Susan W Posted October 8, 2012 Share Posted October 8, 2012 I purchased a huge top round from Costco yesterday. Not grass fed, but VERY lean looking. It's just under 5 lbs and almost 4 inches thick. I am used to top rounds being thinner and more like a thick flank. Any ideas how to cook this sucker? I wanted to roast it so I could have non-deli roast beef, but I'm almost thinking it's to thick and big. I don't want dry tough meat. I see some paleo peeps slicing theirs and cooking them in a pan with coconut oil. That's not really what I had in mind. I want thin roast beef for my lettuce wraps! Anyone ever cook such a dinosaur sized top round? Edit to add: Tom, I am searching your recipe site. I have landed on Slow Cooker Loin Tip roast which seems similar in size, so I may do that. I could always have pulled beef for my beloved beef lettuce wraps. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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