The Best New York Strip Loin Roast Recipe (2024)

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Looking for an amazing New York strip loin roast recipe? Look no further! This recipe is simple to follow and produces a delicious, juicy roast every time. Whether you like it medium or medium well, it is tender every time. You’ll love the flavor of this roast – it’s perfect for any occasion.

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Do you enjoy a good roast beef for the holidays? We have two favorites here, this delicious NY strip loan roast and the other is well none other then prime rib. This is even great for Thanksgiving dinner, but we usually our lemon rosemary roast turkey on Thanksgiving.

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Why do we think you will love this roast beef?

It is super easy to make and always turns out amazing! We make this at least a few times a year and everybody here looks forward to it.

This roast beef recipe is the perfect way to impress your guests with minimal effort. The ny strip loin roast is a cut of beef that is known for its rich flavor and tender texture. When cooked properly, it will melt in your mouth and leave you wanting more.

And you don’t have to leave it red in the center to be tender. As you see in our pictures, it is closer to medium well and it is still tender. While we prefer it a little less done, many times our company prefers it cooked more.

This recipe is easy to follow and yields perfectly cooked results every time. Whether you are serving a holiday meal or a simple family dinner, this dish is sure to please. Give it a try and see for yourself why this recipe is one of my favorites.

Which is better strip loin roast or prime rib?

The strip loin roast, also goes by NY strip roast, is a boneless roast that is very popular due to it’s flavor and how tender it is. It is a part of the short loin section of the cow.

We do make this one more often due to how tender it is and how much flavor it has. You can cook it to medium well and still be tender. It is also quite often a little bit cheaper if you buy the boneless strip roast.

Around the holidays stores usually put them both on sale for the same price per pound but the prime rib has a rack of bones and will cost more as it weighs more.

Prime rib has a lot of flavor but it is not quite as tender as the strip loin. Don’t get me wrong, it is still a tender and impressive roast beef. We make it every year for Christmas so trust me, it isn’t a tough cut of meat. It’s just the NY strip is just a little more tender.

It is from the rib section of the cow and it tends to have more marbling in it then other cuts. It has larger pieces of fat throughout the meat.

Ingredients

We keep the ingredients simple here and do not use a marinade. The spices are simple and create the perfect flavor!

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New York strip loin roast – Size will vary but if you go up to or over 5 pounds, you will need to add a little extra seasoning and oil to coat it.

Olive oil – You can change the oil to your favorite, but we do recommend olive oil for it doesn’t have an overwhelming taste on foods.

Garlic – Chopped fresh garlic is best. You can use garlic powder if needed, but fresh will give you the best flavor.

Salt – The salt is needed to bring the flavors of the spices together as well as bring the flavor of the roast beef out. I do not recommend leaving it out.

Pepper – You can leave this out, but it does give it a nice flavor. You can also add more then the recipe calls for!

Rosemary – We use dried for this but you can use fresh. If using fresh, chop up the leaves to about one quarter inch size and use 2 teaspoons. We used fresh rosemary for the garnish, but dried for cooking.

Some important tips for cooking

It is easy to cook but these are some tips to help you cook the perfect roast beef every time.

Prepping the NY strip roast – Take your roast out of the fridge. Set on a plate or a dish on the counter for at least 30-60 minutes before cooking, depending on the size. 3 pound roast is 30-40 minutes. Over 5 pounds would be 60 minutes.

Combine your spices with the olive oil and let the combination sit in a prep bowl while the roast is sitting out.

After the roast has sat out for 30-45 minutes, rub the spice/oil mixture all over the meat just before putting in the oven.

Place it on a roasting pan fat side up. We use the rack to the pan, but you can place it directly in the pan. I love this roasting pan and use it for everything, including a 22 pound turkey. I like to use a thermometer with a probe inserted into the center of the meat so I can keep an eye on the temperature of the roast without opening the oven.

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Cooking – Preheat your oven for at least 20 minutes to be sure it is up to temperature. It needs to be at 425 degrees Fahrenheit to sear the outside of the strip roast before reducing the temperature.

If you have a roast feature with a fan on your oven, use that feature! You will need to lower the temperature to 325 instead of 350 when you drop the temperature, but it is a great feature for cooking roast beef.

