This prime rib roast recipe requires a little bit of math to calculate the cooking time, but it's easy and will give you perfect medium-rare roast.
This boneless prime rib roast spends a night in the refrigerator to dry before being rubbed with horseradish and mustard, sprinkled with seasonings, and roasted to perfection. Serve it with the thin, savory pan gravy called au jus.
How to Cook a Prime Rib Roast in a Pressure Cooker
ROAST BONELESS PRIME RIB: ~ From: Saveur.Com Servings) ~ A liberal dusting of salt, a quick, crust-forming pan sear, and a stint in the oven is all that's needed to yield a juicy, flavorful prime rib of beef.