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Cooking a prime rib roast can be confusing, but one easy method is to crank up your oven to 500 degrees and let it roast for a short period of time. The result is a perfectly seared outside and a medium-rare inside without the need to change temperatures or watch the meat closely while it cooks.

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Round the resulting number to the nearest whole number. The rib is cooked at 500 degrees F for exactly that many minutes. For example, for a 6 pound roast: 6x5=30, so cooking time is 30 minutes. Turn the oven off and wait 2 hours before opening the oven door. Remove the prime rib and slice into the most perfectly medium-rare meat you've ever seen.

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I simply judge the meat's "Done-ness" and add a minute or two at the end of the cooking time leaving the oven at 500°F. Then shut the oven off for the two hours! ENJOY! Reply # 20601 . Vickie Gomez (North Carolina) says: I need to have an Au Jus recipe to go with this perfect prime rib. ... Rubbed the prime rib with Worchester sauce prior to ...

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For a bone-in prime rib, figure two servings per rib, while a boneless roast will yield two servings per pound. When trying to figure out how much time you need to roast your prime rib, use this simple calculation: weight of the prime rib x 5 = total roasting time in minutes.For example, if you have a 3-pound roast, 3 × 5 = 15 minutes.

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I have made Christmas prime rib with this method several times with great success. Tonight’s did not go as planned. I did the 500 degrees for 35 minutes then turned off the oven and left it 2 hours. Checked temp at the end and it was under 120. Ended up turning on the oven to 375 for an hour. It came out perfect- we just ate salads first.

www.livestrong.com/article/480749-how-to-cook-boneless-prime-rib-roast-with...

You can apply carryover cooking on a larger scale and cook large cuts of meat, such as boneless prime rib, to medium-rare by using a technique known as "residual-heat roasting." During residual-heat roasting, hot air retained in the oven after an initial sear at 500 degrees Fahrenheit cooks the prime rib to 135 F, or medium-rare.

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For the prime rib: Preheat the oven to 500 degrees F. Put the butter, horseradish, peppercorns and 2 tablespoons salt in a medium bowl and stir until evenly combined.

www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/perfect-prime-rib-491771

Roast the 4-pound prime rib (see footnote if using a larger and smaller roast) in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. Turn the oven off and, leaving the roast in the oven with the door closed, let the roast sit in the oven for 2 hours. Remove roast from the oven, slice, and serve. Tip*.

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500-Degree Prime Rib Recipe. ... Place the prime rib in the oven and roast until well browned, about 40 minutes (5 minutes per pound of meat). Then turn the oven off, but keep the oven door closed ...

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To figure out how long to cook the prime rib, multiply the exact weight of the beef by 5 and round up to the nearest whole number. This is the cooking time in minutes. Preheat your oven to 500 F. Place the prime rib on the middle rack and roast for exactly the number of minutes determined by the formula above, then turn the oven off.