Be sure to use a meat thermometer to test the temperature and remember that it will raise about 5-10 degrees upon resting. We like to put a probe in the center before putting it in the oven to keep an eye on the temperature as it cooks, but you don’t need to use a probe.

Allow to rest – Allow meat to rest after removing from oven. Cover loosely with foil. Allow it to sit for about 20 minutes before cutting. Always cut against the grain.

What are the temperatures my NY strip roast should be cooked to?

Temperatures will rise about 5-10 degrees after removing from oven so take it out about 5 degrees before reaching desired temperatures. The USDA recommends roast beef and steaks to be cooked to 145 degrees. All temperatures are in Fahrenheit.

  • Rare – 120-125 degrees
  • Medium rare – 130-135 degrees
  • Medium – 140-145 degrees
  • Medium well – 150-155 degrees
  • Well done – 160-165 degrees

We created this roast beef temperature chart for you. You may click on the chart below and save to your device. Feel free to print it, share it and use it anytime you need it!

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New York strip roast on the grill

Yes you can cook NY strip roast on the grill and it is perfect when you want roast beef in the middle of summer! It turns out just as amazing as in the oven too. I do recommend getting a thermometer that you can leave in the meat while it is cooking like this meat thermometer. You leave the probes in and can look at the temperature without opening the grill. They have bluetooth and others that you can check from your smart phone, but they are a bit more expensive.

Heat your grill up to about 425 degrees Fahrenheit with all burners on. Place the NY strip loin fat side down in the middle of the grill for about 5 minutes with the lid closed. Flip and close the lid. Turn the middle burner off so you finish cooking on indirect heat. Try to get your grill to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit. It should take about 10-15 minutes a pound, but grills do vary slightly.

Cook until about 5 degrees from desired temperature and allow to rest loosely covered with foil before cutting.

What goes well with this roast?

  • Sweet coleslaw
  • Instant Pot mashed potatoes
  • Homemade mac and cheese
  • Veggie noodles with garlic sauce

Easy thin gravy

Want to make a simple thin gravy to compliment your New York strip roast? It is easy and delicious! I don’t serve it with regular gravy and quite often we don’t even make any gravy, but I do make this when serving it with mashed potatoes. Love gravy on the mashed potatoes!

This is a simple base thin gravy. You can add seasonings if you would like! If you are looking to make a thicker gravy, Platter Talk has a great post to help you with how to make a roux for your gravy.

Add any drippings from the NY strip roast left in the roasting pan (not the juice from cutting it) to a pan along with beef broth. Bring to a boil over medium/medium high heat. Stir cornstarch and water together in a cup. Slowly pour it into the pot while stirring constantly until combined well – this prevents lumps. Continue to cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes stirring often. If you prefer to have a thicker gravy, add more cornstarch and water. Your gravy should be ready to serve at this point.

Frequently asked questions

How many pounds of strip loin roast should I make?

I would recommend between half a pound per adult and about a quarter of a pound per child.

Should I trim the fat off?

I do not trim the fat off as I like the flavor it adds. If your roast has more then a quarter inch of fat on top, you may want to consider trimming it down a little bit. This is up to you but I recommend leaving at least some of the fat on top.

Can I prepare my roast beef to rare?

Rare is actually an unsafe temperature when cooking beef. While yes people do eat it at rare, you do run the risk of bacteria. The USDA recommends cooking roast beef to at least 140-145 degrees Fahrenheit. We like to remove ours from the oven at 140 degrees here unless our guests prefer it cooked more.

Useful items for making this recipe

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  • Roasting pan – Doesn’t have to be this big but it comes in handy to have a large one. It’s the only one I use. I prefer to have one roasting pan that I can use for large turkeys or smaller roast beef instead of multiple pans. This isn’t the cheapest roasting pan, but it has lasted me longer then any other and is still in great shape!
  • Digital thermometer – This is the thermometer I bought a few months ago and absolutely love it. You can use it as a quick read or use the probe so you can keep an eye on the temperature of the roast as it cooks without taking it out of the oven.
  • Oven thermometer – To be sure your oven is at the right temperature.

