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Standing Prime RibOf all the traditional Christmas dishes & recipes served for the holidays, many families consider prime rib a perfect 10.

Since it is tops in tender and juicy flavor, prime rib is one of the most expensive cuts you'll pay for at the market, but the price is well worth it — and surprisingly easy for beginners to cook and serve.

How to Cook Prime Rib

Because the bones lend so much more flavor, standing rib roast is generally preferred over a rolled rib roast (with the ribs removed). Either way, preparation traditionally entails a simple coating of sea salt, pepper and garlic powder; and then allowing the roast to rest at room temperature for about an hour to allow the meat to absorb the spices.

Placed in a large roasting pan, ribs down, a prime rib roast can be cooked in one of two ways:

  • Some cooks prefer an initial roasting at 475°F degrees for 20 minutes to seal in the juices. Then they reduce the heat to 325°F degrees for the balance of the cooking time. (Using this method, allow 15 minutes per pound for rare, 18-20 for medium, or 25 minutes for a well done roast.)

  • Other cooks prefer slow roasting at 325°F for the the entire cooking time since they say the meat cooks more evenly and reduces the roast's overall shrinkage. (Using this method, allow 20 minutes per pound for rare, 25 for medium, or 30 minutes for well done.)

Servings per person: A four rib roast should provide an adequate serving for eight people, so allow for 2 portions per rib. If using a rolled (boneless) rib roast, allow for about 1 lb. per person.

How to make au jus - A thin, simple gravy - made from flavorful pan juices and bits from the bottom of the pan - is also simplicity itself to make. Pour the pan juices into a small sauce pan, add 1/2 cup of prepared beef stock (along with a 1/2 cup of red wine, if desired) and simmer gently for several minutes. Voila! Aus jus gravy.

Prime rib wine pairings: Serve your favorite full-bodied red wine such as pinot noir, zinfandel or syrah as a complimentary wine paring for this festive meal.


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Around the Web, discover more about how to prepare and cook prime rib and standing roasts featuring expert recipes with complete holiday menus, suggestions for savory side dishes, and related tips for proudly serving the "king" of all holiday dinners ....

Cooking Perfect Prime Rib - Standing Rib Roast - Extensive photos and how to's complete this guide including how to choose a prime rib, portion sizes, roast chart with times & temperatures, photos, and related recipes for au jus, Yorkshire pudding, sour cream horseradish sauce and garlic blue cheese sauce.

Prime Rib or Standing Rib Roast - Recipe File - Cooking for Engineers - The newbie guide to prime rib with complete cooking instructions, simple reference table including time & temperatures, and an accompanying recipe for au jus and Yorkshire pudding.

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Martha Stewart Prime Rib Dinner - The queen of homemaking provides recipes & instructions for a holiday prime rib dinner complete with photos and instructional video.

Prime Rib Dinner- How To Cook Prime Rib, Au Jus Recipe - A 7-course dinner menu with step-by-step instruction for preparing and cooking prime rib with more recipes for a baby artichoke appetizer, side dishes, dessert.


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