Standing rib roasts are very tender and flavorful cuts of meat. Usually priced at about half the price of a tenderloin filet, this roast is a practical, elegant, and delicious idea worth having for a special occasion. It's fancy for the holidays, for entertaining, and perfect for your menu because it couldn't be simpler. It will take you less than 10 minutes to prep it, then the oven does all the work. All you have to do is time the cooking for when you want to serve. I have a tip for you on that in the notes below.
Standing Rib Roast- any size
Fresh garlic cloves
Fresh ground pepper
To plan the timing of cooking, first, multiply the pounds of the roast by 15 minutes per pound. Factor in that you need to let it rest for 15 minutes after it is done cooking, and you'll need about 5 minutes to slice it. Once it is sliced, you will want to serve it immediately. So everything else should be warmed and on the table.
This dish is divine with Potatoes Dauphinois, Caesar Salad, or a mixed salad with French Vinaigrette dressing. For dessert, try Chocolate Mousse or Pot de Crème. Or Pear Clafoutis for a lighter option.
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