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Perfect Prime Rib: 7 Ways to Prepare a Tender Roast

For the perfect holiday dinner, a slice of prime rib, cooked to a beautiful, pink medium makes a truly indulgent meal. Though it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the idea of making a prime rib or standing rib roast in your own kitchen, we’ve found 7 totally perfect, simple recipes for home cooked prime rib. Here are 7 splendid recipes that will make your holiday meal even better than any restaurant rib you’ve ever eaten.


  • Perfect Prime Rib with Red Wine Au Jus 1 of 7
    Perfect Prime Rib with Red Wine Au Jus
    Prime rib roast with red wine au jus is a simple, splendid way to prepare the perfect Christmas dinner.
    Click for the recipe from Steamy Kitchen
  • Herbed Prime Rib Roast 2 of 7
    Herbed Prime Rib Roast
    Herbed prime rib roast is flavorful and simple. A splendid way to cook a prime rib.
    Make herbed prime rib roast
  • Salted Prime Rib Roast 3 of 7
    Salted Prime Rib Roast
    Salted prime rib roast is pure, simple, and totally perfect.
    Click for the recipe from Sunset
  • Garlic Prime Rib 4 of 7
    Garlic Prime Rib
    What better way to dress a prime rib than with cloves of garlic?
    Click for the recipe from Recipes to Make
  • Prime Rib with Horseradish Cream 5 of 7
    Prime Rib with Horseradish Cream
    Prime rib with horseradish is the classic way to serve this indulgent cut of meat.
    Click for the recipe from My Recipes
  • Rosemary Prime Rib 6 of 7
    Rosemary Prime Rib
    Rosemary Standing Rib Roast isn't so hard to cook — even with a low-calorie twist.
    Click for the recipe from Cooking Light
  • Horseradish-crusted Prime Rib 7 of 7
    Horseradish-crusted Prime Rib
    Horseradish-crusted prime rib is tender and flavorful. The perfect way to celebrate Christmas in your kitchen.
    Click for the recipe from The Heritage Cook

 

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