Here at Shop Intercity, we love serving Certified Angus Beef® Prime Rib and New York Strip for special occasions. When selecting your Prime Rib, we have two great options: Bone-In or Boneless. If it is your first time cooking Prime Rib, we would recommend going for the Boneless option so you do not have to deal with the bones, whereas the Bone-In option is more traditional. As a third alternative, you could consider the Striploin Roast, which is an equally delicious but less traditional and more economic option. No matter what option you choose, these recipes will help make serving this special roast easy.
METHOD 1 - How To Roast A Boneless Prime Rib Roast
Make Coffee Rubbed Ribeye Roast for special occasions! It’s simple with tips from the Certified Angus Beef ® brand Test Kitchen.
METHOD 2 - How To Roast A Bone-In Prime Rib Roast
Make the best prime rib with this flavorful seasoning rub! A robust rub makes a prime rib, also known as a standing rib roast, extra flavorful for a special occasion dinner.
METHOD 3 - How To Reverse Sear Caramelized New York Strip Roast
Roasting is a simple technique, and reverse searing your New York Strip Roast ensures perfect doneness. You will need a roasting pan fitted with a rack, a paste made of salt and pepper, brown sugar for caramelizing, paprika, garlic and granulated onion, and a hot oven.
METHOD 4 - How To Sous-Vide A Boneless Prime Rib Roast
There's a lot of pressure when you're out to prepare the perfect Prime Rib Roast. The sous vide cooking method ensures perfect temperatures and tenderness. Sous vide is essentially water bath cooking. It's not a quick process, but it's one that guarantees your steak cooks to an exact temperature. Watch and learn how to use sous vide cooking for any beef cut.
METHOD 5 - How to Smoke A Bone-In Prime Rib on the Big Green Egg
Impress friends and family with awesome Big Green Egg skills. Make a show-stopping Certified Angus Beef ® brand Prime Rib. Chef Michael takes you through the cooking process, step-by-step.
METHOD 6 - What to Do With Prime Rib Leftovers
You've made prime rib and now you're left with ... leftovers! Here are three ideas for using those delectable beef slices in tasty new ways.