Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Tips on Prime Rib

Most people wonder why there prime rib doesn't taste like it came from there favorite restaurant! Well here are a few tips to take your dinner to the next level. Start by pre-heating your oven to 500 degrees, It has to be really hot to seal in the juices.
Salting your meat with kosher salt or a salt grinder at this point is a major flavor changer and enhances your meats flavor incredibly.
Next have your meat ready to sear on your stove top I really like using dry rubs for prime rib you could marinate it to hopefully two days prior to cooking. Ok so now get your searing pan as hot as possable lightly oil, and sear your meat on all sides.
It then goes into the roasting pan and in to your 500 degree oven for 20 minutes, When your timer goes off turn the oven down to 300. You normally cook prime rib 20 minutes per pound for rare to medium rare. You can always take your meats temperature, 140 is rare. Remembering that the meat continues to cook after its out of the oven, No matter what your Prime rib has to have time to rest so the juices can re-distribute, 10-15 minutes uncovered. So now your ready! If you have any questions please feel free to call at any time! If you would like information on having your next prime rib dinner delivered I can help you with that to! http://www.thecakecontessa.com/

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