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Oven-Roasted Prime Rib Steak (4 Servings)

  • Author: Bobby


  • Four prime rib steaks, bone-in, 10 ounces each
  • Eight tablespoons unsalted butter softened
  • Three garlic cloves
  • Two tablespoons vegetable oil
  • One teaspoon dried thyme
  • Grounded black pepper
  • Kosher salt


  1. Add the garlic to a mortar and sprinkle one tablespoon of salt. Mash until the mixture is even, then transfer the mash to a bowl and add the thyme, butter, and pepper. Then, fold the butter in with the spices until it is evenly mixed. Then, melt half of it and keep it at arm’s reach.
  2. Prepare the oven to 425F, and heat a skillet to scalding hotness on high. Add the oil, so it shimmers, and sprinkle some pepper and salt on the steak surfaces. Next, brown the meat on one side in the hot skillet for five minutes. Then, flip and brush the melted garlic butter onto the exposed side.
  3. Toss the skillet with the steak in the oven and continue cooking for five minutes, occasionally brushing the garlic butter on it. Once the prime rib steaks are close to doneness, remove them and leave them to sit at room temperature for five minutes. You want them to reach a final internal temperature of 120 to 125F.
  4. Once the steaks are warm and fully done, slice thinly across the grain and serve as desired. And if there is any pan juice left, spoon it over the meat as you serve.

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