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9 Recipes for Perfect Christmas Roasts: Everything You Need to Know, From Rib Roast to Pork Loin to Turkey

Christmas Roast Recipes and Cooking Times
Cooking the annual holiday roast can be a stressful endeavor. Whether it’s figuring out the cook time, deciphering the type of roast you have, sorting through recipes, or just the pressure of making a delicious roast, there are endless options. Never fear! We’ve put together a handy guide to all kinds of Christmas roast recipes, featuring turkey, pork loin, and a wide array of beef roasts, from rib roast to tenderloin to rib eye. We’ve got flavorful recipe ideas, and a simple guide to cook times by weight to ensure that, no matter what kind of roast you make, it will be absolutely delicious.


  • Herbed Rib Eye Roast 1 of 9
    Herbed Rib Eye Roast
    This classic holiday rib eye roast is crusted with herbs and garlic, making for an intensely flavorful, impossibly tender boneless roast.
    Make herbed rib eye roast
    Image: Shaina Olmanson
  • Stuffed Pork Loin 2 of 9
    Stuffed Pork Loin
    Shake things up and bring on the flavor with this cherry, almond, and wild rice-stuffed pork loin recipe by Joy the Baker. Bright cherries, savory almonds, and wild-rice add interest and texture to this incredibly flavorful, and gorgeous pork loin recipe.
    Make stuffed pork loin
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Boneless Prime Rib Roast on the Grill 3 of 9
    Boneless Prime Rib Roast on the Grill
    Julie's recipe for a prime rib roast cooked on the grill adds tons of delicious smoky flavor to this tender and juicy prime rib.
    Make prime rib roast on the grill
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Traditional Sirloin Roast 4 of 9
    Traditional Sirloin Roast
    This simple approach to a sirloin roast is perfect for parties of six or fewer. The roast begins with an intense sear on the stove and is finished on the oven. The meat is flavored with a tasty mix of basil, garlic, and grainy mustard.
    Make traditional sirloin roast
    Image: Babble
  • No-Fuss Roast Turkey 5 of 9
    No-Fuss Roast Turkey
    If you're staring down a whole turkey and feeling a little nervous, we've got a simple approach to roasting turkey, that takes the mystery out of making a well-cooked, moist, and beautifully browned bird.
    Make no-fuss roast turkey
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Slow Cooker Pot Roast 6 of 9
    Slow Cooker Pot Roast
    Let's face it, you've worked hard this holiday season, really hard, so go easy on yourself and make this simple-yet-mouthwatering slow cooker pot roast with olives and vegetables. All you have to do is add the ingredients and turn it on. Then, go have some holiday fun you totally deserve it.
    Make slow cooker pot roast
    Image: Angie McGowan
  • Roast Turkey Breast 7 of 9
    Roast Turkey Breast
    If your family is on the small side, or if there are going to be a host of proteins on your holiday table, a turkey breast can be a low-stress alternative to an entire bird. Get our simple recipe for a perfectly moist and flavorful turkey breast.
    Make roast turkey breast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Classic Buttery Prime Rib Roast 8 of 9
    Classic Buttery Prime Rib Roast
    Brooke has pulled together seven stellar tips for a perfect prime rib roast. Use her easy-to-follow guidelines, and a juicy roast will be yours.
    Make classic prime rib roast
    Image: sxc.hu
  • Tenderloin, Rib, and Eye Round Roasting Basics 9 of 9
    Tenderloin, Rib, and Eye Round Roasting Basics
    Wondering how long to cook your beef roast? Here's our handy guide to cook times for all kinds of roasts, including boneless and bone-in, of any size.
    Get roast rib, eye round, and tenderloin cook times
    Image: sxc.hu

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