Cranberry Crusted Prime Rib Roast
Cranberry Crusted Prime Rib Roast is sure to impress your guests this holiday season. Don’t be intimidated. Anyone can learn how to cook prime rib. It doesn’t take a lot of time or effort. When you take the best cut beef you can buy, some seasonings, and few best tips for holiday roasting, you can have a gorgeous prime rib as the centerpiece of your holiday meal.
Disclosure statement: This post is sponsored by Certified Angus Beef in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own.
My recipe creation for this lil’ old blog here goes in fits and spurts. I’ll go for days where I’m just doing the normal cooking for my family – basic oatmeal or yogurt and fruit for breakfast, random stuff from the fridge salad for lunch, old recipes, quickie meals I just toss together, that sort of thing. On those days I’m writing, editing, promoting, but not creating new content. Somewhere mixed between those non-blog-food days I may make one of our dinners that is meant to share with all of you, or I’ll randomly whip up a new energy ball or muffin recipe.
Then I have the crazy food blogger days. I just get in a mood, get in a groove, and I start working on six or seven recipes in one day. This happened last Friday. Only I had a few setbacks. The white chocolate had vanilla bean specks in it that I wasn’t expecting for the recipe where I wanted it to be pure white, I forgot to sweeten the granola, and the green beans sat in the fridge a little too long and were looking pretty funky.
So when the one thing left on my list to tackle was a Certified Angus Beef® brand prime rib roast I had picked up from Giant Eagle in Frederick, MD, I was ready to put it back in the fridge and save it till another day. But I knew I could do it. I had all of the great I learned from the Certified Angus Beef® brand chefs when I visited them last month, plus I have the Roast Perfect app on my iPhone to guide me along the way.
I definitely think my kitchen failures were behind me for the day…
During my visit to Wooster, Ohio, the chefs prepared a fabulous Cranberry Top Sirloin Roast, and I knew I wanted to use that rub, but perhaps on something a bit more special. Chef Michael thought the tenderloin would be great with that rub. I was just about to buy a tenderloin roast when the butcher at Giant Eagle in Frederick, MD steered me towards the prime rib roast telling me that no matter what you do to it, it’s going to be amazing. I was sold.
How Do You Make the Best Prime Rib using the RoastPerfect app?
Even though you haven’t had the opportunity to hang out in the kitchen with these chefs, and you won’t have me or them with you on Christmas Day as you get ready to pop your roast into the oven, you do have a friend by your side. The Roast Perfect app will be your instructor, your sous chef, your moral support, your cheerleader – whatever you think you need to make an incredible roast. And it’s available for free in iTunes store (for iPhone and iPad) and Google Play (for Android).
Whether you need to know where to buy your Certified Angus Beef® brand roast, which cut to buy, or how much, the Roast Perfect app can help you with that. Once you are home and getting ready to prepare your roast, you can find recipes, tips from Chef Michael, and even ideas for side dishes. And at roasting time, the built in timer will tell you exactly how long to sear, roast, and rest your beef to ensure that you have the perfect holiday entree coming out of your oven.
While the boys and I thoroughly enjoyed this prime rib (as well as the leftovers in sandwiches a couple days later), I am so excited to buy a bigger roast to share with my entire family for Christmas. And I know that the Roast Perfect app will help me determine how much I’ll need and how to adjust my cooking time so that it too will turn out as wonderful as this one.
What do you serve with prime rib?
- Whipped Cauliflower with Goat Cheese and Thyme
- Lemon White Wine Green Beans and Mushrooms
- Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash
Why is Certified Angus Beef® brand the best beef?
Marinades rubs add a lot of flavor, but the most important ingredient is the roast itself.
- Certified Angus Beef® brand meets 10 exacting standards for quality, and the 1 in 4 Angus cattle that meet these standards produce the tastiest, most tender, and juiciest cuts of beef.
- Certified Angus Beef® brand has been supporting local farmers and ranchers for nearly 40 years, and is available around the world at only the best grocery stores and steakhouses.
- Make sure you find restaurants or grocers in your area that sell Certified Angus Beef® brand.
Are you ready to roast? Make sure you get more information about Certified Angus Beef® brand on their website, find out where to buy their beef, plus get tons of information and recipes ideas by following them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube.
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Cranberry Crusted Prime Rib Roast Recipe
Slicing into this prime rib, you’ll knew you are in for something special. It is so tender that the knife barely has to do any work. And the taste is just amazing. The natural marbling in the beef roast imparts tons of flavor, but the addition of the cranberry rub with it’s garlic and parsley not only makes this roast a beauty to behold, but it also infuses a savory, holiday element into the meat. Then just top it with your favorite store bought or homemade cranberry sauce, like this Cinnamon Orange Cranberry Sauce and you have the ultimate holiday main dish. It is seriously melt in your mouth good.
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Cranberry Crusted Prime Rib Roast
- 4 pounds Certified Angus Beef ® prime rib roast (or the size that you need based on our number of guests)
- 3 cloves garlic minced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 cup chopped fresh cranberries
- 1/2 cup chopped fresh parsley
- 1 teaspoon lemon zest
- Cranberry sauce chutney, or relish (store-bought or homemade)
- Preheat oven to 450ºF.
- Rub roast with garlic. Season roast generously with salt and pepper.
- Combine cranberries, parsley and lemon zest. Press mixture firmly on to the roast. Place bone-side down on rack in shallow roasting pan.
- Place beef in oven and roast 15 minutes. Turn heat down to 325ºF and continue roasting about 1 1/2 to 2 hours until cooked to medium (when thermometer placed in center of roast registers 140ºF before resting) or until desired doneness. Because roast sizes vary, figure 12-15 minutes of roasting time per pound after initial sear.
- Transfer roast to cutting board; loosely tent with foil and let stand 15 to 20 minutes. Slice roast across the grain.
Enjoy! Originally published Dec 6, 2015.
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