3 Reviews

Love this recipe serve every Christmas with lobster. Couple of variations I would add. On the outside of the meat I add much more salt and pepper and garlic than recipe calls for. Also by getting butter warmers you can put your au jus in and it stays hot as you are eating the prime rib.

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oreomnichols November 19, 2010

Served this fantastic recipe for Christmas dinner. I cooked a 4.5-5 pound prime rib roast for 1 hour and 30 minutes at 325 degrees F until it reached 135 degrees on the meat thermometer because we like our beef rare. It was so tender, just melted in your mouth. I made the jus exactly as stated, and it was superb. Mine did take 2 hours to reduce to 2 cups, rather than the 1 hour stated, so I was glad I made it two days in advance. I will definitely make this again! Thanks Julesong!!!

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AmandaInOz December 26, 2007

I know I'm a little late, but I used the au Jus recipe for my prime rib dinner for Christmas. This was one of the best I have ever had. I would give it 6 stars but...no can do. I DID follow the recipe as posted. Thank you for the wonderful recipe.

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GregV March 14, 2007
Prime Rib With Cabernet Jus