Garlic Prime Rib
You do not want to mess around with a cut of meat this expensive. This is the only recipe to ever trust, and the one to stick with for the rest of your life!
I have made this for every Christmas day dinner since 2007. This meal is part of my gift to my extended family, and they now look forward to the prime rib as part of our tradition. I serve it with the roasted Brussels sprouts and whipped horseradish sauce from this site, along with a loaded baked potato. My daughter takes the potato orders, which adds to the fun of this meal.
Add a carton of beef broth to the bottom of the pan and crank the oven up to 425 for au jus to serve with the meat.
The first step of cooking the roast at 500 for 20 minutes will smoke out your kitchen, be prepared to open doors and windows even if it's the dead of winter. Our smoke alarm goes off every time, I liken this to pavlov's dog, as the loud alarm makes everyone's mouth water because they know the prime rib meal is coming.
Thank you Chef Mike!
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Jan. 5, 2014