For the reverse-sear technique to roast a boneless prime rib: after the final sear, is there no need to let that roast rest before slicing and ser...

...ving? Thx

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Leith D. December 25, 2016
Always rest to let the juices redistribute!
 
Lindsay-Jean H. December 25, 2016
Hi Andrea, step 5 notes that if there wasn't an earlier rest between roasting and searing, then you should let the roast rest for 15 to 20 minutes (otherwise you're good to go ahead and slice and serve with the mustard butter!).
 
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