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    We had a prime rib last night..it was a little over 8 lbs. 8.4 lbs. I think it was. We let the prime rib sit out on the counter for about a half hour before baking it. I highly recommend the Nebraska Prime Steak Seasoning & Rub and the inglehoffer extra hot horseradish sauce. We bought those at Albertsons where the fresh meats are sold. I also recommend the Garlic Pepper Seasoning Grinder by McCormick,

    Preheat the oven to 450.

    Prime Rib Seasoning:

    Mix the below ingredients in a bowl..THOROUGHLY..I USED A WHISK.

    1/4 cup Nebraska Prime Steak Seasoning & Rub
    1/4 cup garlic powder
    1/4 cup pepper-would have used ground pepper..but..didn't have it, so used regular pepper
    5 cloves garlic minced-I had a bunch made up because I needed it for other foods I made..so I just guessed on how much I put in..we like garlic
    1/2 cup inglehoffer extra hot horseradish
    1/2 cup olive oil


    I rubbed this mixture all over the prime rib..DON'T FORGET THE SIDES....

    Then I put Garlic Pepper Seasoning Grinder by McCormick all over the prime rib. Top the prime rib with chopped up purple onions. I baked it at 450 for 15 minutes and then turned the oven down to 325 and baked it for approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes...use a meat thermometer & bake it to how you prefer the meat. We like medium rare.

    Make this horseradish sauce for the prime rib in the morning to let the flavors mingle.

    Horseradish Sauce for Prime Rib:

    1/2 cup sour cream
    2 T. inglehoffer extra hot horseradish
    2 tsp.s white pepper-I just used black pepper..forgot to buy white pepper
    2 tsp.s Worcestershire Sauce

    Mix all the ingredients together for the horseradish sauce and chill in a covered dish.

    I sauteed some sliced fresh mushrooms in butter just before serving the prime rib.
    Last edited by Roxy; 12-26-2007, 02:44 PM.
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