By yooper on August 20, 2003
Photo by BakingGuru
Photo by BakingGuru
"Prime Rib is definitely the king of meats! This is a simple, yet elegant and impressive entree for your Christmas feast. From allrecipes.com."
Serving Size: 1 (307 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 15
"Awesome recipe, I have used this recipe many times on pork roast and standing rib roast. I stumbled on this recipe on another site and modified it a little. Made a paste with the olive oil, salt, pepper, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary, minced roasted garlic, then followed the rest of the recipe. I take mine out of the oven at 115 degrees F and let it rest and the temp will rise about ten more degrees for rare. Most of my family prefers rare prime rib. Serve with pineapple salsa."
"Just about the best I have had. Hubby insists I make this when we have a special occasion. Easy, and IDEAL for those of us who don't think to prepare the meat 24 hours in advance! Thanx!"
"Oh my goodness, this was the BEST prime rib I have ever made and tasted! It was a BIG hit with everyone this Christmas! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful recipe. This will be the only prime rib that I will make from now on. We LOVED it."
"This was awesome!!! I grilled mine on the barbeque!"
"Loved this recipe.. if i had to say to words about this i'd say "Mouth orgasm""
"My first time making prime rib. With this recipe it was a HIT!!! This is an awesome recipe. Simple yet elegant a must try. Thank you Yooper for posting."
"First time making a 10lb prime rib roast. Butcher asked if I wanted it rolled and wrapped? Said it makes it look "fancier" so I did. I think that effected the cook time. Roast was only at 85 degrees after 1hour at 325. Recipe didn't say to cover or not? Had to cover it for it to cook quicker. After 2.5 hours & an increased oven temp it was 140 degrees and the roast had all variations of doneness. Everyone enjoyed it greatly & was able to cut it with a butter knife but will adjust the cook time according to weight next time of 15 minutes per pound and may double the garlic sauce."
"Oh my gosh! Used this recipe last night. My husband and I loved it. Will use over and over."
"Thanks for posting. I added dried minced onions, as per another recipe, and used this method. Was extremely tasty. Next time I'd pull it out at 135 too."
"i was actually going to post this recipe and looked for it first. i have used this recipe from another site and shared it with many friends and family who all love it!!!! this recipe would get more stars if it could. i have also used thse spices for tri tip and steaks too, goes with beef perfectly!!!"
"Yummy! Made this for my contribution to Christmas dinner. It was soooo good and gone right away! I should have selected a bigger prime rib. Sooooooooo tasty!"
"This is a SERIOUSLY great recipe for Prime Rib!! I also found this on allrecipes, but added 2tablespoons seasoned salt and 4tablespoons white wine to step #3. Make awesome leftovers, that is IF there is any left!!"
"Everyone loved this. My first time trying to prepare Prime Rib and was happy that this recipe was here to help me."
"Excellent. This was a huge hit at Christmas. Thanks for posting."
"Awesome! I haved this recipe for a 5-lb rib roast (I didn't halve the garlic though), and adjusted my cooking times accordingly. It came out very tender, juicy and flavorful. I will be using this recipe for the holidays with a 10-lb roast. Sorry, no picture, but I didn't cut it neatly enough...gotta work on that;) Thanx for posting this recipe."