Chef George's Famous Prime Rib Recipe
Season roast day before as per instructions below. Have your meat cutter remove the rib plate and fat cap, if there is one - and keep them.
|• 1 Jar Executive Chef™ Steak & Prime Rib Seasoning
||• 1 Prime Rib
Hand rub Executive Chef™ Seasoning generously into your roast, on all sides and ends. Place the rib plate in the pan, the roast on top of the rib plate, and the fat cap on top of the roast; hold the fat cap in place with toothpicks (if there is no fat cap don't worry about it). Cover and refrigerate overnight.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. It will take about 3 1/2 hours for a full prime rib. Less time for a smaller one. Use a meat thermometer and remove the roast at 120 degrees for a rare center. Most meat thermometers will say 140 degrees is rare, Don't you believe it!
140 degrees is well done. (NOTE - the temp will increase another 10 degrees just sitting on the on the cutting board after removed from oven). Allow roast to rest 15 minutes before carving.