I can't remember who sent this recipe, but it WORKS!
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heartnp , 2 months agoWorked perfectly. Trying it today with a leg of lamb!
Mpoero , 5 months agoShockingly easy recipe with excellent results. This one will be a go-to dish for future big parties!
LakeRat , 7 months agoFantastic and easy! This was a big hit for Sunday dinner.
Renannmor , 8 months agoExcellent !! Very tender, family loved it ... This is second time that we made it came out perfect each time!!! Love love loved it !!!!
Gardre123 , 9 months agoLove it love it love it. This works out every time. Thank you
jewelrnbw , 9 months agoI was skeptical at first, but this turned out amazingly delicious. I cooked it rare then grilled it for anyone who wanted it done more. Also I will slice up leftovers for French Dips.
wewerebornready , 10 months agolove this recipe, the name says it all!! I did have the windows open and all the fans running, but that didn't stop the hard wired smoke detector from doing it's job! This is a noisy recipe in my house, but will be using it over and over!!
nbkat2 , 10 months agoI was amazed at how good this turned out. Next time I will marinate the roast before cooking it this way.
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Raikramer , 1 years agoMy oven went to 525 so I cooked my 11lb for an hour and then let it sit for the 2 hours and it turned out AMAZING!! Thanks for the recipe!
Waltchrisp , 1 years agoI cooked a 4.5 pound prime rib for dinner tonight and it came out perfect!! Thanks for the great easy recipe!!
MississippiMule , 1 years agoI tried this cooking method with a 4.25# Prime Rib roast and was very disappointed. I roasted, according to the instructions, for a rare roast but it turned out to be a well done roast!
pseudodragon , 1 years agoHubby and I made this a few months ago and I forgot to rate! It was fantastic! We both enjoyed it served with mashed potatoes and sauteed green beans, and au jus. Picky Hubby likes his nice and rare, and this recipe worked out great! :o)
jmz8269 , 1 years agovery good
lasouris , 1 years agoI've used a slight variation of this recipe (500* oven) & the prime rib turned out phenomenal! This is a fool proof recipe, especially when using an expensive cut of meat that you can't afford to ruin!
Lgrenland , 1 years agoAs the title states...PERFECT!
tdefren , 1 years agoWorked perfectly! The rare was a bit too rare, frankly, so next time we'll do 6 min per lb.
ninjaap , 1 years agoMy very first time making prime rib and it turned out so soft! Hit of the NYE dinner party!