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Old 02-13-2015, 04:30 PM   #1
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Leftover prime rib roast

Does anyone have any good ideas for using up leftover prime rib roast? In the past I have done things like chili and putting it on toast with mushroom gravy, but if y'all have some other ideas I would love to hear them.

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Old 02-13-2015, 04:37 PM   #2
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My first inclination would be to simply make a roast beef sandwich, plain beef on lightly buttered bread, or marinated in BBQ sauce.
Then there's beef hash served with eggs for breakfast.
But my favorite would be thin sliced and served with just a pinch of salt and eaten just as it is, nothing else, enjoying the full flavor of the beef while relaxing in front of the TV just before bed.
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Old 02-13-2015, 04:39 PM   #3
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'Steak' and eggs for breakfast, fajitas.
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Old 02-13-2015, 04:54 PM   #4
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Save some scraps for hash!

If the roast had bones devil them! We called them dinosaur bones when I was a kid!

This is a recipe to get you started.

JBug's Kitchen Antics: Deviled Beef Ribs
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Old 02-13-2015, 05:08 PM   #5
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We almost always do tacos with any kind of left over beef. Chop them up and throw them on the comal along with tortillas.
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Old 02-13-2015, 05:17 PM   #6
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My first inclination would be to simply make a roast beef sandwich, plain beef on lightly buttered bread, or marinated in BBQ sauce.
Then there's beef hash served with eggs for breakfast.
But my favorite would be thin sliced and served with just a pinch of salt and eaten just as it is, nothing else, enjoying the full flavor of the beef while relaxing in front of the TV just before bed.
I second that. Just don't reheat it. One of my favorite things about prime rib is cooking it med. rare to perfection. I'd make cold roast beef sandwiches with horseradish or I might lay some room temp. rare slices onto a glorified salad.
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Old 02-13-2015, 05:25 PM   #7
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My mouth is watering

Such excellent ideas! Yes, the roast has bones, btw.
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But my favorite would be thin sliced and served with just a pinch of salt and eaten just as it is, nothing else, enjoying the full flavor of the beef while relaxing in front of the TV just before bed.
I often do that with tri tip. They always seem to taste better, plain, eaten as leftovers, cold, and thinly sliced. Red wine, cheese and crackers on the side.
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I often do that with tri tip. They always seem to taste better, plain, eaten as leftovers, cold, and thinly sliced. Red wine, cheese and crackers on the side.
We do the same with tri tip, RF. I just can't bring myself to heat it up and make it not perfectly rare! Oh yes, rare meat, wine and cheese and crackers....bliss.
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Beef Pot pie

There is a recipe in the NY Times Cookbook for beef pot pie, which my late wife made many times.
Basically, cut up meat chunks, onions, mushrooms, and Heinz Beef Gravy.
The topping is Pillsbury biscuits, but they are baked separately first on a cookie sheet to brown the tops for half the time. They are then placed brown side down over the casserole and cooked the rest of the way.
Otherwise, they will sog if placed on the casserole initially.
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