date: 2020-05-31T22:36:29.710Z
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author: Gordon Jennings
ratingvalue: 4.6
reviewcount: 11
recipeingredient:
– “1 Rib roast large or small end about 6 to 8 lbs about 3 to 4 ribs” – “8 Garlic cloves peeled” – “1 Lawrys seasoned salt” – “1 Crushed garlic paste” – “1 Marinade injector” – “2 packages Au Jus sauce mix” – “1 jar of Horseradish paste”
recipeinstructions:
– “Remove roast from fridge 45 min. before cooking. It should be as close to room temp. as possible.” – “Preheat the oven to 400.” – “Start prepping the roast by injecting the garlic paste in various spots. Nobody has ever complained about there being too much garlic.” – “Cut slits in the fat and insert garlic cloves (push cloves completely under fat or they will come out during cooking)” – “Rub the entire roast with Lawrys seasoned salt or your favorite meat rub.” – “Place roast in large roasting pan uncovered with fat side up.” – “Cook roast for 1 hour at 400.” – “Turn the oven off and leave off for one hour.” – “DO NOT OPEN THE OVEN!” – “After one hour, turn oven on to 325.” – “Cook roast an additional 5 to 8 min. per lb. depending on desired rareness.” – “After cooking, loosely cover with foil and let roast rest for at least 20 minutes.” – “During this time the Au Jus sauce can be made… follow directions on package.” – “I serve my roast with horseradish and au jus on the side… if you've never had horseradish on your prime rib… you need to try it.”
categories:
– Recipe
tags:
– prime – rib – roast
katakunci: prime rib roast
nutrition: 210 calories
recipecuisine: American
preptime: “PT12M”
cooktime: “PT46M”
recipeyield: “1”
recipecategory: Dessert

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Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an incredible day today. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make a special dish, prime rib roast. It is one of my favorites. This time, I’m gonna make it a bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Prime Rib Roast is one of the most favored of recent trending foods on earth. It’s simple, it’s quick, it tastes delicious. It is appreciated by millions daily. They’re fine and they look fantastic. Prime Rib Roast is something which I’ve loved my entire life.

To get started with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook prime rib roast using 7 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you cook that.

##### The ingredients needed to make Prime Rib Roast:

1. Get 1 Rib roast large or small end (about 6 to 8 lbs.) about 3 to 4 ribs. 1. Get 8 Garlic cloves (peeled) 1. Prepare 1 Lawrys seasoned salt 1. Prepare 1 Crushed garlic (paste) 1. Get 1 Marinade injector 1. Prepare 2 packages Au Jus sauce mix 1. Get 1 jar of Horseradish paste

##### Instructions to make Prime Rib Roast:

1. Remove roast from fridge 45 min. before cooking. It should be as close to room temp. as possible. 1. Preheat the oven to 400. 1. Start prepping the roast by injecting the garlic paste in various spots. Nobody has ever complained about there being too much garlic. 1. Cut slits in the fat and insert garlic cloves (push cloves completely under fat or they will come out during cooking) 1. Rub the entire roast with Lawrys seasoned salt or your favorite meat rub. 1. Place roast in large roasting pan uncovered with fat side up. 1. Cook roast for 1 hour at 400. 1. Turn the oven off and leave off for one hour. 1. DO NOT OPEN THE OVEN! 1. After one hour, turn oven on to 325. 1. Cook roast an additional 5 to 8 min. per lb. depending on desired rareness. 1. After cooking, loosely cover with foil and let roast rest for at least 20 minutes. 1. During this time the Au Jus sauce can be made… follow directions on package. 1. I serve my roast with horseradish and au jus on the side… if you've never had horseradish on your prime rib… you need to try it.

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