There is a reason why prime rib is referred to as the king of beef. We’ve found the most delicious prime rib recipes around. Enjoy!
1. Perfect Prime Rib
Let me show you how to roast a perfect prime rib, step by step, with proven, fool-proof method using reverse sear technique as seen on Serious Eats.
From: Sweet & Savory
2. Garlic Butter Herb Prime Rib
Garlic Butter Herb Prime Rib is melt in your mouth tender and juicy prime rib that is cooked to medium rare perfection and marbled with fat. The seared garlic butter herb crust is incredible!
From: The Recipe Critic
3. Smoked Prime Rib
One of my favorite cuts of meat during a special occasion is prime rib. And when I make a prime rib I always smoke it. If you haven’t had smoked prime rib you’re in for something very special.
4. Prime Rib Steak Sandwiches
What do you do with leftover prime rib? Make an out-of-this-world prime rib steak sandwich, filled with tender meat, melted cheese, and sweet caramelized onions, that’s what.
5. Leftover Prime Rib Carne Asada
I make my foolproof prime rib every year during the holidays, and a few years ago I somehow ended up with leftovers of our delicious prime rib in my fridge. So rather than heat it up and have it just be okay (it really is best the day you make it,) I decided to use those leftovers to make something NEW.
From: One Good Thing
6. Coffee Rubbed Rib Roast
From: Certified Angus Beef
7. Perfect Prime Rib Roast
It’s an elegant yet easy to make main dish.
From: Self Proclaimed Foodie
8. Herb & Garlic Prime Rib Roast
Our recipe for perfect prime rib roast is mouthwateringly juicy, unbelievably tender, and extremely flavorful, with a crackling herb and garlic crust. We have a foolproof prime rib rub recipe with fresh rosemary and thyme, and we’ll show you how to sear the beef, roast it, and prepare a savory red wine mushroom sauce — all in one cast iron skillet.
From: Tip Hero
9. Garlic Herb Prime Rib
A Prime Rib Recipe ready in under one hour? YES! Melt in your mouth, juicy on the inside with a deliciously browned crust.
It’s possible I’ve broken a few traditional rib roast cardinal rules cooking it in under one hour. However, this is how we have always cooked our roast. It’s well worth it, with hardly any effort whatsoever.
From: Cafe Delites
10. Prime Rib Philly
From: The Complete Savorist