Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Perfect Prime Rib



I found this recipe years ago and I have used it more times than I can count and it always makes perfect prime rib every time.

 My sweet Fellow loves Prime Rib!


Perfect Prime Rib




3 cloves garlic,minced
3 Tablespoons cracked Black Pepper (see below)
3 Tablespoons season salt
2 Tablespoons kosher salt
a pinch of brown sugar
1 standing Rib Roast (1/2 lb per person)







I always ask my butcher to cut the bone off the rib roast and then tie it back on.  This way I get all the flavor of the bone-in rib roast but it makes carving so simple.







Combine dry seasonings with the garlic in a small bowl. Blend well. 





Rinse meat and pat dry. Rub seasons into and all  over meat generously. Place in large baking dish on a rack. Do not cover or add water. In 3-5 hours before serving place in a preheated 375 degree oven and bake for 1 hour (for medium rare) or 1 1/2 hours (for medium).  


Turn oven OFF but do NOT open oven door.  Roast may be in oven up to 4 hours and I repeat do not open oven door.  About 40 minutes before serving turn oven to 300 degrees, cook for 40 minutes.  Remove from oven and let rest.  Roast will be perfect each time. 









Sliced Prime Rib!

Serve with a great horseradish sauce:)








*Fresh Cracked Black Pepper

Place whole peppercorns in a freezer zip lock bag using a rolling pin or better yet a kitchen mallet pound until the desired consistency is obtained. Fresh flavor!!






58 Lovely Comments:

  1. This looks wonderful. A must try for me! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. We love Prime Rib at our house too, Evelyn. Have one in the freezer now, so hope to be trying your Perfect Prime Rib way sooner then later. Thank you.

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  3. Evelyn, This looks so delicious! I may have to try it, though cooking something like this has always scared me. haha. I'll add this to my list to cook in the nearby future. And I'll pin this as well ;) thanks for sharing.

    Oh, found you through GFC bloghop. Following you now.

    Lacey

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  4. Pinning this, my guy loves beef, too!

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  5. Looks DELICIOUS! Hi...found you over at the GFC blog hop...following you now! Have a great week!

    Michell @Prowess and Pearls
    http://www.prowessandpearls.blogspot.com

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  6. You are making me hungry. I love prime rib too. Your's looks perfect. I use the same method for cooking mine too. We had it for Thanksgiving and I plan to do for Valentines!

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  7. We're not big beef eaters, but it is nice once in awhile :) Pinning this to try!

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    1. Thank you for sharing at All My Bloggy Friends last week. I look forward to seeing what you share this week :)

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  8. Thanks SO much for your help Evelyn! The prime rib looks sooooooo goooooood! Having the butcher cut the bone off and add it back on it a GREAT idea!
    Steph
    swtboutique.com

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  9. Haha, AGAIN my father-in-law would love this...my mother-in-law too, and you know, it's her birthday tomorrow (70th!), but since we're sick we're delaying dinner for them until the weekend...We were going to treat them to a place by their house, but maybe this would be the better alternative (so we can visit longer) and I bet hubby would love to cook it! I'mma check these things out and see... :)

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  10. I'm already a follower of your lovely blog - I'm just stopping by from “Followers to Friends” blog hop to say thanks for co-hosting.
    Angie
    godsgrowinggarden.com

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  11. woah that looks amazing!!
    coming from the ftof blog hop!!thaks for co-hosting =)

    Bea =)
    dailylivingingeneva.blogspot.com

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  12. This looks and sounds delicious! I am going to have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Hi Evelyn!
    Thanks for stoppin' by my blog!
    Your blog is so cute and I'm now following you via email!
    That prime rib looks delish.. I've bookmarked it so I can make it sometime! I'll let you know if I do. :)
    -Baylee aka your fellow co-host

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  14. I have never made Prime Rib before! I'm going to have to try this-my husband would love it!

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  15. Evelyn this looks delicious. I've never tried to make this before, but you've provided a great recipe and I think I'll give it a try. Pinning it. :)

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  16. My husband would LOVE this! Thanks for sharing it! I am pinning now www.pinterest.com/hbrummett. Thanks for linking up to our pin party!

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  17. This looks great! Found you on Katherine's corner and I would love to have you share this on The HomeAcre Hop!
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/01/the-homeacre-hop-3.html

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  18. absolutely perfect! Thank you for sharing at the hop xo

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  19. I've never heard of cooking a roast this way. I will certainly be trying this! Thanks!
    Debbie :)

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  20. Wow, this looks amazing! Wow!

    Thanks for sharing on Farm Girl Friday Blog Fest #15!

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  21. Hi Evelyn, I’m Anne from Life on the Funny Farm (http://annesfunnyfarm.blogspot.com), and I’m visiting from the Farm Girl Friday Blog Hop.

    This looks delicious, and I absolutely NEVER would have thought of that bone trick. Aren't you the clever cook?!

    Anyway, thanks for posting this. If you’ve never visited yet, I hope you can pop by my blog sometime to say hi…

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  22. Hi Evelyn,
    Your Prime Rib looks awesome, we will just love it. Thank you so much for celebrating TWO YEARS with FULL PLATE THURSDAY, I appreciate your visit!
    Come Back Soon
    Miz Helen

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  23. Yum! I am pinning this to try - my hubby LOVES prime rib! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. That looks amazing! It would be a perfect meal for my husband's upcoming birthday.

