How big of a roast do I need to feed 15 people?
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Moreover, how big of a roast do I need for 20 people?
For bone in standing rib roast, allow 1 full pound per person for party-size servings. Thus, for 20 people, you would need 20 pounds, or two to three roasts. Note: The USDA's food guide pyramid recommended serving sizes are 3 ounces cooked meat or 4 ounces uncooked.
Furthermore, how much beef do I need for 6 adults? Roast Beef. Allow around 375g beef per person, so for four people, you need a joint around 1.5kg, for six, 2.25kg, for eight, 3kg and for 10, 3.75kg.
Then, how many does a pound of roast beef serve?
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How much beef do I need for 14 adults?
For a cut that gives a yield of about 70% like a bone-in steak, you might need about 16-17 ounces or one pound per person for adults with a reasonable appetite. An average of 14 ounces is a good bet for boneless steak.