Chinese New Year Prime Rib: Best Recipes, Ingredients, and Ideas

Unlike the calendar New Year’s Day – celebrated January 1st of each year – Chinese New Year is on its own schedule. Each year has its own animal symbol: 2013 was the year of the snake, January 31, 2014 will be the year of the horse, etc. We’ve included a handy chart below for your reference – Click Here Chinese New Year Calendar.

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Chinese Marinated Prime Rib Roast


Youtube Video: Chef John’s Prime Rib Cooking Method (apply to our recipe for Chinese Prime Rib)



  1. Let rib roast sit at room temperature for a few hours. A warmer roast will decrease cooking time.
  2. Preheat over to 500 degrees.
  3. In a mixing bowl, combine ginger, marmalade, garlic, soy sauce, brown sugar, hot sauce and mustard. Mix well and gently stir in pineapple juice.
  4. Prick holes in the roast with a two-pronged fork. Place roast in a large bowl or plastic container.
  5. Substitute your marinade in place of Chef John’s butter mix. Pour marinade over roast; cover and let marinate at room temperature, basting twice.
  6. When the roast is ready for cooking, place it in the roasting pan.
  7. Leave about one cup of the marinade in the roasting pan. Pour the olive oil over the roast and cover roast with black pepper.
  8. Baking time is calculated as follows from Chef John: Weight of entire roast in pounds (ie 5.5 lbs from label) x 5 minutes = 27.5 Minutes baking time. Round up to the nearest whole number to be sure, which is 28 from our example.
  9. Important: Make sure your roast and marinade are both at room temperature, or else you will have to cook them much longer! (remember, leave your roast out for a few hours before preparing it).
  10. Bake for the amount of time you calculated using the middle of the oven.
  11. When time is up. Turn OFF the oven, but DO NOT OPEN it. Leave it inside the over for another 2 hours. The heat trapped within the oven from the initial searing at 500 degrees will cook the meat to a nice rare to medium-rare. (Lock door if you have curious kids! 🙂 )
  12. Remove after 2 hours and serve. There is no need to let it “rest”, since it has already rested inside the oven.

Serving Suggestion: Serve sliced Chinese marinated prime rib roast with steamed or fried rice and broccoli or pea pods. Add a splash of soy sauce to each slice if desired.


Cantonese Spareribs

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We realize spareribs are different than a traditional rib roast, but decided to include this delicious recipe anyway. Variety is the spice of life! 🙂
Catonese Spareribs



  1. Pre-heat over to 450 degrees.
  2. Place ribs meaty side DOWN in a shallow roasting pan.
  3. Roast, uncovered, in a 450 degrees F oven for 30 minutes.
  4. Remove from oven; carefully drain fat from ribs. Turn ribs meaty side UP.
  5. Reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F; continue roasting ribs, uncovered, for 1 hour.
  6. Remove from oven again; carefully drain off fat.
  7. In a medium bowl combine the marmalade, water, soy sauce, garlic or garlic powder, ginger, and pepper; stir thoroughly.
  8. Pour mixture over the ribs.
  9. Roast ribs, uncovered, for 30 minutes more or until tender, spooning sauce over ribs occasionally.
  10. If desired, serve with orange wedges and garnish with green onion brushes. (see photo above)


Easy Chinese Spareribs Recipe

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Here’s another great Chinese spareribs recipe!
Chinese Spareribs



  1. In a shallow glass dish, mix together the Hoisin sauce, ketchup, honey, soy sauce, sake, rice vinegar, lemon juice, ginger, garlic and five-spice powder.
  2. Place the ribs in the dish, and turn to coat.
  3. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator for 2 hours, or as long as overnight.
  4. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C).
  5. Fill a broiler tray with enough water to cover the bottom.
  6. Place the grate or rack over the tray. Arrange the ribs on the grate.
  7. Place the broiler rack in the center of the oven.
  8. Cook for 40 minutes, turning and brushing with the marinade every 10 minutes.
  9. Let the marinade cook on for the final 10 minutes to make a glaze. Finish under the broiler if desired.
  10. Discard any remaining marinade.


