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Cooking prime rib is almost like cooking any other beef roast, but with more flavour than regular roast. Individuals want to begin by making sure that the prime rib is at room temperature before placing it in the oven. This will take at about two hours. If it is frozen it will take a bit longer to cook. Then people will want to trim excess fat off the prime rib, but they will want to leave a thin layer of fat for it to baste itself on. Then people will want to pat the rib roast dry with a paper towel or napkin.

Begin cooking prime rib by preheating the oven to 450 degrees. Spread butter on the cut ends of the roast. Put the roast fat side up in a roasting pan that is at least three inches deep on the sides. It is recommended that a heavy stainless steel pan be used. The rib bones make a natural rack so a metal one is not needed.

Sear the prime rib at 450 degrees for about fifteen minutes then reduce the heat to 325 degrees to fully cook prime rib. Every half an hour baste the prime rib with the fat on the bottom. About thirty minutes before the completion of the cooking time individuals should stick an instant read digital thermometer to check the internal temperature of the prime rib. Be sure to stick the thermometer into the thickest part of the meat, not into the fat or near the bone. Once an internal temperature of 120 degrees is reached, remove the prime rib from the oven and wrap in aluminum foil. Let it set for twenty to thirty minutes. While wrapped the prime rib will continue to cook reaching an internal temperature of 126 degrees to 130 degrees. The cooked prime rib is now ready to be served and eaten.

To carve the cooked prime rib, you should use a long, thin sharp knife. Use the knife to cut off the feather bones, these bones are the large end bones. Slice off large steak size pieces with the desired thickness.

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