11 Essential Prime Rib Recipes

While it's fitting to serve prime rib around the holidays, recipes this decadent will tempt you in the heat of summer! Give it a try and you'll be serving it up all the time.

Pepper-Crusted Prime Rib With Horseradish Sauce

“This was wonderful! The horseradish sauce was easy and loved by everyone. It had a nice bite without being overly strong. I’m looking forward to making it again!”

-Everjanet

Pressure Cooker Prime Rib

“It might seem crazy or downright impossible to make an entire prime rib in a pressure cooker, but I’m here to tell you that it is possible and totally delicious.”

-Jonathan Melendez

Mustard-Roasted Prime Rib

“An unforgettable roast dinner boosted with a tang of mustard.”

-Dan Churchill

Herbed Prime Rib

“An impressive roast for holiday parties and other special occasions. Coat it with a seasoning rub and roast slowly for tender, flavorful meat.”

-McCormick Kitchens

Garlic Crust Prime Rib

“A delicious prime rib roast, and a lovely presentation as well. I’ve never made a prime rib with a bread crumb curst, but it imparted such a wonderful flavor to the meat. We served ours with a horseradish sour cream dipping sauce and a delicious salad.”

-DailyInspiration

Salt Roasted Prime Ribs of Beef

Salt does wonders for meat, and this is no different! It creates a flavorful, tender prime rib. Serve this at your next gathering!

Cajun Prime Rib

"This was a really tasty steak. I enjoyed the seasonings to perk it up!”

-lazyme

Perfect Prime Rib

“This prime rib recipe seems to be foolproof if you follow the cooking directions. My friends have tried this as well and says it comes out so yummy.”

-Holly L.

Bulletproof Easy Prime Rib

“I made this for Christmas Eve and it turned out perfectly. I am not a cook. If I can do this, so can anyone.”

-Johncn

Garlic Prime Rib

“An awesome recipe! I’ve used this recipe many times on pork roast and standing rib roast. Serve it with pineapple salsa!”

-mandcris

The Ultimate Prime Rib

“This method of cooking a roast will give you an even temperature throughout the entire piece of meat.”

-Capn Ron

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