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Roast Prime Rib

 

Roast Prime Rib

Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas with something easy yet elegant to prepare,

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sprinkled with plenty of time to enjoy your guests this holiday season,

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a perfectly cooked Roast Prime Rib of Beef.

As a main course at a dinner party, or on a buffet, Prime Rib is always a show stopper and works well with a diverse variety of side dishes too. Simply score your meat, rub in the seasonings, crank up the oven, and have yourself a Merry Little Christmas season now.

Roast Prime Rib
Perfect for Holiday Entertaining, serves 7-8, approximately
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Ingredients
  1. 10 pound Prime Rib of Beef with Rib Bones
  2. 2 seven inch stems fresh rosemary, more or less, leaves removed then chopped finely
  3. 1 small bunch thyme, leaves removed from stems, chopped
  4. 6 leaves fresh sage, more or less, chopped fine
  5. 1 1/2- 2 tablespoons coarse kosher salt, approximately
  6. scant tablespoon fresh cracked black pepper, approximately
Instructions
  1. Let Prime Rib sit out at least one hour or longer to come to room temperature before cooking. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Stir fresh herbs, salt, and pepper in a small bowl. Score the top of the rib roast all across the fat on the top (bone side down,) rub the mixture all over then place into a roasting pan. Roast the Prime Rib at the 450 degree temperature for fifteen minutes then reduce heat to 325 degrees. Depending on oven, Roast Prime Rib for 1 1/2 hours-2 hours, insert meat thermometer, temperature for a rarer roast should be 120-125 degrees. Remove Rib Roast from oven then tent with aluminum foil. Let meat rest for at least a half hour before carving. If cooking Prime Rib a couple hours in advance, meat may be reheated at 250 degrees for twenty minutes just before serving.
Adapted from Prime Steakhouses
Adapted from Prime Steakhouses
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4 Comments

  1. Posted December 11, 2015 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

    Pinning this, Peggy. We cooked a prime rib last year. The flavor was amazing, but it was a bit undercooked for my liking (I like it medium/medium rare). Thank you for this recipe.
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    • Posted December 14, 2015 at 4:46 pm | Permalink

      Thanks so much Kelly! Prime Rib is always a hit, and you can always cook it a bit longer if you prefer, or even reheat a slice in the microwave. My main saying I always share on cooking beef- you can always cook it more, but once you’ve cooked it too long- you can’t reverse it. Hope Gracie is doing well and that dog training school went well over the weekend.

  2. Posted January 4, 2016 at 9:19 am | Permalink

    For whatever reason, I’m not the biggest prime rib fan. That being said, it always seems like the perfect holiday meal, at least on Christmas Eve. This looks delish!
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    • Posted January 5, 2016 at 7:20 pm | Permalink

      Thanks P.J. different tastes for each his own, so there are lots of other choices, but yes, I do think the Prime Rib is an overall favorite for holiday meals! Thanks for stopping by!

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