One of the most exciting parts of Christmas without a doubt is the succulent dishes that accompany itIt is a fact that many of us wait all year to enjoy delicious seasonal food. With regard to the main dishes for many, the turkey is the star guest at the table, also in some homes they choose to serve a rich loin or ham; however, it goes without saying that many people prefer meat. And one of the pampered alternatives is the Prime Rib, also known as “rib roast.” It is a relatively new cut in the cuisine of Latin America, but it is very traditional in the United States for its smoothness, succulence and flavor. It stands out for having a lot of fat interleaved, therefore the end result is a juicier meat that is usually presented with the bone to accentuate the flavor. So if you are a meat lover, we set out to collect the simplest steps to make the best Prime Rib of the season and enjoy the traditional Christmas feast with prime meat.
How to make a succulent Prime Rib?
– 5 pounds of Prime Rib
– Sea salt
– 2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper
– 2 teaspoons fresh rosemary
– 1 teaspoon fresh thyme
– 8 garlic cloves, minced
– ¼ cup olive oil
– Optional: horseradish, to serve
– Large roasting pan
– Digital thermometer
Roast preparation method:
Before cooking, you will need to properly prepare the cut of meat to ensure that it cooks properly. Remove from the refrigerator an hour before cooking and season on all sides with salt, then you should cover it loosely with plastic wrap. It is important that the cut of meat reaches room temperature before cooking.
The 7 steps to make a magazine Prime Rib:
1. Adjust the oven rack to allow the meat to cook in the center of the oven, then preheat to 500ºF.
2. Mix 1 ½ teaspoon of salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, garlic and olive oil in a bowl and reserve the seasoning mixture.
3. Pat the roast with paper towels to absorb excess fluids, then pour the seasoning mixture over it, rubbing it all over to completely cover the cut of meat. Place the cut of meat bone side down on the baking sheet. If you cook a boneless roast, place it on a wire rack.
4. Bake at 500º F (that’s the equivalent of 260ºC) for 15 minutes.
5. Reduce the oven temperature to 325ºF (that’s the equivalent of 162ºC) and continue cooking. To achieve the perfect term, consider the following:
– For “rare” meat term, also known as red or English, bake for 10 to 12 minutes per pound. In this term, the internal temperature of the cut must be at 55 ° C, it is a term that consists of sealing the meat on both sides over high heat; the exterior is well done, but the center crude.
– If you prefer medium-medium meat, you should cook it for 14 to 15 minutes per pound. It is characterized by the fact that the meat is very juicy, it is barely sealed or marked on the griddle or grill keeping the red center and that it barely sinks when touched. When measuring the temperature of the center of the meat, it should be at 63º C.
6. Once the roast is done, remove it from the oven and cover with aluminum foil. Allow the cut to rest for 30 minutes before cutting it, this step is important to avoid losing its delicious liquids that make it the juiciest.
7. When done, slice against the grain to about ½ inch thick. Serve with horseradish, if desired. And of course, don’t forget to accompany it with your favorite Christmas garnishes and a good glass of wine. Enjoy! It is an incredibly delicious cut and ideal to share with the family.
Oven cooking times:
Cooking time can vary for all types of meats based on size, including Prime Rib. According to the US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service, the following times are recommended for roasts:
– 4-6 pounds bone-in roast: 23-25 minutes per pound
– 4-6 pounds boneless roast: 28-33 minutes per pound
With these simple tips, even the least skilled in the kitchen can prepare a delicious cut of meat for the family. Best of all, it doesn’t require long and tedious manufacturing steps., all you need is to buy a good cut of Prime Rib and follow the steps to the letter. In addition, it is very important that you are careful and very responsible with the cooking times and oven temperature.It is the key to success!
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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.