Prime Rib Recipe

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5 pounds beef prime rib (double the seasonings if the rib is larger) ▏seven cloves minced garlic ▏one teaspoon fresh thyme ▏sea salt ▏two teaspoons freshly ground black pepper ▏one teaspoon fresh rosemary ▏one teaspoon fresh thyme ▏horseradish, optionally served

Ingredients

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Before cooking, remove the prime rib from the refrigerator and allow it to come to room temperature. Spread salt on all surfaces of the food and loosely cover it with plastic wrap as it approaches room temperature. A prime rib roast that is allowed to reach room temperature will cook more uniformly and effectively. 

INSTRUCTIONS

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Modify the oven racks: Adjust or lower the oven rack prior to cooking the prime rib in order to ensure that the meat is cooked in the center of the oven. Glaze the oven at 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Incorporate seasonings: Combine 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, garlic, and olive oil in the interim. Obtain the roast: The roast should be patted with paper towels. Apply seasoning to all sides of the item while pressing it in. Utilize a bone-in roasting pan with the bones positioned downwards. Position a boneless roast within the pan on a tray.

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After 15 minutes of baking at 500 degrees, reduce the temperature of the oven to 325 degrees and continue baking the prime rib until it reaches the desired doneness. Employ a meat thermometer to determine the meat's temperature: Rare: 120 degrees Fahrenheit (10-12 minutes per pound). Sized Medium Infrequent: 130 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately 13-14 minutes per pound).

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Medium: 140 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately 14 to 15 minutes per pound). Sized Medium Indeed, 150 degrees Fahrenheit (Before the meat reaches the desired temperature, remove it from the oven 5 to 10 degrees earlier; it will continue to roast as it cools.) After that, remove from the oven and cover with foil. 30 minutes should pass prior to carving.

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Cut the prime rib roast into approximately ½-inch thick segments while slicing against the grain. If desirable, incorporate horseradish into the dish.

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