It’s quite tricky to find out how standing rib roast Publix is made. However, with some creativity you can try to remake it, even at home. It doesn’t take long to process it, but you need to make sure that you do what is suggested the right way.
Want to know how to make prime rib, especially the one that resembles standing rib roast Publix? Get your jotter ready and note this down:
- 2.5 kg prime rib, keep the bones in.
- 1 head garlic. Don’t peel it. Make it into halves horizontally
- 3 twigs rosemary
- 1 unpeeled onion. Make it into quarters.
- 5 twigs of thyme
#2 Garlic herb butter (for coating the rib while roasting):
- 150-200 grams unsalted butter. Soften it before use.
- 1 tsp dried thyme (you can also use chopped fresh thyme. Use around 2 tsp)
- 1 tsp dried rosemary/2 tsp finely chopped fresh rosemary.
- 2 tsp salt and black pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients to make the butter coating for the meat.
#3 Red wine sauce
- 2.5 cups dry red wine – choose any red wine which isn’t too oaky or too sweet. Try to get Shiraz, Merlots, or Cabernet Sauvignon for this standing rib Publix recipe.
- 1.5 cups low salt beef stock/broth
- Cornstarch as required (normally around 1 tbsp).
#1 Prepare your beef:
- Preheat your oven to 240oC and make sure the beef shelf will enable the beef to sit in the middle of oven.
- Make sure your meat is already taken out 3-hrs before cooking. Dry it off with paper towel. Then, coat the beef with the herb butter. Save some for another coating later.
- Place garlic, onion, and thyme into your roasting pan. Then, put the coated side of beef on the herbs placed on the pan.
- Roast the beef for around 20 minutes, then remove the beef and turn the heat down into 120oC.
- Coat the beef with the remaining herb butter. Then, place the beef back into the oven and roast again for another 1.5 hours. Make sure to baste the beef with the juices per 30 minutes until the inner beef temperature reaching 48oC.
#2 Red wine sauce:
Once you finish cooking the meat, don’t remove the garlic and onion on your pan. Instead, set it into high heat on your stove. Then place beef stock and dry red wine, and simmer the combo for 10 minutes.
Mix corn flour with some water and pour it onto the pan. Stir immediately. If the sauce doesn’t thicken, add more corn flour mix. Once you got the sauce already thickened, strain it. Pour the sauce into a jug.
It’s time to serve your standing rib! Get some friends to chill in your house and let them taste this finger-licking standing rib roast Publix!