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Easy Prime Rib of Beef Recipes

Standing Prime Rib Roast

Prime Rib of Beef Recipes suggestion – Take whole thawed Prime Rib Roasted and Ready and cut in half. Stand each half up on end that was faced from knife cut so the original ends are facing up. Push both halves together so undersides are touching. Tie together with butcher string or long twisted foil roped around both pieces at upper and lower areas of roast. Place in roasting pan with juices and wrap sheet foil completely around roast 3 times pinching end of foil wrap sealing roast in foil. Place in preheated 275 degrees F oven for approximately 3 hours or until internal temp is 125 degrees F to determine prime rib cooking time. Approximate reheating time: 2.5 hours for 10 lbs., 3 hours for 12 lbs., and 3.5 hours for 15 lbs. Remove from oven and let rib stand for about 15 minutes before slicing.

To lightly char the outside, increase heat to 450 F for the last 15 minutes of heating time. Transfer the Prime Rib standing to a serving platter, cover with foil and let stand for 15 or 20 minutes before carving to let the juices return to the center. Carve roast horizontally to slice against grain in that the roast is standing on its ends as opposed to lying on its side. Keep the pan juices warm and serve on top with side of creamy horseradish sauce or any other favorite prime rib sauce if you wish.

Grilled Prime Rib Roast

Prime Rib of Beef Recipes suggestion – Take whole thawed Prime Rib Roasted and Ready and place on open grill at high heat for 10 minutes to seal in the juice and flavor. Close grill cover and turn heat to low level allowing for a slow cook method. Approximate reheating time: 1.5 hours for 10 lbs., 2 hours for 12 lbs., and 2.5 hours for 15 lbs. Remove from grill and let rib stand for about 15 minutes before slicing.

Prime Rib Rotisserie

Prime Rib of Beef Recipes suggestion – Take whole thawed Prime Rib Roasted and Ready and center on Rotisserie skew rod over low heat. If on an open rotisserie approximate reheating time: 2 hours for 10 lbs., 2.5 hours for 12 lbs., 3 hours for 15 lbs. If in a closed rotisserie, product will normally take ½ hour less time. Remove from rotisserie and let rib stand for about 15 minutes before slicing. Always slice against grain of meat.

Easy Prime Rib of Beef Recipes

Blackened or Cajun Prime Rib recipe

Prime Rib of Beef Recipes suggestion – Simply a thick or thin sliced Prime Rib Roasted and Ready rubbed with olive oil and powdered in cracked peppercorn or Cajun seasoning then fire grill prime rib to a char served with Mardi Gras slaw and Black Beans or Hush Puppies (potato). Blackened prime rib can be seared in pan or on hot flat top grill if so desired.

Prime Rib Espanola

Prime Rib of Beef Recipes suggestion – Thin sliced Prime Rib topped with an Espanola Sauce (tomato-based brown gravy) served with Spanish rice, refried beans, sour cream and side of fresh warmed corn tortillas.

Toasted Open-face Grilled Prime Rib Sandwich

Sliced and Grilled Prime Rib on top of a freshly toasted slice of Challah (Jewish egg bread), Italian, or French bread, complimented with a fresh garnish of lettuce, tomato slices, dill pickle slices with side of kettle fried potato chips.

Grilled Prime Rib Ciabatta or Classic Kaiser Roll

Mound thinly sliced Prime Rib on the heel of the Ciabatta bread. Top with caramelized onions and aged cheddar. Place the crown on top and grill this sandwich weighting down top. Serve warm with creamy horseradish sauce and gourmet chips.

Cold Prime Rib Dagwood Sandwich

Spread 1 oz. honey mustard dressing on the bottom and top halves of Croissant or Kaiser. Layer lettuce leaf. Mound 5 oz thinly sliced or shaved cold Prime Rib. Layer lettuce leaf around tomato slice. Mound 7 oz thinly sliced or shaved Prime Rib. Layer lettuce leaf. Place the Croissant or Kaiser top with honey mustard dressing on and secure with a pick.

Prime Rib Burrito (a unique prime rib cooking recipe)

Prime Rib of Beef Recipes suggestion – Ingredients: 1 ½ lb. Roast Prime Rib cut whole – 1 14 1/2 oz. can diced tomatoes – 1 sm. onion, chopped – 1 tsp. dried oregano, crushed – 1/4 tsp. ground cumin – 1 clove garlic, minced – 6 9-10″ tomato-flavored or plain flour tortillas, warmed – 3/4 cup. shredded sharp cheddar cheese (3 oz.) – 8 oz. Salsa

Instructions: In a 3 1/2 or 4 qt. crockery cooker place meat, undrained tomatoes, onion, peppers, oregano, cumin, and garlic. Cover; cook on low-heat setting for 8 to 10 hours or on high-heat setting for 4 to 5 hours slow cooking prime rib. Remove Prime Rib from cooker. Using 2 forks, shred Prime Rib. Spoon one-sixth of the meat onto each warm tortilla just below the center. Top with cheese, Salsa, and if desired, sour cream. Roll up tortilla. Serves 6 or simply adjust recipe for less or more!

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