Cooking prime rib in oven

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Re: Cooking prime rib in oven

Postby Chocolate Cow » Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:29 pm

Anybody tried deep fried prime rib? I haven't but would like to. It's hard to experiment with a $100 piece of beef.
https://www.thespruce.com/deep-fried-prime-rib-4154327
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Re: Cooking prime rib in oven

Postby Till-Hill » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:11 pm

Turned out great. It was to big for my pans so I did cut in half. 350 degree 1.5 hours uncovered, about 40 mins covered and 20-30 mins I let stand.

Flavor was great, it really shrank up a lot and was kind of a stringy piece of meat but every last piece got ate or was taken home!
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Re: Cooking prime rib in oven

Postby Bullitt » Fri Dec 15, 2017 9:37 pm

Till-Hill wrote:Turned out great. It was to big for my pans so I did cut in half. 350 degree 1.5 hours uncovered, about 40 mins covered and 20-30 mins I let stand.

Flavor was great, it really shrank up a lot and was kind of a stringy piece of meat but every last piece got ate or was taken home!


Was it Iowa beef? Maybe you need some Texas beef. :)

Just kidding.

Prime rib is good stuff.
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Re: Cooking prime rib in oven

Postby Till-Hill » Sat Dec 16, 2017 5:20 am

Haha, package said Angus beef, didn't say anything else on it of any importance...... I'm going to try a little better one next time
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Re: Cooking prime rib in oven

Postby Brute 23 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:37 am

Till-Hill wrote:Haha, package said Angus beef, didn't say anything else on it of any importance...... I'm going to try a little better one next time


They should have crossed with with a LH and it would have been better. :hide:
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