Prime rib requires 15 minutes of cooking time per pound of meat, according to Today.com. Prime rib should enter the oven at room temperature and roast at 450 degrees Fahrenheit.. More »

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Some tips for cooking prime rib in the oven include seasoning at least 45 minutes prior to cooking, roasting at a low temperature of around 200 degrees Fahrenheit and using a thermometer to monitor temperature during coo... More »

The best method for roasting a prime rib is to cook it slowly on a low heat before searing it at the end, according to experts from the Serious Eats website and Fine Cooking magazine. This is sometimes known as "reverse ... More »

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The cooking time for an 8-pound prime rib in a Ronco Showtime depends on the desired temperature of the meat, but on average, it takes between 18-22 minutes per pound. In a traditional oven or grill, prime rib takes up t... More »

To cook boneless prime rib, rub the meat with an olive oil and herb blend, then roast the meat for 20 minutes, reduce the heat and continue cooking for about 2 hours. Use an herb, a wine or a mustard rub to flavor the me... More »

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A prime rib should cook for about 15 minutes per pound if cooked at 325 degrees Fahrenheit. If it is cooked at 450 degrees to start, it takes about 13 minutes per pound. More »

Bobby Flay's method of smoking a prime rib is to dry rub it with spice, marinate it and smoke the meat for the appropriate amount of time for the size of the prime rib. Use the type of dry rub and marinade that suits you... More »

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