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Tender New York Strip Roast

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New York strip roast is an amazing cut of meat that is tender and very flavorful. It is easy to prepare and this roast will be the perfect part of your holiday dinner.

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Prep Time 1 hour hr

Cook Time 1 hour hr 30 minutes mins

Resting time 20 minutes mins

Total Time 2 hours hrs 50 minutes mins

Course Dinner, Main Course

Cuisine American

Servings 6

Calories 377 kcal

Equipment

Ingredients

  • pounds New York strip roast or size of choice
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 3 garlic cloves chopped
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon rosemary dried recommended
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper

For a Thin Simple Gravy (optional)

  • 2 Tablespoons drippings from roast
  • 2 cups beef broth
  • 1 Tablespoon cornstarch
  • Tablespoons water

Instructions

  • Prepare about an hour before cooking – In a small bowl mix the olive oil, chopped garlic, salt, pepper and dried rosemary together. Allow it to sit in a prep bowl until just before going in the oven – do not add to roast right away.

    2 Tablespoons olive oil, 3 garlic cloves, 1 teaspoon salt, ¼ teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon rosemary

  • Bring the roast out of the fridge and allow it to sit out for about 30-60 minutes before cooking (depending on size.) 3½ pounds would be about 30-40 minutes. Over 5 pounds would be 60 minutes.

    3½ pounds New York strip roast

  • Preheat oven to 425° Fahrenheit. Turn oven at least 20 minutes before baking to be sure it is at the right temperature.

  • Once the roast has sat out for long enough, evenly spread all of the oil/seasoning mix over your strip roast – cover all sides.

  • Place the roast in a roasting pan on a rack with the fat side up.

  • Place on a rack in the middle of the preheated oven. Set the timer for 15 minutes. If you are using convection, set it for 10 minutes.

  • After the timer goes off:

    Set the temperature to 325° Fahrenheit for convection (but do not open the oven door) or 350° for conventional and continue to bake for about 10-15 minutes per pound.

  • Use a thermometer to check the temperature. The temperature will continue to rise 5-10° while resting.

    Rare *(not recommended) – 120-125°

    Medium rare – 130°-135°

    Medium – 140°-145°

    Medium well – 150°-155°

    Well done – 160° and up.

  • When the roast is ready, remove from oven. Cover loosely with foil and allow to rest for about 20 minutes before cutting.

    Cut it against the grain.

Optional Thin Gravy

  • Add any of the drippings that were left in the roasting pan to a sauce pot. Pour in the beef broth and bring to a boil over medium high heat.

    2 Tablespoons drippings from roast, 2 cups beef broth

  • Mix together the cornstarch and water in a cup. Slowly stir into the pot while stirring constantly to prevent clumps. Cook for about 5 minutes stirring often, almost continuously. Your gravy will be ready to serve.

    1 Tablespoon cornstarch, 1½ Tablespoons water

Notes

The nutritional values and serving sizes are estimated. A 3 and a half pound roast here feeds about 5 people but typically you want about half a pound per person.

The gravy here is a very basic thin gravy. It is easy to prepare and compliments the meat perfectly. You might want to add other seasonings to your gravy or you may choose not to make any. We don’t often make gravy for the meat but like it on mashed potatoes.

You can remove some of the fat on the top of the roast before cooking, but I recommend leaving it on unless it is over one quarter of an inch thick.

If your oven has a roast feature with the fan, use that for this roast and follow the convection cook times.

*USDA recommends cooking roast beef to a minimum temperature of 140-145 degrees.

Nutrition

Calories: 377kcalCarbohydrates: 2gProtein: 58gFat: 14gSaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 146mgSodium: 697mgPotassium: 1068mgSugar: 1gVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 56mgIron: 5mg

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The Best New York Strip Loin Roast Recipe (2024)

FAQs

Can you cook a New York strip roast like a prime rib? ›

Is New York Strip Roast the Same as Prime Rib? No, New York strip roast and prime rib come from different parts of the animal. Both can be cooked and served the same way, however.

What temperature is strip loin roast done? ›

Place meat, fat side up, on rack in roasting pan. Roast meat 15 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 350°F. Roast meat until instant-read thermometer inserted into thickest part of meat registers 130°F for medium-rare, about 35 minutes (or 140°F for medium, about 40 minutes).

