Prime Rib Roast with A Creamy Gravy Recipe and Yorkshire Pudding
Looking for Main Dish Recipes? This Juicy Favorite with Mashed Potatoes, Succulent Baby Carrots and Dill Sauce would make a great line-up to a Holiday Recipes Menu... Strawberry Shortcake or Pumpkin Pie for Dessert... Mouth-Watering Choices!
Prime Rib Roast and Yorkshire Pudding, has to be one of the favorites for a Sunday Dinner or a special occasion, in one excellent choice to serve for Main Dish Recipes.
There's nothing like a crispy tender juicy Prime Rib Roast, stuffed with slivers of fresh garlic and the fluffy Yorkshire Pudding all smothered with a Gravy Recipe, is one delicious choice. With Twice Baked Potatoes or the favorite, Mashed Potatoes and some Baby Carrots in Dill Sauce,
A Great Choice to set on your table for a favorite in Holiday Recipes. How about one of the Dessert Recipes for a perfect ending to a excellent Dinner Menu? and you'll have yourself one dinner meal in Holiday Recipes that will be talked about for a long time!
How about some Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches would make a great lunch or dinner using leftovers from the Prime Rib Roast With one of the Salad Recipes along side, like the Greek Salad or popular Caesar Salad would be two great choices to serve the Family.
1 Prime Rib Roast (about 5 pounds)
6-8 cloves fresh garlic, slivered
extra virgin italian olive oil
fresh ground pepper corns
3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
In large roasting pan, place roast bone side down.
With end of a sharp knife, cut and poke holes into meat and stuff each hole with slivered garlic.
Drizzle with the olive oil and rub over meat. Sprinkle with kosher salt and using lots of fresh ground pepper to taste.
Let meat sit at room temperature to marinate for about 2 hours.
Place meat in preheated oven at 450 F. for 30 minutes. Lower heat to 350 F and continue roasting until meat thermometer inserted in center reaches 140 F. about 1 hour.
While meat is roasting prepare Yorkshire Pudding Batter. In large mixing bowl beat together at high speed, eggs, milk, pinch of salt and flour until smooth. Cover with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator.
Remove roast from oven when done and place on platter, cover with tin foil and let stand in a warm spot while making Yorkshire Pudding. Pour beef drippings into glass measuring cup and save roasting pan for making the gravy.
4 large eggs
2 cups of milk
table salt, pinch
2 cups flour
1/2 cup beef drippings or vegetable oil
Preheat oven to 450 F.
In medium bowl, beat together eggs, milk and pinch of salt until light and foamy electric hand beater. Let stand for 10 minutes
Gradually stir in the dry ingredients until mixed. With electric hand beater mix together well until there are no lumps and mixture has thickened. Set aside and let rest for at least 30 minutes.
Pour beef drippings into each cavity in muffin tin and place grease filled tin into oven and heat until pan is smoking hot, carefully take the pan out of the oven
Stir batter and add about 2 tablespoons of water and mix again.
Pour batter into each section of the tin, filling only 3/4 full.
Place back in oven and bake for about 15-20 minutes or until batter has risen and are a golden brown.
Remove from oven and place in serving basket.
1/2 cup red wine or 1/2 cup warm water or vegetable stock
2 cups beef stock
4 heaping tablespoons of flour
roasting pan from your prime rib
Place roasting pan on stove over medium high heat.
Pour in water / wine and whisk until all scrapings have blended into wine from bottom of the roasting pan, let simmer.
Whisk together flour and beef stock blending well to ensure no lumps.
Pour flour and beef stock mixture slowly in simmering wine/water and whisk constantly while pouring blending all ingredients together well.
Simmer for about 10 minutes whisking constantly or until mixture thickens. Add fresh ground pepper corns if desired, to taste.
Serve with sliced Prime Rib and Yorkshire Pudding
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There is nothing better to finish off a Prime Rib Roast Dinner with a favorite sweet treat in Dessert Recipes. How about a Decadent Trifle, with Ladyfingers, Mixed Berries, Whipping Cream and topped with shaved Belgian Chocolate, it's absolutely out of this world!
Another great suggestion to end your smile-making dinner would be an excellent pick from the Chocolate Recipes. One One of the favorites for a creamy light pick is the Chocolate Mousse, very decadent!
To top of your excellent evening of tummy-treats, one of the Drink Recipes would be great. One of my favorites is from the Coffee Recipes would have to be the Kahlua Iced Coffee with Italian Espresso and Kahlua, very yummy!
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