Prime rib: the ultimate meal for the meat lover. When it comes to beef, the Texas Roadhouse prime rib is king. It’s the most tender and succulent beef roasted to perfection and oozing with mouth-watering flavors.
Tips & Tricks
Prime rib is not the cheapest meat, so it’s understandable why you’d want to avoid any cooking mistakes. Don’t worry, I’m here to guide you through your rib-roasting journey. Here’s some basic tips and tricks:
- Don’t bake the rib straight after removing it from the fridge. Take it out of the refrigerator 2 hours before you cook it. The meat is large and dense, so if you put it straight into the oven, you’ll have to cook it for much longer.
- Do not roast the rib at 450 degrees all throughout. Be sure to reduce the heat to 250 degrees after 30 minutes so you’ll get a rib eye that has a nice brown and crisp crust and is rosy and juicy on the inside.
- Not sure how much roast beef to serve your guests? A good estimate is one rib for every two people or about 12 oz. per head.
- To clarify, a prime rib cut does not equate to USDA Prime. What you’ll typically see in supermarkets is the USDA Choice quality rib. The USDA Prime rib has a lot more fat marbling and costs 50% higher. If that’s what you prefer, you’ll need to place a special order from your butcher.
Interesting Facts About Texas Roadhouse
- While it’s easy to assume that Texas Roadhouse originated from Texas, its first restaurant actually opened in Clarkesville, Indiana. Today, the chain has at least one store in 49 out of 50 states. Understandably, Texas has the most stores: 56.
- Perhaps what makes their business so successful is that they make all their dishes from scratch. They use only fresh, not pre-packaged ingredients as well. This is what their loyal customers always come back for.
Apart from their famous rib eye, Texas Roadhouse also makes the best Margaritas. They offer 15 variations of Margarita, and they all taste phenomenal.
How to Make Texas Roadhouse Prime Rib
Since 1993, Texas Roadhouse has been serving its customers only the highest quality and best-tasting prime rib there is. As such, many people have tried replicating their special recipe. If you’re one of those people, look no further!
As they say, great things in life take time. Prime rib is actually not that difficult to make, you’ll just need to wait a few days to get the best-tasting, fall-off-the-bone, drool-worthy and succulent prime rib a la Texas Roadhouse. I promise you it’ll be worth it.
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