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It was absolutely luscious! I had a 4-5 lb. roast, rolled and tied. Not sure anymore what cut it was but I had moderate expectations and thought I may as well try to make a silk purse out of a pig's ear. It worked! The timing for medium-rare was perfect, the meat nearly as tender as prime rib, and the crust set this apart from any prime rib I've ever made before. Everyone was scooping up the crumbs that had fallen into the baking pan....no shame!<br/><br/>This is definitely a spectacular centerpiece for a grand occasion.
Delicious prime rib roast and a lovely presentation as well. I've never made a prime rib with a bread crumb crust -- it imparted such a wonderful flavor to the meat. Served our prime rib with a horseradish/sour cream dipping sauce and a delicious salad. Will definitely use this recipe again for my next prime rib roast. Made for Everyday is a Holiday, December, 2013.
I've used this recipe for the last 10 years, and it always gets rave reviews. Thanks for posting it because I lost a lot of my recipes when a teen killed my old computer.
Delicious garlicky enhancement to beef! Okay, I gave up trying to find a standing rib roast a.k.a. prime rib roast. I wound up using a top of the round eye roast. It was delicious in flavor but that cut isn't as tender as the other roast. Made for Photo Tag 2009.