Monday, February 6, 2012

Super Bowl–Prime Rib

Ok, now for the recipe that everyone actually comes to my super bowl party for. Who can turn down Prime Rib. I got this recipe from a dear friend who said she got it from her uncle who served it in his restaurant.

Recipe: Prime Rib

Prime Rib, with fat on.
6 Cloves Minced Garlic
Rock Salt, enough to form a crust
1 Cans Beef Broth
1 Cans Chicken Broth

Leave fat on Prime rib. Rub good with garlic. Then heavily sprinkle with rock salt to form a crust over surface of Prime Rib. Place bone side down in pan. Cook at 500 for 15 minutes, then reduce heat and cook until internal temperature of meat is between 115-120. Remove and let sit for 5 minutes. Remove crust and cut meat into slices. Combine both broths in a shallow pan. Add a chunk of the crust and heat until it is just below a simmer. Place each piece of meat in broth until cooked to the desired doneness for the eater.

I did find out something when shopping for this recipe. It turns out that Costco does not carry prime rib year around. What they do have it Prime Rib without the ribs (which makes it more of a prime roast). I was only slightly disappointed as it would mean no home made beef stock this year. Another change this year was that instead of rubbing minced garlic all over the outside, I cut slits  crammed the garlic right in the slab of meat.

Prime Rib in the oven

Sadly I did mess up I the cooking as it cook faster than I thought. As such, everyone got there prime rib medium. (Time to invest in a good remote meat thermometer.)

The finished product

It still turned out great and finishing it off in the broth really makes the prime rib moist and wonderful. I didn’t hear a single complaint about the prime rib (or any of the food for that matter).

Happy eating.

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