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  25. You always have such hearty and delicious dishes. I wish I could move into your house at least for a week to get some of your meals!
    Thank you so much for sharing this at Wednesday Extravaganza - Hope to see you there again next week with more deliciousness :)

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  26. That looks super delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Just stopping by to mix it up with ya via the #MTMmixer

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  27. I had steak for dinner...a big piece, but I am looking at this and my mouth is watering. YUM!!!

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  28. I'll have to try this recipe, we do prime rib every year for Christmas. I am a new follower! I found your link on Flamingo Toes. I would love for you to link up to my weekly linky party Fluster Muster on Wednesday’s @ http://www.FlusterBuster.com.

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  29. Evelyn, how wonderful that you came over and linked to my brand new linky party!! Thanks and I pinned your wonderful prime rib recipe. Very impressive! Linda

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  30. Yum! Our Christmas Eve dinner is always Prime Rib...the only time we have it (darn expensive stuff!). So good.

    Thank you for linking to the GRAND Social and commenting on links of the fellow partiers! ♥

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  31. Sounds yummy! Just stopping by from the GRAND Social and it would be great if you would do the same!

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  32. Should not have read this so close to lunch time--looks delicious!

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  33. Evelyn,
    My guy love a good prime rib too! We will be trying it this way for sure.. I featured you today, pictures and tutorial are great! Hope to see you tomorrow at memoriesbythemile.com at Tuesday Trivia and the link party..
    Wanda Ann

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  34. I've always been too intimated to make prime rib! This looks manageable! Thanks for sharing at One Creative Weekend!

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  35. Looks so tasty,yum yum :) Thanks for sharing with us at Creative Mondays...

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  36. OH yum - that sounds so good! And great tip about the bone!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  37. I've always been too afraid to cook a prime rib, but you make it seem so easy. I probably would have a tough time not opening the oven door though:) Thanks for sharing on Whatcha' Whipped Up!

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  38. You have made a gorgeous prime rib. Your crust is fantastic! I am no craving beef! Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures

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  39. Oh my gosh, this looks amazing and perfect!! I have to try this. I have never cooked one, because I'm afraid I would mess it up. Thanks for the recipe and the tips. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent. I hope you are having a wonderful week. :)

    Kathy

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  40. YUM. I work at Outback Steakhouse and the only prime rib I've had is ours, but this looks like it might be just as good! I'm definitely going to have to give this recipe a try!

    Chloe
    http://rainbowsandhoneysuckle.blogspot.com/

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  41. Congratulations! You've been featured on Wicked Awesome Wednesday! Feel free to stop by the website and grab your "I've been featured!" button.

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  42. I only cook Prime Rib once in a while, but this looks delicious Evelyn. I am pinning it and will be giving it a try for sure! Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  43. This sounds amazing! I love the way you added the peppercorn, too. Thank you so much for sharing it at SHOW-licious Craft Showcase!

    Marti

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  44. I've never had the nerve to try Prime Rib before though it is my husbands favorite. Perhaps with your tutorial I will be brave. Thanks for linking with me :)

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  45. Good idea to get a bit of help from the butcher to save time later. Looks delish. Thanks for sharing
    p

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  46. Evelyn, Your prime rib recipe was featured at SHOW-licious Craft Showcase this week! Congratulations!

    Marti

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  47. My goodness, that is one serious rolling pin cracking that pepper! And one seriously good recipe. Thanks so much for sharing on Busy Monday!

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  48. I've never made prime rib. Ever. Was always too intimidated--wouldn't want to screw up such a lovely hunk o meat. But I think I could do this--although not opening the oven door would be a challenge for me. I'm a peeker! Like your tip about the bone. Makes sense!
    Thanks for linking up with See Ya in the Gumbo.

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  49. I have never had prime rib, but my mom in law really wants to do one this year for Christmas and I have been scouring the interwebs for good recipes. Yours looks fantastic and I've pinned it to keep for Christmas time. I chose you as my Eye Catcher for last week's Tasty Thursday link up. Thank you for sharing :) http://fantasticalsharingofrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/01/tasty-treasures.html

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  50. This looks yummy! Please share this in a new Linky Party --Weekend Kitchen Creations at www.weekendkitchencreations.blogspot.com. Please join us, share your delicious creation and get other scrumptious ideas.

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  51. OH Evelyn, my husband would love this!!Looks wonderful! Thanks for linking up to Saturday Dishes ~ Paula
    http://www.callmepmc.com/

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  52. This just makes my mouth water. We usually have ham for Easter, but now I am rethinking the meal. Thanks for linking up to Saturday Dishes. -Savannah www.hammocktracks.com

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  53. I'm featuring this at this week's Saturday Dishes, Evelyn!

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  54. I just LOVE, LOVE Prime Rib. I can't wait to make this recipe :)

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  55. Absolutely gorgeous. You really know how to put a beautiful ideas, thanks for sharing it with us

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))