Happy New Year and Happy Chinese New Year! We hope you’ll enjoy these recipes.

Best Pre-made Prime Rib Rubs – Save Time and Energy with these Classic Rubs

Sure, you can make prime rib without any flavor beyond its inherent taste, but that’s not so fun after the third or fourth time. 🙂 Over the years, countless chefs and restaurants have decided to make prime rib more interesting utilizing custom-made rubs. Meat rubs are mixed herbs and seasonings applied to prime rib before cooking. They can be dry or wet. Typically the wet rubs should be made immediately prior to application, whereas dry rubs can be stored in the pantry much longer.

We’ve taken the liberty of reviewing some of the more common prime rib rubs available for sale. Buy them safely and securely at Amazon and they’ll be at your doorstep in a couple days!

Youtube Video: Seasoning a Prime Rib for Roasting

Best Prime Rib Rubs

Carl’s Gourmet All Natural Prime Rib Rub

Ingredients: Sea salt, paprika, oregano, pepper, celery, garlic, onion, rosemary, parsley

Carl’s Rub comes at a great price and has great reviews from many satisfied customers. It can also be used on Pork Chops, Chicken, or any other basic beef cut. It’s a dry rub and comes in a handy 4 oz. container that can be easily stored next to your other spices in the cupboard. Note that the price is for one container. You can easily afford this one and won’t have to worry about it collecting dust for years to come. One container is a great sample size for at least 2-3 different rib roasts. No bulk order required.

Snider’s Prime Rib and Roast

Snider’s Prime Rib Rub is difficult to find in stores these days, so buying online is usually the best alternative. This classic rub has been around for decades, delighting families and chefs with its unique blend of flavors that turn a bland roast into a memorable dining affair. Of course, it can be used with steak, burgers, and pork (if you dare 🙂 ). No bulk order required. This price is for one hefty container of dry rub that will last you a year. You won’t find this at “that” superstore!

Hi-Country 7 oz. Prime Rib Meat Rub Spice Mix (2/3.5 oz. packs)

Hi-Country’s venerable dry rub is priced to sell. It comes in 2 convenient smaller packs for improved storage life. This rub can actually be used for just about any type of meat you can bag: venison, fowl, even Caribou! The flavor is just right: not too over-powering, with a subtle taste that makes your meat much more enjoyable. Hi-Country reports that their rub goes great with meat left in freezer storage, ideal for the sportsman or family saving meat for special occasions. No bulk order required. Dry Rub.

Pappy’s Choice Seasoning Prime Rib Rub (24 Oz Professional Pack)

Ingredients: Kosher salt flakes, ground garlic, ground onion, pepper, paprika, HVP cracked rosemary, sugar

Pappy will put some kick in your rib! This particular product is great for restaurant kitchens, caterers, and big family gatherings. Pappy’s rub has been used on prime rib, rib-eye steak, BBQs, and poultry. Some adventurous cooks use it “off-label” to add a hint of flavor to vegetables and fish. Best of all, this rub contains NO MSG, artificial colors, or fake flavorings. This makes it perfect for use with organic meats. If you like the real deal, Pappy’s Prime Rib Rub is the obvious choice! Dry Rub. Large 24 oz. container, some smaller containers available. No bulk order required.

Colorado Spice Company Prime Rib Rub: 12 x 1.5 oz packets

Ingredients: Garlic, Rosemary, Salt, Onion and Spices

This hard-to-find gourmet rub is more expensive, but definitely worth every penny. You’ll notice the ingredients list is minimal. The “secret” taste this rub provides is in the final “Spices” ingredient that doesn’t divulge the exact items used. Rest assured, there’s no artificial components to this rub: It is made in Boulder, Colorado from the best herbs and spices, free from MSG, additives, and coloring. If you desire an authentic taste for your prime rib, lamb, steaks, or poultry, Colorado Spice Company has just what the doctor ordered! Dry rub. Comes in 12 1.5 oz packets. No bulk order required.

