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High Plains Bison Prime Rib Roast….the Easy Way !!

Just look at that picture….my mouth is watering right now and my stomach just growled.  I love this recipe because it is so easy.

Set the oven to 475 F. Thaw, season and place the High Plains Bison Prime Rib Roast in the oven.  Roast for 45 minutes.  Turn off the oven and allow it to rest for 1 hr.  Remove from the oven, slice and ENJOY…….the only hard part?

LEAVE THE OVEN DOOR CLOSED.

That’s it……. simple and enjoyable :-)

If, however you are one of those people, like my sister Judy, who just cannot keep from lifting the lids off my pots on the stove; or who open the oven door to take a look to see how things are going…this recipe is not for you.

Leave the door shut and the High Plains Bison Prime Rib roast will have a crisp and crunchy flavor crust with a moist and tender perfectly medium rare inside.

You’ll notice……..as you read the recipe and look at the pictures that I cut down into the top of the roast about 1/4 of an inch.  This helps the seasoning penetrate down into the meat and makes for a lovely flavor crust.  I also placed some little potatoes and seasoned onions on the bottom of the roasting pan to cook along with the High Plains Bison Prime Rib and to bask in all of the goodness that accumulates at the bottom of a roasting pan…….YUM.

Sometimes I cut up carrots and and celery to mix with the potatoes and onions just to make things a little different and really delicious.

Really Easy Roasted High Plains Bison Prime Rib

1 High Plains Bison Prime Roast

1/4 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 Tablespoon cracked Black Pepper

1 Tablespoon Sea Salt

1 teaspoon granulated garlic

10-15 baby potatoes, sliced in half

1 small yellow onion sliced

1.  Thaw the High Plains Bison Prime rib in the refrigerator for 24 hrs or until completely thawed.  Place on a cookie sheet tray to catch any drips that may occur.  Remove from the packaging and pat dry. Pre-heat oven to 475F

2.  Use a sharp knife and cut down into the top of the roast 1/4 of an inch making a diamond scored pattern on the roast.

3. Season the roast and rub well with the olive oil, pepper, salt and garlic

4.  Season potatoes and onions the same way and place on the bottom of your roasting pan

5.  Place the scored and seasoned roast on top of the potatoes and onions and put into the preheated 475F oven

6.  Allow to roast for 45 minutes.

7.  Shut off the oven and allow to rest for 1 hour…..do not open the door.  If you want to look at the roast….turn on the oven light and look through the door.

8.  After one hour remove from oven, slice and enjoy!!

**High Plains Bison Hint….if you want your roast a little more RARE than Medium Rare shut the oven off after 30 minutes and allow to rest for 1 hr.  If you want your roast a little more MEDIUM then shut the oven off after 50 minutes and allow to rest for an hour.

Thaw the High Plains Bison Prime rib in the refrigerator for 24 hrs or until completely thawed.  Place on a cookie sheet tray to catch any drips that may occur.

Remove from the packaging and pat dry. Pre-heat oven to 475F

Use a sharp knife and cut down into the top of the roast 1/4 of an inch

Making a diamond scored pattern on the roast, season the roast and rub well with the olive oil, pepper, salt and garlic

Season the potatoes and onions the same way

Place the scored and seasoned roast on top of the potatoes and onions

Put into the preheated 475F oven

On the bottom shelf

Cook for 45 minutes and then shut off the oven and DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR………..if you want to look at the roast turn on the oven light and look through the door.  After 1 hour your High Plains Bison Prime Rib roast will be ready to eat….

Slice and Enjoy!!

November 29th, 2011
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