How to Cook Bone-In Prime Rib

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Cooking bone-in prime rib requires you to take a few special considerations to make sure that you're getting the most possible flavor. Cook bone-in prime rib with help from a chef at Coast 2 Coast Cuisine in this free video clip.

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Hi, everyone. I'm chef Eddie G from Coast 2 Coast Cuisine and I am passionate about cooking. Today I'm going to show you how to cook a bone-in prime rib. Let's get cooking. So with prime rib and rib eyes, same cut of steak with the bone, bone in, bone out, I just like to put a little bit of flavor in there. You don't need a lot of oil. Obviously, look at all the fat that's already in there, right? And then what we're going to do is put it right on that grill like that and now I'm going to get some nice grill marks on this thing. So the neat thing about prime rib and rib eye is all the fat, the marbling, the flavor that's in there and that's why it's one of the most popular cuts of meat. I used to serve both oven roasted prime rib and a rib eye at my steakhouse. Fantastic, delicious cuts of meat. And I absolutely love every cut of meat. I love prime rib, I love the rib eye, I love fillet mignon. T-bone, porterhouse, incredible. Now I usually eat my meat rare. I love a good, rare fillet mignon. But with rib eye, I tend to go a little more because of all the fattiness and all the flavor in there. I tend to go to medium rare. If you notice this piece of meat right here that's surrounding the eye, this is the eye of the rib eye, or the prime rib, this piece of meat here has been surrounded by fat its whole life. It is absolutely one of the most tender and flavorful pieces of meat you will find on a cow. Now what we're going to do is we're going to flip it over and hopefully we've created these incredible grill marks. Look at that. That's called the show side in a restaurant. So when you eat at a steakhouse, that show side will be face up like that. And notice the grill marks that we created. Now at my steakhouse, we used to actually put the grill marks on both sides so both sides were show side. Now at my steakhouse, we used to actually put the grill marks on both sides so both sides were show side. So this is about a 16 ounce bone-in piece of prime rib. The total cook time to medium rare is about six minutes. So we're going to do three minutes on one side, three minutes on the other. 90 seconds this way and 90 seconds when we turn it this way. Your weekend warriors of the grill. Just like that. Put just a little bit of spice on there like that. All right that's it. About six minutes to medium rare. And then right on the cutting board. Look at that. And that's how you make a bone-in prime rib. I'm chef Eddie G from Coast 2 Coast Cuisine. Stay hungry, my friend.


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