No fail is right! I added salt, fresh ground pepper, garlic powder, wasabi powder and rosemary for my spices. I put the spices on the night before, and then followed your cooking directions EXACTLY. The result was a perfectly cooked, medium rare prime rib! :-)
Just like the name says...this is definitely a "No Fail Prime Rib Recipe!" Last month, I made my first prime rib and checked out a lot of recipes, but wanted something as simple to follow as this recipe is. My main concern was cooking time. I got a lot of ideas for seasoning my prime, so I rubbed the prime with olive oil, McCormick's meat marinade, kosher salt & pepper, then I rubbed fresh minced garlic and fresh rosemary all over. Once I got it in the oven and followed the cooking directions, it came out superb and my family was "mmmm-ing" with every bite! I really appreciate that you posted this recipe and I will always use it in the future!
I did this for Christmas eve with and ELEVEN POUND BONE IN ROAST! It not only shocked me how perfect it was but, I had to repeat the recipe several times because my family and friends couldn't believe it worked. I cooked it for 1 hour at 2pm. Shut the oven off AT 3pm. Went to church. When I came back it was at 125'...I was so freaked out I never put the oven back on and at 7pm it had been at 129' for an hour or more so i just took it out and started slicing since we all like medium rare...EVERYONE WAS SHOCKED at how perfect it was!..yahoo! Was I a star! I'll never worry about a roast again. THANK YOU!
We used to live in Eden Prairie and shopped at Ken's often. This is the best and easiest prime rib recipe we have ever used. It never fails, as long as you DON'T PEEK!