Perfect Prime Rib – Easiest Prime Rib Recipe Ever! – Holiday Prime Rib of Beef admin | May 25, 2016 | Kitchen Recipes | 20 Comments Learn how to make Perfect Prime Rib Recipe! Visit foodwishes.com to get more info, and watch over 500 free video recipes. I hope you enjoy this Perfect Prime Rib Recipe, a great holiday entertaining idea! Video Rating: / 5 Share this:Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Related Posts How to Make Caribbean Stew Chicken. 40 Comments | Feb 25, 2017 Rollitos de huevo con verduras – Desayuno fácil de preparar 20 Comments | Dec 14, 2016 Chocolate Candy Cake 40 Comments | Apr 24, 2017 SUPER MARIO FIRE FLOWER APPETIZERS – NERDY NUMMIES No Comments | Jun 3, 2016 About The Author admin 20 Comments Barbara Blättler May 26, 2016 Reply I don't like my meat half raw. How do I cook it so that it done but juicy? grinster1 May 26, 2016 Reply Too raw, I'm a professional chef and this is more akin to tartar… Walker May 26, 2016 Reply All be sure NOT to use a stainless dish,it will turn out very rare inside and crispy black outside..went back to a chef John dish and m.f was it a m.f. Perfect…🍽 GreenMyrtle May 26, 2016 Reply Red Meat!!! Jack Weber May 26, 2016 Reply I made this yesterday and it came out awesome!👍👍 Andrew Philips May 26, 2016 Reply I cried when i saw his wifi bar show one stick only at 2:21 Marty Smith May 26, 2016 Reply I gotta give it to you…..I made this last night, and it was the BEST roast i've ever made. Anyone out there that's considering this; follow the recipe exactly, and you won't go wrong. The only downside is that Ribeye roast costs an arm and a leg. Well worth it as a treat, though. Excellent recipe, and well worth giving it a try. Ed C May 26, 2016 Reply My results:I had 17 lbs of boneless rib eye roast, cut into three equal sections to fit in the pan. I did 500F for 48 mins (should have been 85 mins at 5 mins/lb) but I jumped in because my temperature probe was reading 131F. When I stuck a different piece of meat, it read 99F (wtf, right?!)I let it sit for 20 mins with the oven off (but opening the door to restick the probe), then decided to cook it more, since the oven temp dropped to 320F. So I set the oven for 325 for 20 mins, and it came out medium well, but SOOOO juicy. The au jus (from the other video) made up for overcooking the meat. Overall, this method is a home run. I should've let it sit through the closed oven instead of cooking it at 325F any further. But anyway, I fed 13 people and had enough leftover to send half of the guests home with extras. :) Road Rescue May 26, 2016 Reply I have cooked this recipe many times and it is now my favorite thank you for sharing Kenzo B May 26, 2016 Reply Any recommendation for trying to cook multiple prime ribs in a single oven for time/temperature? Tim Britt May 26, 2016 Reply I'm doing a 12.5 pound bone in on Sunday :) SanLewy May 26, 2016 Reply Would this work as well with a trip-tip roast? wba241168 May 26, 2016 Reply Could I duplicate this recipe but using a leg of lamb roast instead? Joel Peart May 26, 2016 Reply 4:14. That was a genuine OMG, not your typical throwaway. No wonder. Looks phenomenal. joshua borner May 26, 2016 Reply Will this work on a 22 pounder? A Alekhine May 26, 2016 Reply In his voice…"It supposed to serve 4…But, for me, it will serve 1…"Great recipe… atrusco May 26, 2016 Reply I did this today for Valentine's Day and it turned out absolutely perfect! it was sitting at exactly 125 degrees right out of the oven. I didn't even have to cut off the bones, they pulled right off in one perfect piece (my lunch tomorrow). This method is genius! I also used the recipes for horseradish sauce, au jus, and fondant potatoes and they were a huge hit. Food Wishes is legit! Tina Siz May 26, 2016 Reply If you seeking a way to cook it like a fine steak restaurant does, this is the best way. Although i have never used lavender on it. Be very generous with the thyme, rosemary, and salt…. I generally leave it about an hour and cook mine at 475 or 450 because my over cooks hot… Also, I usually cook mine with fondant Potatoes. bruce maxwell May 26, 2016 Reply I am real interesting in your feedback I have cooked a few prime ribs always the traditional method. Most time the ones I fix are boneless. Would like to try method X no sure being boneless if that would affect the the time have a 18 pounder I am cooking in a few days anon ymous May 26, 2016 Reply this is medium not mid rare. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.