Sauer’s Grill Seasoning Canadian Style Prime Rib Rub 1.7 oz jar (Pack of 3)

Important: The package of 3 small jars is actually the entire item, because each jar has its own specific use. Sauer provides an excellent Roast and Prime Rib Rub, Canadian Style Chicken grill seasoning, and Canadian Style Steak grill seasoning. Of course, you’re free to experiment with different types of meat and mixtures of each rub. Cooking on an outdoor grill can be an enjoyable pursuit, and Sauer’s grill seasonings will take your game to the next level. Each jar has a convenient shake and pour top. Given the reach of these rubs, this combo item comes at a great price. You won’t be disappointed! A great gift item. No bulk order required.

Big Dick’s Dry Rub 5.8 oz

What list of rubs would be complete without Big Dick’s? 🙂 Seriously, this is probably one of the best all around rubs. It goes great with steak, prime rib, chicken, or pork. It also has been famously used on eggs, pizza, chili, and even pasta sauces! Give your spaghetti and meatballs a Big Dick’s kick with a touch of this great rub in the tomato sauce, or use a dash in your meatball mix. This unique mix of herbs and spices can be used year round for multiple cooking tasks. Dry Rub. No bulk order required.

Lindberg Snider Porterhouse & Roast Seasoning 14oz.

Ingredients: Salt, garlic, onion, black pepper, oregano, paprika, parsley, celery, rosemary, silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent)

Lindberg Snider’s roast seasoning is one of the better selling items at Its namesake suggests it goes best with beef and steak, however some customers have reported using it on pork and poultry. Undoubtedly, this popular rub brand with give your prime rib a unique, refined flavor that will impress house guests and persnickety household carnivores. The price is right for 14 oz, which should last you about a year. Lindberg-Snider’s gets superb reviews on Dry Rub. No bulk order required.

We hope you’ve enjoyed our adventure down Prime Rib Rub lane. All of these rubs will give your next meal a gourmet chef’s touch, not to mention plenty of happy eaters. Let us know what you think of each brand in the comments section! 🙂

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.

Click to Jump to O’Charley’s Prime Rib Pasta Recipe

Youtube: Prime Rib Pasta in 4 one-minute Parts – Playlist & Recipe

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
Siebki at Yahoo Answers


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
Siebki at Yahoo Answers


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. 🙂

Prime Rib Soup Recipes, Best Ingredients, Spices, and Seasonings

Don’t let leftover prime rib go to waste! If you have a quiet afternoon planned, make yourself busy preparing and cooking delicious prime rib soup: it’s easy and all you have to do is let it simmer!

What to do with leftovers? That’s a common question, especially as food budgets tighten and money is in short supply. Instead of letting your roast die a slow death in the refrigerator, breath some life back into it using a few simple ingredients, beef broth, and your favorite spices to make a savory soup. We’ve listed some recipes and step-by-step instructions below.

Youtube Video: Hearty Beef and Barley Homemade Beef Soup

Important Preparation Tip: As with any meat soup production process, prime rib soup will require substantial time to cook and simmer. Actual time spent prepping the meat and accompaniments is very short: you just need a few hours to watch the stove or crock pot.

Suggested Beef Soup Cookbooks:

Let’s start off with an easy recipe featuring cooked prime rib, mushrooms, and potatoes.

Simple Prime Rib Soup Recipe
Serves: 4-6


Preparation Instructions:

  1. Place the ribs in a large pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until the meat is falling from the bones, about 2 hours. Remove the ribs and allow to cool. Trim the meat from the ribs and cut into bite sized pieces; refrigerate. Continue simmering the broth until reduced to 1 cup; refrigerate until the fat congeals to the top.
  2. Skim and discard the congealed fat. Pour the broth into a saucepan along with the meat trimmings, beef stock, potato, mushrooms, salt, and pepper. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until the potatoes are tender, about 20 minutes. Sprinkle with chives to serve.

