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Rib eye roast, doing for 1st time

Jrmyers28Jrmyers28 Posts: 1
edited December 2011 in Beef
I have a 5lb rib roast, i've got it nicely seasoned and wrapped in bacon.  I have never cooked one and not sure on cook times to get to an internal of about 115.. if I am cooking at 250, i think this will take about 3 hours, does that sound right?

Also heard that putting a cup of brandy in the drip pan helps make for a nice gravy.. any thoughts?

Comments

  • billyraybillyray Posts: 1,138

    Here's something I've done. Cooked in a roast pan on a rack at 500 for 45 minutes, reduced heat to 325 for 30 minutes, then get the heat back up to 450 for 15-30 minutes, or until internal is 125. Pull off the grill, foil tightly and let rest for 20-30 minutes and it is medium rare.

    For gravy, I pour out all but 1 TBS. of drippings from the roast pan. Then on high heat on the stove, I add 1/2 a chopped onion and some butter to deglaze the good stuff. Mix in 3 TBS. of all purpose flour, whisking constantly and add 1 1/2 cups chicken stock, continue whisking until it boils. Add 1 cup heavy whipping cream and some chopped parsley and cook for another minute. This isn't low cal, but it is really good.

    Felton, Ca. 2-LBGE, 1-Small and waiting on a mini
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,958
    edited December 2011

    Jrmyers28

    Highly reccommend 250*. Three hours is a little long if it is boneless, I get about 25 minutes per pound bone on. I would not use brandy, at least fresh brandy, in the egg but rather let the drippings go brown in the pan and then deglaze with wine on the stove. Add the brandy after and flambe or boil for a bit to get rid of the alcohol. If you have a rig or platesetter, use something as a spacer to keep the pan off it.

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

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