Slow Roasted Prime Rib

Lisa Yamaoka: "I haven’t made many prime ribs but this reverse s…" Read More


  • 12 pounds standing rib roast (bone-in prime rib)
  • sea salt (or kosher)
  • cracked black pepper (freshly-)
  • cream sauce (Roasted Garlic Horseradish, optional, for serving)
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    Lisa Yamaoka a month ago
    I haven’t made many prime ribs but this reverse sear turned out well I used a higher temperature 550 and I took longer than the 5-10 minutes the recipe said but it wa tender and delicious!
    Jason Moreau a month ago
    Yummy and crispy on the outside!
    Fredrick Bryant a year ago
    Always a fam favorite
    William W. a year ago
    This was our second use of the reverse searing approach to prime rib. This creates a very nice looking finish as well as being tender and juicy. The roasted garlic and horseradish dipping sauce also went over very well
    Heather Mickelson 2 years ago
    This prime rib turned out perfectly. I will use this recipe from now on.
    Cary 2 years ago
    Very tender. You could cut it with a fork.