Prep Time: 15 minutes – Cooking Time: 3 hours 45 minutes (may vary on stove power) – Ready to Serve: 7 hours

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Prime Rib and Barley Soup
Serves: 8


Preparation Instructions:

  1. Put all ingredients except barley into a large pot (we use a ceramic cast iron pot)
  2. Bring to a boil
  3. Cover, reduce heat and cook over medium heat for 30 minutes
  4. Add barley and cook for another 30 minutes or until barley is tender
  5. Remove bones and meat from pot and let cool enough to handle
  6. Remove meat from bones and chop all meat into bite size pieces
  7. Return meat to pot
  8. Serve (we serve with rolls)

Prep Time: 25 minutes – Cooking Time: 1-3 hours (may vary on stove power) – Ready to Serve: 4-5 hours (make sure meat is tender, barley is cooked, and soup has been stirred periodically)

Supplementary Source: – Prime Rib and Barley Soup, Adapted Recipe (with pictures)
Original Source: Prime Rib Beef Barley Soup

Prime Rib and Vegetable Soup
Serves: 10


Preparation Instructions:

  1. Put all ingredients, through parsley, in a large pot
  2. Cook over medium heat for 1/2 hr
  3. Add barley and cook for another 1/2 hr
  4. Remove bones from pot and cool
  5. Remove meat from bones and cut into pieces
  6. Return meat to pot and then add potato and mixed vegetables
  7. Cook 1/2 hr until potatoes are cooked

Prep Time: 30 minutes – Cooking Time: 1.5 hours (may vary on stove power) – Ready to Serve: 2 hours (make sure meat is tender, all vegetables are thoroughly cooked, and soup has been stirred periodically)

Source: Recipe for Prime Rib and Vegetable Soup (also lists Nutritional Information)

Prime Rib, Wild Rice, and Mushroom Soup
Serves: 2-4, more servings if ingredients increased proportionally 


Preparation Instructions:

  1. Soak morel mushrooms in 2 cups boiling water until softened
  2. Remove morels and dice, reserving liquid
  3. Heat oil/fat and butter in a larger Dutch oven over medium high heat
  4. Add onions and cook until the onion is translucent
  5. Add the mushrooms and rosemary all at once
  6. Sauté the mushrooms for 2-3 minutes
  7. Add the sherry and deglaze the pan
  8. Then add the broth and reserved morel mushroom liquid
  9. Bring to a low boil, add the prime rib and the wild rice, salt and pepper to taste
  10. Whisk flour and cream together and slowly add to soup
  11. Bring back to a low boil, stirring occasionally until the soup thickens slightly
  12. Finish with the fresh chopped parsley and serve immediately

Prep Time: Up to 60 minutes *(mostly for cooking the wild rice) – Cooking Time: 1.5 hours (may vary on stove power) – Ready to Serve: 2 hours (make sure meat is tender, all vegetables are thoroughly cooked, rice is soft, and soup has been stirred periodically)

*Note on Rice: The Wild Rice in this recipe might need up to an hour of cooking time on its own before adding it to the soup. That’s why we suggested 60 minutes prep time, which will usually is enough to soften the rice. After that, add ingredients as instructed and cook like any other meat soup.

Source: Prime Rib, Wild Rice, and Mushroom Soup

We hope you enjoy our Prime Rib Soup Recipes. Please visit each source website for further cooking ideas, prep tips, and great side dishes!

Spices for Your Prime Rib Rubs: Garlic, Basil, Oregano, Parsley, Black Pepper, and Rosemary

Add spices to your prime rib rubs to produce a tasty, flavorful dinner

“Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme” might be line a line from Simon and Garfunkel’s famous rendition of “Scarborough Fair”, but we think you need to know the truth:

Easy Prime Rib Herb Paste – Spice Rub Recipe
The following is a recipe for a great spice rub for prime rib. It’s fast and easy, and turns a bland rib into something very exotic.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Yield: Makes about 1 cup

  1. 1 tablespoon chopped garlic
  2. 2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
  3. 2 tablespoons chopped fresh oregano
  4. 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
  5. 2 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary
  6. 4 tablespoons olive oil
  7. 1-1/2 tablespoons Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
  8. 1 tablespoon fresh ground black pepper

Combine all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth and even. Spread evenly over the Moneygram agent surface of the prime rib roast.

