Prime Rib and Pasta Recipes – Filling, Hearty, and Super Easy to Make

30 minutes, a good stove, and a love of pasta will cook this fine prime rib dish that will fill your belly. The protein of prime rib combined with the powerful carbohydrates found in pasta is perfect for people who exercise vigorously, lift weights, or enjoy aerobic activities.

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Prime Rib and Pasta is just 30 minutes away. This hearty dish is easy to prepare – especially with leftover rib – and served with vegetables makes a great well-rounded meal. Fans of Italian cooking might want to add some form of tomato sauce, while other might opt to dress their pasta al freddo (with cheese). Either way, this one is a winner for your hungry family in desperate need of an energy boost.

Leftover Prime Rib with Pasta
Serves: 4


Preparation Instructions:

  1. Cook the pasta al dente or to your preferred texture.
  2. In a large skillet saute the onions and garlic in the olive oil.
  3. Add the prime rib pieces.
  4. Sprinkle on the flour trying to avoid lumps.
  5. Add the black pepper, parsley, and thyme.
  6. Stir well to ensure that the flour is evenly distributed.
  7. Add the beef broth and reduce heat to a simmer.
  8. Simmer until the sauce is the thickness you desire.
  9. Add in the cooked penne pasta and toss well to combine.

Prep Time: 5 minutes – Cooking Time: 30 minutes (may vary on stove power) – Ready to Serve: Upon completion of preparation instructions.

Source: Leftover Prime Rib with Pasta Recipe

Here’s another crowd pleaser: O’Charley’s Prime Rib Pasta Recipe. This preparation will take a bit longer, but the unmistakable taste and rich flavors will WOW whoever is putting fork to mouth. The Horseradish required for this recipe has its own instructions and ingredients listed below.

O’Charley’s Prime Rib Pasta
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Preparation Instructions:

  1. Rub Cajun spice into the surface of the meat. Cover with plastic wrap and let sit while you prepare the sauce and pasta. (The rub will actually begin to “cure” the meat.)
  2. For the sauce, melt butter in a large saucepan which will be large enough to accommodate the pound of cooked pasta, and saute onion until it becomes translucent. Mix in the flour to make a roux. Gradually add chicken broth and allow thickening. Remove from heat and whisk in Parmesan. Immediately cover surface of sauce with a sheet of plastic wrap and set aside briefly.
  3. Bring a pot of water to boil for the pasta.
  4. Heat olive oil over medium-high heat in a skillet. Cook the sun-dried tomatoes for a few minutes, then with a slotted spoon transfer them to the cheese sauce and whisk in. Cover the pot of sauce and set aside. Reserve the skillet and all the bits in it for the meat.
  5. Boil the pasta until al dente and drain. Add the cooked pasta to the saute pan containing the sauce and fold to coat pasta. Season with salt and pepper, as needed. Keep covered in a warm place while you cook the steak.
  6. Over medium high heat, sear the steaks and cook to your liking. Slice steaks into bite sized pieces and serve over pasta. You can either cook the veggies (mushrooms and asparagus) with the steak or seperately. In a seperate pan, while cooking the steak, crisp your bacon.

Prep Time: 25 minutes – Cooking Time: Up to 2 hours (may vary on stove power) – Ready to Serve: When bacon is crisped and the entire preparation is complete.

Cajun Horseradish Sauce for O’Charley’s Recipe
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Preparation Instructions:

  1. Heat all ingredients in a saucepan. Blend well, using a whisk. Immediately upon simmer; remove from heat.

Source: O’Charley’s Prime Rib Pasta Recipe


We hope you enjoy these amazing pasta and prime rib dishes! They could literally feed an army. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Prime Rib and Pasta Recipes – Filling, Hearty, and Super Easy to Make”

  1. O’Charley’s rocks! How did that person get the recipe out of the place?

    Also choose a good olive oil for it. The cheap stuff isn’t up to snuff.

  2. you can also use the O’charley’s horseradish recipe for a standard plate of rib minus the pasta. i don’t need the carbs but I do need the edgy taste of horseradish 🙂


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