baked (full pink) 60- 68 degrees Celsius
fully cooked (juicy grey) 74- 82 degrees Celsius

Measure the temperature with the needle sample:
A measurement of the temperature is also possible with the needle sample: A thin needle is inserted into the lean and thick part of the roast piece, briefly left in it and then the temperature is “measured” at the lip.

– Pink roasted meat – middle of needle slightly warmed up
– roasted meat – middle of needle strongly warmed up

The needle sample can already lead to success after a few attempts, and an experience value will soon emerge here.

OTHER LANGUAGES: deGerman

Thomas Sixt

Thomas Sixt

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