Perfect Prime Rib Roast
What’s the secret to an extra succulent prime rib roast? Your slow cooker. You may not believe us, and we understand why you’d hesitate to throw a top dollar cut of meat in a Crock-Pot. This is a revolution that must be tasted. And of course, you don’t just season the meat and toss it in the slow cooker, set it and forget it style. First, you’ve got to achieve the perfect crust. We seasoned our prime rib in salt, pepper, and herbs de Provence to give it a slight floral hint and let it sit overnight—at least 12 hours—and then given it another hour of sitting at room temperature. Then we pan sear the roast until it’s browned on all sides and can lock all those flavors and juices in. Only after achieving the perfect crust is the roast ready for hours in the slow cooker. And this is not your average roast. Sure, the slow cooker bypasses any messes and allows you to cook hands off, but it also yields results that will make you a believer. You cannot truthfully understand until you try—have we sold you on this yet? This prime rib roast makes a perfect centerpiece for your holiday lunch or dinner. Serve with red wine and immense satisfaction.