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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12/25/18 @ 12:07 PM
percheye1
percheye1
USER since 6/24/01

Thanks for bringing this thread up. I made one last night. Excellent!

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12/24/18 @ 7:48 AM
BugleTrout
BugleTrout
USER since 9/27/01

Just pulled the standing roast outta the frig to get to room temp. My wife goes with 400 degrees for that first hour to char the spices to the roast and its still is pink in the middle. Can’t wait for tonight. And then prime rib sammaches. And them prime rib bone soup.

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12/24/18 @ 5:56 AM
rikj
rikj
USER since 7/29/01

Plmlk, she cooked two Saturday no peek and they were perfect! Lucky for her, no divorce lawyer needed yet LOL. She cooked them. @ 500 for a half hour and then 350 for a half hour.... Shut it down for a few hours and then 350 again for a half hour before serving.

The picture is a leftover end I tackled for breakfast yesterday, it looks to be overdone but it was not.

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12/23/18 @ 1:23 PM
Plmlk
Plmlk
MEMBER since 12/18/07

Do you use the no peak method rikj? 

I tried that the last time, and it was  cooked perfectly.  

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12/22/18 @ 11:29 AM
rikj
rikj
USER since 7/29/01

Our local Pig has them for the same price...I picked up one last night and one this morning. The wife gets one more chance today.......

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12/20/18 @ 7:09 AM
percheye1
percheye1
USER since 6/24/01

Certified Angus Beef at the Pig in Muskego semi boneless standing rib roast $5.89 with a $20 purchase through Christmas Day.

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12/19/18 @ 6:21 PM
rikj
rikj
USER since 7/29/01

My wife has cooked 2-3 a year for 30+ years with great results until the last 3, way overdone. She blames our oven. We will see we have a thermometer inside the oven now and she is going to try again this weekend. The last one was like a salty dry overdone beef roast with a $85.00 price tag.............hope she gets her touch back this time?

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12/18/18 @ 7:56 PM
antler junkie
antler junkie
USER since 8/17/05

Just pulling it to the top for the holiday season,people seem to really like it.

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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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