Using the recommended time and temperature guidelines will ensure that the meat is cooked to the minimum safe internal temperature, which is critical in avoiding food-borne illness that can be caused by undercooked food. Using an accurate meat thermometer is the best way to ensure proper beef doneness.
Whether you are looking for an eye round roast cooking time or a beef tenderloin cooking time, use the following chart as a guide for any roast beef cooking time and cooking temperature. The chart can be used for beef cuts that are oven roasted, pan fried, pan broiled, oven broiled, grilled, or are inserted into an oven bag prior to roasting. See the article, "Beef Doneness" for additional information on determining the proper doneness of beef.