I tried this method but I was afraid the prime rib would not cook. Here are my facts. I had a 4.22lb prime rib roast with the ribs cut off and tied back on. I used a gas oven and I did not open the oven at all. I cooked the prime rib at 500 ° for 25 mins before turning the oven off. I inserted a remote thermometer from the begining. I didn't realize I could see my oven temp thermometer through the door until the oven had been off about an hour and 15 minutes and the oven temp was only 125 and the roast was only 112 degrees. I then turned the oven on to 300° and when the roast temp reached 135° I removed it from the oven. While resting the temp continued to climb to 143°. I have times and temps throughout the cooking period, but I can't display it, because allrepices will not allow the formating. Rst turned out very good, if you like it medium. I would have perfered it more bloody, I should have removed it from the oven sooner or not turned the oven up to 300, maybe only 250° would have worked.
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I tried this method but I was afraid the prime rib would not cook. Here are my facts. I had...