It’s a luxurious cut of meat best known for big holiday feasts and celebrations, and that can make cooking one an intimidating challenge!
– Prime rib roast – Kosher salt – Beef broth – Butter – Garlic powder – Rosemary – Thyme – Pepper
Pop in the prime rib, give it a quick sear in the oven, and have it come out juicy, tender and absolutely perfect, every single time.
One hour before starting to cook, season the roast with salt and pepper.
Set up the Sous Vide to 132°F, and attach it to a pot of water. Place the roast in a plastic bag, then submerge it.
Sous vide for 6-10 hours. Remove from the bag, reserving the liquid, and pat the roast dry and let cool.
Combine butter, garlic powder, herbs and pepper in a bowl, then use it to coat the roast. In the meanwhile, preheat the oven to 550°F.
Sear the beef in the oven for 8-10 minutes on a roasting pan with a rack, until the crust is golden.
Let the beef rest 15 minutes in aluminum foil, slice, and serve! Use the reserved liquid for Au Jus.