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This was great for Easter dinnner, I did add salt & pepper and onion and garlic powder. My 3 pound roast was cooke to 165° and came out medium in the middle and medium well in the ends. Thanks for posting CipherBabe. Made for PAC Spring 2010.

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ElaineAnn April 05, 2010

Fantastic! Used with Roast Beef Slather on a little 2 lb sirloin roast. 15 minutes @450 degrees F then 20 minutes @325 degrees F yielded a perfect medium rare roast. Will keep this to use again & again. Thank you CipherBabe!

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Buster's friend September 27, 2007

This is absolutely the Perfect prime rib recipe!!!!! I seasoned mine in my usual way for meats, then followed the directions to a T, and voila! Perfect medium rare prime rib!!! My first try too!! And I was so nervous about making it, lol, as I was making it for my hubby and me, and my sister and brother-in-law who were up from Tx last year. And they were QUITE impressed, BIG complement coming from them as they have eaten at a lot of very fancy restaurants from all over the world, and I am just a home cook in small town MO. I am going to make this for my hubby this Friday for Valentines Day!!! He will be pleasantly surprised :D This is truly a fail proof recipe!!! Thanks Cipherbabe!!! :)

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Ang Higgy February 12, 2014

This cooked perfectly. I am always afraid that I am going to over cook the Prime Rib, but this seems a fail safe way to cook. Will use this technique again. Thanks.

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Cul_de_sac_Barbie August 10, 2010
Perfect Medium Rare Prime Rib Roast