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Set It and Forget It Prime Rib Roast

 

To my mind, no holiday entrée yet devised is easier (or more foolproof than the following technique for roasting beef. This ingenious method came to me from Irene Angelo and her late husband, Steve, proprietors of Angelo's Market and Cooking School in Modesto, California. I couldn't describe it better than they do: "We think if you follow our rule for rare roast beef you will have the greatest luck in the world with it."

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Bake Time: 15 minutes per rib or 5 minutes per pound
Rest Time: 1 to 2 hours in the oven on "off."

 

When you buy a rib roast, calculate that one rib will serve 2 persons, so for six, you will need a 3-rib roast, without the short ribs.

The timetable for roasting by the following method is approximately 15 minutes per rib, or 5 minutes per pound of trimmed, ready to cook meat. For example, a 3-rib roast, weighing 8 to 9 pounds, will roast for 40 to 45 minutes.

Bring the roast to room temperature. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees F. Place the roast in a shallow roasting pan. Sprinkle with a little matzah cake meal or potato starch and rub it lightly into the fat; this will help seal in the juices. Season generously with salt and coarsely cracked black pepper. To protect your oven from spattering fat, place a tent of aluminum foil loosely over the top of the meat. Roast according to the above timetable, following the minutes exactly. If you have a timer; set it to remind you.

When the cooling time ends, turn off the oven heat, but do not open the door. Allow the roast to remain in the oven for at least 1 hour; or until the oven is lukewarm, about 2 hours.

The roast will be beautifully rare inside and retain a crunchy outside and an internal heat suitable for serving for as long as 4 hours.

 

Fast & Festive Meals For The Jewish Holidays
By Marlene Sorosky
William Morrow & Company
Publication date: September 1997
Hardback, $27.00
ISBN: 0-688-14570-1
Recipe Reprinted by permission.

 

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