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Prime Rib in Rock Salt Recipe

6 – 10 pound
5 pounds or more
2 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
prime rib roast, bone in
rock salt
garlic, minced
salt
coarse ground black pepper

Oven Temp: 350°
Recipe Cooking Time: 25 to 30 minutes per pound
Pan Type: roaster pan


Prime Rib Directions

Preheat your oven for the prime rib roast.

Open the rock salt and lay plenty of salt onto the bottom of pan.
Place prime rib meat, rib side down on top of the rock salt.
The ribs take the place of a roasting rack.
Rub the minced garlic onto the prime rib meat.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Place a meat thermometer into the middle.
Bake your prime rib in rock salt for the allotted time or until meat thermometer reaches 130°.
Remove prime rib from the oven, cover and let set for 20 to 30 minutes or until temperatures reach desired doneness per recipe note below. Discard the rock salt.
Crack and scrape any rock salt off of roast before you slice it.
Using a sharp carving knife, slice prime rib roast meat across the grain for serving.

Recipe Note: In my humble opinion, the best way to pick a great prime rib is go to the meat counter and tell the butcher how big of a roast that you want.
You should plan on 1 pound of bone in prime rib per person.
Tell the butcher that you want your prime rib roast with the bone in.
Then smile nicely and ask him to pick you one just like he would pick for himself or herself.
Then my good friends, you will have a great melt in your mouth prime rib.
Take prime rib roast out when meat thermometer inserted to the middle reaches 130° for rare, 140° for medium or 150° for well done. I always go for 140°. Then I cut the ends for the folks who like their meat well done.
Serve this prime rib in rock salt along with your favorite side dish.

Recipe Serves: 6 to 10

Another good Rock Salt Prime Rib Recipe here.


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