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Old 12-30-2014, 07:21 PM
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Default Prime Rib - Joy of Cooking

I forgot about the cool technique that Sass Muffin posted a few years ago, which I would still like to try http://www.netcookingtalk.com/forums...ad.php?t=17002

But I've always had success using the Joy of Cooking method for prime rib, and continued my successful streak for this past Christmas dinner.

Prime Rib - Joy of Cooking

Take roast out of fridge two hours before cooking.

I season with salt, pepper and garlic powder.

Set on a rack, bone side down.

Preheat oven to 550.

(Note: they say to insert a meat thermometer before putting the roast in the oven - I don't use my probe thermometers at heat that high because it fries them. I insert a probe when I think the meat is close to being done and the oven isn't searing hot.)

When the oven reaches temp, turn it down immediately to 350 and put in the roast.

Roast 18 to 20 minutes a pound, or when the meat is done to the internal temp you like (I pull mine at 130 degrees).

Rest for 10 minutes before slicing.

Fantastic!

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I love it. I need to do one soon. Haven't had one in a while. CF
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Looks good, but a little more done for me!!
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Just perfect for me. Great job!
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Mouthwatering. Mmmmmmm that looks so so good. Thank's Lee.

ps: what are the little round things between the beans and meat?
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Doc, the plated photo shows the prime rib, garlic-mashed potatoes, asparagus and stuffed mushrooms, all on my grandmother's special "holiday plates".

No one used either the delicious gravy or the horseradish sauce I made - they wanted to taste just what they had there. :-)

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Guess I can't expect too much. Ok, an end piece for me, please. Hah!!

But I'm tempted to at least go buy a small one after the holidays!
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Doc, the plated photo shows the prime rib, garlic-mashed potatoes, asparagus and stuffed mushrooms, all on my grandmother's special "holiday plates".

No one used either the delicious gravy or the horseradish sauce I made - they wanted to taste just what they had there. :-)

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It all looks fantastic. While I agree, I would have started without the sauces but before done I would have tried the horseradish for sure, and if I had room I'd try the gravy also.
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I would've put some gravy on the mashed taters & the meat!

Gravy with ANY meat, mashed taters, noodles or rice go together like ham & eggs, beans & franks, peanut butter & jelly!!
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Default Re: Prime Rib - Joy of Cooking

Fantastic! I would have taken some horseradish sauce on the side...one bite plain, next bite with the horsey sauce, love that stuff.

I bought a new brand of horseradish, usually buy the Kraft, and it was really stout, good but stout. I made some of the Outback Tiger Dill Sauce for some deli roast beef sandwiches a couple weeks ago...so good.
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Default Re: Prime Rib - Joy of Cooking

horseradish is a required side for us - gravy with prime rib doesn't float much around here either.

once we went to an eatery specifically on Friday night as that was the only night they offered prime rib.

when the server asked "and how would you like that done?" it decided it was time to pick a different entree.

by definition, it's medium rare - QSis certainly nailed it - I drool . . . - a bit of brown on the outer edges down to rare/medium rare at the bone.

DW doesn't do 'blood' so she gets the 'end slice' - the rest of us have red napkins.....
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Usually, when I cook a meat, I almost always make a small gravy to go with it, especially if I'm having mashed taters, rice or noodles.

I love gravy and the taste of it, especially turkey, chicken & beef gravy, as well as pork gravy!! Our mom always made gravy to go with the meats that she cooked!
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Lee, I will gladly take all of that gorgeous medium roast. It looks perfect.

The lady time I did a roast it was for quote a few people. I was thinking of making two roasts to get the meat uniformly done. After a bit of research, I made one ten pound roast. I had I cut off the bone and tired back. I roasted it at 200 for a bunch of hours, I think six. During that time, no juice came off the meat. The last half hour, I increased the temp to something like 375, maybe 400. The meat browned perfectly, it was uniformly done throughout. Gosh! It's been a long time, like CF, time for another.

Birthday is coming up --------- Hmmmm. Pretty much always cook my own birthday dinner.
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Lee, I will gladly take all of that gorgeous medium roast. It looks perfect.

The lady time I did a roast it was for quote a few people. I was thinking of making two roasts to get the meat uniformly done. After a bit of research, I made one ten pound roast. I had I cut off the bone and tired back. I roasted it at 200 for a bunch of hours, I think six. During that time, no juice came off the meat. The last half hour, I increased the temp to something like 375, maybe 400. The meat browned perfectly, it was uniformly done throughout. Gosh! It's been a long time, like CF, time for another.

Birthday is coming up --------- Hmmmm. Pretty much always cook my own birthday dinner.


WOW!! That's nice to know!!

Of course, I may never make one that big. But it IS nice to know how to do it perfectly, so that it comes out juicy, brown & done in the center and not be dried out!
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Lee, your prime rib is mouthwateringly beautiful. And I love your grandmother's special holiday plates. They look like Spanish/Mexican talavera. Lovely design. Happy New Year to all!

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I just want to get a small one boneless, and I want to try slow cooking it like Adillo303 has done!!
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I did this in the oven last night - rubbed with French sea salt and black pepper, roasted to 110F, still a bit on the medium side, but excellent. We have about two thirds left that will make some great leftover meals.
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110 degrees, John! How can that be medium?

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I know. I'm beginning to question the reliability of the meat thermometer. I did let if rest for 15 minutes before carving.
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Here is the roast in the dutch oven. Aroma was incredible.
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Tonight was rib roast hash with the Joy of cooking recipe.
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Wish I had a plate of that right now!

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Wish I had a plate of that right now!

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There was plenty leftover, too. The bacon was getting a bit old but got it all fried up and gone. We don't eat as much of it as we used to.
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