Source: Prime Rib Herb Paste – Spice Rub Recipe,

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Prime Rib is Best with Atomic Horseradish “Super Hot” Sauce

They didn’t name it “Atomic” for nothing: this amazing blend of spices and vegetables combines to produce an extreme hot sauce flavor unlike any other we’ve experienced.

Atomic’s 6 ounce bottle should be more than enough product to spice up your prime rib. The quality of the sauce is second to none. Only the best quality horseradish is used, teamed with a secret blend of flavors that will have you calling 911 after your first bite.

We recommend adding this sauce to your prime rib gradually, so that all tastes and spice tolerances can be accommodated. Don’t pour it all on at once unless you know what you’re getting yourself into! 🙂

Of course, this horseradish sauce can be used for other dishes, too. Use a scant amount to spice up an otherwise boring vegetable dip, or substitute for Wasabi next to your other favorite beef dishes.

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Top Horseradish Recipes for Your Prime Rib Dinner

Pop Quiz: Is Horseradish a vegetable or a condiment?

Answer:: It’s a vegetable, but commonly prepared and so named as a condiment.

Horseradish is a great companion to prime rib. It’s somewhat spicy, somewhat sour, somewhat creamy flavor adds a little pizzazz to any beef dinner. It’s also not too hard on your arteries, and depending on the preparation might be acceptable to vegetarians or even vegans. Best of all, it’s very easy to make!

Simple Horseradish Sauce Recipe for Prime Rib


  1. 2 tablespoons freshly grated horseradish (for best taste buy fresh horseradish from your grocer)
  2. 8 ounces sour cream drained
  3. 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
  4. 1 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce*
  5. 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
  6. Salt
  7. Dash of hot sauce*

*See our list of brands to purchase at the bottom of this post


In a medium sized bowl, mix together all ingredients and serve with Prime Rib. Place in refrigerator until ready to serve. That’s it! Be sure to thoroughly mix ALL ingredients, or else the sauce will be inconsistent or pasty.

Source: Aaron McCargo, Jr – Oven-Roasted Prime Rib with Horseradish Sauce Recipe

Horseradish Measures, Weights, and Substiutions

Important: Always refer to your specific recipe’s instructions first before using substitutions. For example, some recipes might call for grated horseradish opposed to bottled prepared horseradish. Substitute at your own risk! 🙂

  • 1 Tablespoon grated fresh horseradish = 2 Tbsp bottled prepared horseradish
  • 2 Tablespoons prepared horseradish = 1 Tablespoon dried + 1 Tablespoon vinegar + 1 Tablespoon water + salt to taste
  • 10 Tablespoons prepared horseradish = 6 Tablespoons dried powdered
  • 1-1/2 pounds fresh root = 2-3/4 cups peeled and grated
  • 1 8-ounce bottle prepared horseradish = 1 cup

Source: Horseradish Cooking Tips and Measures

Other Tasty Horseradish Sauces and Preparations

Apple Horseradish Sauce
Note: Also makes a great companion for pork dishes!


  1. 4 Granny Smith apples
  2. 2 fluid ounces (60 ml) cider vinegar
  3. 2 ounces (60 g) fresh horseradish, grated
  4. 1 teaspoon (5 ml) paprika
  5. 1 fluid ounce (30 ml) white wine


Grate the apples and moisten them with vinegar. Add the horseradish and paprika. Thin to the desired consistency with the wine.

Yield: 1 pint (500 ml)

Horseradish Hollandaise Sauce Recipe
Note: This one is a little more complicated, but the end result is an amazing flavor that can’t be missed!


  1. 1/2 pound (2 sticks) unsalted butter

For the Horseradish Puree:

  1. 1/4 cup drained prepared horseradish
  2. 1 Tablespoon white wine vinegar
  3. 1 Tablespoon heavy cream
  4. 2 egg yolks
  5. 1 Tablespoon water
  6. 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt


Melt the butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Keep warm.

To make the horseradish puree: Place the horseradish, vinegar, and cream in a blender. Puree until smooth, stopping from time to time to scrape down the sides with a rubber spatula. Scrape into a bowl and reserve.

