Perfect Prime Rib. (no peek recipe)

2/22/15 @ 7:06 PM
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antler junkie
antler junkie
USER since 8/17/05
Make sure your rib roast sits out for a couple of hours so it is room temperature all the way through. Lightly coat with olive oil and rub on spices generously. Pre heat oven to 375 degrees. Cook for exactly one hour then turn off oven. DO NOT open oven door for any reason. Let sit in closed oven for one to one and a half hours. Turn oven back on at 375 again. Cook for an additional 45 minutes. Remove from oven and cover with foil for 15 minutes. Prime rib will have a nice crust on the outside and be perfectly medium rare on the inside. Tounge Out
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1/3/17 @ 8:36 AM
shedhunter
shedhunter
USER since 1/28/08

Used this method on christmas day and worked amazing, will be using it again in the future!!--shed

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12/19/15 @ 8:50 PM
kyl_me
kyl_me
USER since 7/21/08
Just did it tonight. Skipped lunch in anticipation.

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12/19/15 @ 5:05 PM
antler junkie
antler junkie
USER since 8/17/05
It's that time of year again. Tounge Out

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4/8/15 @ 2:47 PM
antler junkie
antler junkie
USER since 8/17/05
eagle17,the Mrs Dash line of spices add a lot of flavor without adding salt.

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4/8/15 @ 12:53 PM
BugleTrout
BugleTrout
USER since 9/27/01
My mom and wife both make excellent prime rib using this method. I do think that the initial temp that they use is at 400 degrees and they cook it one hour and then let it stand. That forms a really nice crust and still keeps it medium rare in the middle.

We picked up one of those burgundy spoon roasts from Festival Foods and used this method. We picked up the biggest one we could find so it wouldn't get too overcooked. It was awesome and not hard on the pocketbook.

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4/8/15 @ 12:22 PM
eagle17
eagle17
USER since 1/15/03
What seasoning does everyone recommend?

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4/8/15 @ 9:07 AM
antler junkie
antler junkie
USER since 8/17/05
Yup SnakeSter works with both. I think the bone in adds a little more flavor. Both are delicious!!

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4/8/15 @ 6:21 AM
SnakeSter
SnakeSter
MEMBER since 7/9/12
We do it with boneless Prime Rib also.

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4/5/15 @ 4:21 PM
fishiz2
fishiz2
USER since 7/1/03
Just tried it. Came out perfect !! thanks.

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2/27/15 @ 7:30 PM
antler junkie
antler junkie
USER since 8/17/05
Plumwerm, sorry this is for a bone in rib roast. Weight will not matter because the difference will be in length not girth say between a 5 pounder and a 10 pounder. Fat side up, bone side down,no liquid,uncovered.

Edited on 2/27/15 7:31 PM
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