This recipe takes the scariness out of cooking the perfect Prime Rib at home!
Why is this the best Prime Rib recipe ever? It’s easy, it doesn’t call for a thousand ingredients and it’s a hit with anyone that enjoys cooking the perfect Prime Rib!
Cut 1-inch holes into the top of Prime Rib at varying depths every 3 inches (approximately 10-12 cloves, adjust based on your
preference) Insert garlic cloves into the holes. Evenly coat Prime Rib with ¼ cup minced garlic. Evenly coat Prime Rib with compound butter.
Remove from oven and let rest for 25 minutes. The Prime Rib will continue to cook while resting. Strain the juices and use as the au
jus from the roasting rack and put it into ramekins. Carve Prime Rib and serve with au jus.