Place the egg yolks in a slightly larger non-reactive saucepan. Whisk in the water and the salt. Place over medium-low heat. Slowly pour the warm butter into the egg yolks, whisking constantly. After all the butter has been incorporated, continue whisking approximately 3 to 5 minutes over the heat, until the sauce is light and fluffy and has almost doubled in volume. Remove from heat and continue whisking until the sauce is skin temperature.

Whisk in the reserved horseradish puree. Serve immediately. Good with roasted fish, beef, and chicken.

Yield: 1-2/3 cups

Same Day Beet Relish


  1. 1 pound cooked beets
  2. 1 ounce grated horseradish, or more to taste
  3. 1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  4. 1 Tablespoon sugar
  5. Salt and freshly ground pepper
  6. 3 Tablespoons red wine vinegar
  7. 1 cup yogurt or sour cream


Coarsely grate beets and mix with horseradish. Beat together the mustard, sugar, salt, pepper, and vinegar and mix with the beets. Fold in the yogurt or sour cream. Serve cold. The texture of the sauce can be as “coarse” or “smooth” as you desire, depending on how small you make your grated beets and horseradish particles. Feel free to add more Horseradish to balance the earthy flavor of the beets to taste.

Yield: About 2 cups

Source: Horseradish Recipes

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Curry the Secret to Indian Style Prime Rib

Any fan of Indian food will know that one of the key ingredients to most dishes is curry, a traditional seasoning in Indian cooking.

An authentic Indian eatery stateside will have dishes with curry readily available, not mention other even spicier selections for those with steel palettes.

Preparation Tip:
If you want to add curry to your Prime Rib, do so during the traditional seasoning and spicing stage of rib preparation. Even better, add curry to a tasty paste and let the beef absorb the flavor for 24-48 hours before roasting.

Easy Curry Prime Rib Roast

Portion: This recipe is for preparing a prime rib roast with curry in the rub. You’ll need enough of the paste to cover the top of your prime rib. Err on the side of caution and make a little extra paste if necessary.


  1. 5 to 6 lb. Prime Rib
  2. 1/3 cup beef broth (usually available next to soups at the grocery store)
  3. 1/4 cup Garlic Salt
  4. 2 tbsp. Curry Powder
  5. 2 tbsp. Black Pepper

You’ll also need a Meat thermometer for evaluating your roast’s cooking progress


  1. Preheat the over to 500 degrees Farenheit.
  2. Combine the broth, salt, pepper, and the curry powder to make a paste. Rub the paste on the top of the roast.
  3. Bake the prime rib, roast fat site up, for 20 minutes.
  4. Lower the temperature of the over to 300 degrees Farenheit and bake the roast for an additional 1.5 hours. Don’t open the over at al during the baking process, if possible.
  5. Check the internal temperature of the roast with a meat thermometer; the roast is done when the internal temperatue is 155-160 Farenheit. (*Tip: to avoid opening the oven during the baking process, position the thermometer on the roast so it’s possible to read the temperature from your oven window. Otherwise, allow the minimum baking time to pass before opening your door and getting the temperature.)

Source: “How to Make a Great Prime Rib Roast”

Dry Rub with Curry Powder (no beef broth required)


  1. 1/4 cup chili powder
  2. 2 teaspoons celery salt
  3. 1 teaspoon dry mustard
  4. 1 teaspoon oregano
  5. 1 teaspoon parsley flakes
  6. 1 teaspoon onion powder
  7. 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  8. 1 teaspoon white pepper


  1. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly. Store in an air-tight container until ready to use.
  2. If you’re preparing a large amount of beef and unsure of how much rub you’ll need, always purchase extra ingredients ahead of time as backup.

Source: Dry Rub With Curry Powder

Best Curry Powder Brands
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Great Indian Side Dish for Prime Rib
Indian food is well known for its rich and powerful sauces. Serve your next rib with a few different dipping stations, including Tandoori, Mumbai, and Calcutta traditional sauces. Make every bite of your rib count!