Is strip loin roast tough or tender? ›

If you love a good strip steak, you're already familiar with the Strip roast. A Strip Loin Roast, or Top Loin Roast, comes from the loin primal, the area below the backbone, and specifically from the muscles that stretch across the length of the Top Loin. Cuts from the loin are known for their tenderness.

What is the difference between NY strip and NY strip loin? ›

When the tenderloin is removed from the short loin, the beef strip loin remains. This subprimal is only about 16-18 inches long and will yield 11-14 steaks, depending on thickness. The New York strip is cut from the beef short loin, sometimes with the bone attached but most often as a boneless steak.

Are New York strip roast any good? ›

This roast is super delicious, very beefy, and an excellent alternative to prime rib roast on your holiday table. It's often more affordable than prime rib as well. You can save some money and still have an impressive beef roast on your table for the holidays.

Is New York strip roast a good cut? ›

While it has less marbling than a rib roast, it has more than the tenderloin. I might argue that the strip loin roast has the most flavor. You may not find a strip loin roast in the supermarket case, but any butcher should be happy to make one for you and tie it up for the oven.

Is it better to cook a roast at 325 or 350? ›

When roasting meat and poultry, set the oven temperature to 325°F (163°C) or higher. Explore the charts below to learn how to get great results every time you cook.

How to cook strip loin? ›

Rub some extra virgin olive oil over its surface and season with a generous sprinkling of salt and black pepper. When ready to cook, place the skillet over high heat for a minute or two before adding the steak. Cook for three minutes on each side for rare, four minutes for medium, and five to six minutes for well done.

Do you cook a strip loin roast fat side up or down? ›

Place New York strip roast, fat side up, in roasting pan fitted with rack. Rub roast with olive oil and season all sides with salt and pepper. Place in oven for about 15 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 325°F and continue cooking approximately 1 1/4 hours for medium doneness (135-140°F on thermometer).

How do you make striploin more tender? ›

The best way to ensure a striploin steak is tender is to leave it to rest once you have grilled or fried it. Leaving your steak to rest allows the muscles to relax which allows the flavour and juice to spread through the meat.

What is the difference between loin and strip loin? ›

You might have heard of the primal loin because it's the part of the cow that makes the tender and juicy filet mignon. The tenderloin is also part of the primal loin. When you remove the tenderloin, you are left with the beef strip loin which is ultimately what gives you the New York Strip Steak Cut.

Is New York strip loin good? ›

NY strip steak is a delicious cut of beef that should be part of your regular diet. As long as you choose a high-quality, organic, and grass-fed New York strip loin steak, you can enjoy the health benefits of this lean red meat.

Is New York strip loin a good cut of meat? ›

Strip steak, sometimes referred to as New York Strip, is a usually boneless, more rectangular cut that is known for its marbling and deep, rich flavor. It is a bit less tender than a ribeye, but it is still a high-end favorite due to that striking flavor.

Is New York strip roast the same as beef tenderloin? ›

The New York Strip steak is also a boneless cut that comes from the short loin area behind the ribs. The major difference between it and a tenderloin, such as a filet mignon, is that the New York Strip comes with a strip of fat along one edge of the cut. You'll also find fat marbling throughout the steak.

What roast is closest to prime rib? ›

If a roast of beef is important to your holiday gathering, but you just can't get behind paying $150+ for a prime rib, we'd like to recommend that you try a roasted eye of round. This economy cut has all the beefy flavor that you want, but at a fraction of the price of prime rib.

What cut is similar to prime rib roast? ›

Top loin roast is a great alternative to prime rib.

What is a NY strip roast called? ›

Strip Roast | Lean. Also Known As: Strip Loin Roast; Top Loin Roast. This centerpiece roast is tender, juicy and full of flavor. Butcher's Note. “Strip” is a traditional name that originated from Delmonico's restaurant in New York City in the 18th century.

What steak is similar to prime rib? ›

Prime rib and ribeye steaks come from the same part of the cow and are technically the same pieces of meat, so their base flavor is pretty much identical. Think rich, buttery, and beefy with plenty of marbling.

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