Prime Rib Roast

Recipe Author: 
Mary Graese
Description: 

Prime Rib Roast is a specialty in many cultures around the world and is served on many holiday menus.  Bison Prime Rib is our family favorite
and we use this recipe for a sure success every time.  SIMPLE for the first timer to the experienced!

To determine the size you need for your meal, figure 8-10 oz. of raw meat per adult and you will have enough.  If you are serving big appetites, go with the larger portion of 10 oz. or so.  You get the idea.

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Serving Size: 
6-8 oz.
Prep Time: 
24 hours in advance of meal, 10 min
Cook Time: 
Approx. 1 hour
Calories: 
280
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Ingredients
Ingredients: 

1 Northstar Bison Prime Rib Roast, (bison, elk or beef)
3 -4 Tbsp. Olive Oil
3-4 garlic cloves, minced
3 tbsp Northstar Seasoning or your favorite seasoning mix or rub

Instructions: 

Tip: For best results of meat taking on flavor of your desired seasonings, brine your meat for at least 1 hour prior to starting the seasoning processes.  In bowl enough to hold meat cut, pour 4 cups of pure water and add 1 tbsp of unprocessed salt and submerge meat for ideally 1 hour at room temp.  No need to cover.
After 1 hour remove meat and pat meat dry with paper towel, then proceed with the following directions:

(1 day before serving)
Coat
thawed or fresh roast with olive oil and cover with your favorite seasoning rub.  I like to use fresh minced garlic and our Northstar Seasoning.  Wrap with foil or celephane and marinate in the refrigerator for 12-24 hours.  Take out of refrigerator 1 hour before putting in oven and remove foil.
Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Place meat on flat cookie sheet.
Braise meat for 10 minutes on each side.  This gives is a crust to seal the juices in.
Turn oven down to 170-200 degrees and roast 10 mintes per lb of meat for rare (130 degrees). DO NOT OPEN OVEN until ready to check temp after allotted time. Use a meat thermometer to check internal temperature.  Remove roast and let set for 15 minutes before cutting and serving.

 

Closing Thoughts: 

A Standing Rib Roast will take a little longer to cook (5-10 minutes).

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