I want to make prime rib starting at 500 degrees. Then letting rest for 2hours. But the roast I want to make is 13.5 lbs. Will this method work?

  • Posted by: Jake
  • December 23, 2017
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PHIL
PHIL December 24, 2017

I’m not sure what you’re doing start at 500 then what?

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Sam1148 December 24, 2017
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MMH
MMH December 24, 2017

You need to decide what result you want & find a recipe. You cant wing it.

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Jake
Jake December 24, 2017

I have a recipe. But the recipe is for an 8lb prime rib. I'm just trying to ask if I can still use this method for a 13lb prime rib.

MMH
MMH December 24, 2017

Time is not the factor. It's the internal temperature you seek for your desired result. You can't do that without a meat thermometer. Look at a doneness chart & determine your desired result. Then, use a meat thermometer.

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Deb
Deb December 26, 2017

Salt liberally and pepper. Fat side down.. 5 min per pound at 500 degrees (this sears roast. Turn oven OFF
Do NOT open oven... 2 hrs.. sitting in oven... take out.. let rest 20-30 min then carve.. medium rare results
Have followed this recipe oven 8 times.. same results

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