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Is a beef rib roast the same as prime rib?

I bought a beef rib roast(expensive) and i’m wondering if it is the same as prime rib.Also how do i cook it & does anyone got any good ideas on what else would be good to cook with it? Our daughter is going to spend the night at her friends house &i want to cook a romantic meal for my husband.Thanks!

I rub mine with kosher salt, make sure your prime rib is at room temperature. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees, put the roast in and cook it 5 minutes per pound with the oven at 500. Turn the oven off and DO NOT open the door for at least 2 hours.
Always turns out great.

5 thoughts on “Is a beef rib roast the same as prime rib?

  1. Ozeki says:

    yes
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  2. RainbowGrl says:

    I believe prime rib is pork, therefor beef would be thicker and longer, you could still prepare it the same way just cook it a little longer. I usually just coat them with BBQ sauce and roast them for an hour on 350. Any type of potato and a salad would go great, and it’s easy. good luck enjoy your evening!
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  3. to tell ya the truth........... says:

    a beef rib is not the same cut, but you CAN get the prime rib rub at the meat store and get a bit of au jus to make it juicy 🙂 it will be just as tasty but won’t have the fat running through it.(even tho thats my favorite part 🙂

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  4. charcoal rules says:

    It sure ain’t Pork.

    Definition of Prime Rib:

    A tender cut of beef taken from the rib primal. A Prime Rib Roast is also often referred to as "Standing Rib Roast."

    It is very tender, flavorful, and expensive. A slice of uncooked prime rib roast is really a "rib steak" which includes the "rib eye" portion.

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    http://whatscookingamerica.net/Beef/ClassicPrimeRib.htm

  5. Perry N says:

    I rub mine with kosher salt, make sure your prime rib is at room temperature. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees, put the roast in and cook it 5 minutes per pound with the oven at 500. Turn the oven off and DO NOT open the door for at least 2 hours.
    Always turns out great.
    References :

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