Top Rated Prime Rib Recipes

  Prime rib is another popular roast served during the holidays. Studded with garlic cloves, this bone-in primal cut from Balducci’s is extra vibrant and flavorful.
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Bison Prime Rib
For a healthy red meat alternative to turkey, carve up a boneless bison prime rib. 
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Chef Elizabeth Karmel is the famed chef of New York City's favorite fried chicken and homemade pie joint, Hill Country Chicken, as well as of New York City and Washington, D.C.'s top Texas-style barbecue restaurant. Her favorite traditional holiday recipe is prime rib with horseradish cream and Yorkshire pudding. "It is always my family's traditional holiday dish — it's the star of our dinner, but very simple for a home cook to make! Make sure to order an untrimmed rib roast with the fat and rib bones still intact — this will baste the meat and keep it juicy during the long cooking time. I serve the prime rib with a decadent horseradish cream and a side of sizzling Yorkshire pudding."
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KathyP53
From Saveur Magazine. I serve prime rib or Ina Garten's beef tenderloin for Christmas dinner. I'm adding this recipe to my list!
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DiGiggle
We have made prime rib for Christmas Eve dinner for years. I found this marinade in a magazine a long time ago and decided to try it. While looking through the Recipezaar site, I discovered an even better method of cooking it thanks to Pat and others! My family looks forward to this meal all year long! We hope you enjoy it, too.
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www.epicurean.com
Rub garlic on all sides or sprinkle with garlic powder. Pepper all sides. Dust all sides with flour. Do not salt raw meat. Lay in shallow pan bones down and fat side up. Roast uncovered at 500' for 20 minutes. Turn oven down to 325' and continue ...
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RecipeTips.com
Easy to prepare, prime rib is a delicious dish to prepare for those special occasions.
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Pat
I really don't remember exactly where this recipe originated.
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During the postwar restaurant boom, this roast was the epitome of fine dining. We happen to agree.
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www.epicurean.com
23-25 minutes per pound at 275-300 F
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Dale
Prime rib roast the easy way. Tastes delicious!
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Lali
If you love Prime Rib, this is for YOU!!!
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