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Our Juicy, tender, off the bone prime rib recipe, was developed by a chef to make it easy for home cooks to try this recipe in their own kitchens. Prime rib is one of the best beef cuts. There are two versions of prime rib you can try at home. The bone-in prime rib roast is also called the standing rib roast. The boneless rib roast is simply called a prime rib roast.
Whichever cut you choose is up to you. Both versions taste delicious, but we lean slightly towards the bone-in prime rib coast for our personal preferences. Simply because of how easy it is to position the rib roast on its rib bones in the roasting pan.
We also use very basic ingredients in our prime-rib roast recipe. The secret to the great taste in our recipe lies in the gravy. Something a little extra we added to enhance the taste of the already delicious prime rib.
We wish you a happy holiday season and we know you will enjoy our prime rib roast recipe. Please let us know what you think of this recipe.
Thank you and happy prime rib roasting. Enjoy!
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