Roasted Prime Rib

Anthony Biegacki Recipe

By Anthony Biegacki Anthony_Biegacki

10 - 14 servings
1 Hr 20 Min
3 Hr 30 Min

I love it cause it's meat and reminds me of Christmas.

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prime rib roast
blackened spice
northwood's seasonings (penzey's spices)
paprika, sweet mild
olive oil

Directions Step-By-Step

Let prime rib set out at least an hour before preparing. Rub the prime rib down with oil. Then, mix all the seasonings together and coat the prime rib with them.
Next, place in oven at 400 degrees to sear the outside crust for 20 to 30 min. Take it out and put in roaster or keep in oven and drop temp. down to 275- 300 degrees. Three or four hours to cook. Internal temp. should be 125 to 135 for medium rare.

Time will be less if it is a smaller roast.
Prime Rib just coming out of roaster
Slicing it up
Plated and ready to eat...medium rare slice
Plated and ready to eat...medium well

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Roasts
Hashtag: #Prime-Rib

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Carolyn Hopkins Xrhodie
Sep 20, 2011
How long does it take to sear????
Stephanie Dodd skeen
Sep 21, 2011
OMG; I love prime rib just as rare as this!!!! You must be Kim's husband with this wonderful recipe!!! thanks so much for sharing!@!
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Kim Biegacki pistachyoo
Sep 21, 2011
Yep, Stephanie your right and you would love that center of Prime Rib. I must eat the end pieces cause I cannot do medium rare. My mother loves it this way too.
Did you see what he put for his notes??? Leave it to a guy. He just called me and asked if anyone had posted on here, so I checked it. I had to add a few more pics to it. hehe
Stephanie Dodd skeen
Sep 21, 2011
how funny! It looks yummy. I have never cooked a Prime Rib for fear I would ruin the expensive cut of meat!!!!
Nancy R Robeyone
Sep 22, 2011
Anthony, This looks wonderful! Cooked to perfection! @ Stephanie, just go for it. Yes it is expensive but worth every penny. Worst this is to over cook it. You can always fix a rare cut of meat.
Angela Gray angiemath
Sep 23, 2011
Anthony, My hubby is going to love this recipe, he loves prime rib ! I like mine cooked medium well and he likes his medium so I eat the ends and he starts in the middle. THanks for posting, I can hardly wait to show him this, maybe we will have prime rib for Sunday dinner ! Blessings, Angela
Staci Ojeda txstayathomemom
Sep 23, 2011
YUM! I love my beef Med Rare.. any beef except hamburgers .. looks amazing to me.. saved.. gonna try this out at some point!
Dee Stillwell LILLYDEE
Jun 15, 2012
I just saw this and noticed it was back in Sept/11...Kim, I didn't know ur hubs was a member..very cool..the prime rib looks really good...except I love the end cut..bcuz of the flavor..but can do med - medium well.
Welcome Anthony!

Stephanie, go ahead and try a prime rib. It will be good even if u overcook it a lttle, If it is a good cut of meat it will be the roast is tough, it will be that way no matter how u cook it..specially over medium doneness.
Donna Hook bookie8895
Jun 2, 2013
Hi.... Do you have a recipe for your Blackened Spice?
Is it written somewhere, where we can pin it?