USDA Choice Bone-In Ribeye / Prime Rib Steak (côte de boeuf).
Php 1,550.00 / kg
Prime rib or Ribeye steak of a dashing 1.5 to 2 inches thickness, also known as Cowboy Ribeye, comes from the primal rib section, is among the celebrated steaks in top restaurants. It has tender and more flavorful meat through the marbled section of the rib.
Juicy and tasteful, it makes an amazing dinner. Give your loved ones a fancy meal for the evening and experience a simple yet fine dining at home. It can also be slow-roasted andn served for special occasions.
Prime rib is a complete protein with all nine essential amino acids. These nutrients are the building blocks of our body making us strong and keeping our strength, energy, and satiety for the day.
It is also high in essential minerals, especially zinc and selenium. The former is essential for a healthy immune system and facilitate in metabolism of carbohydrate. The latter acts as antioxidants power-sweeping toxins out of the body. It is a good source of phosphorus and iron as well.
Prime rib also has some B vitamins with small to moderate doses. One in particular is vitamin B12 that is important for the formation of red blood cells and enhancing the mood, lowering the tendencies of depression and fatigue. Other b vitamins in good doses include B6, riboflavin, and niacin.
Fair warning: Prime rib is also relatively high in fat, moderation and portion control are the keys. Serve with a generous amount of vegetables for a well-balanced diet.
Delivery and Packaging:
Delivered frozen, raw, vacuum packed individually
Size: 0.95 - 1 kg per steak
Refrigerator, 6 hours
Remove the steaks from their packaging. Assemble them as one layer onto a dish and let thaw for 6 hours.
Microwave, 3 minutes (1 steak), 6 minutes (2 steaks)
Remove the steaks from the packaging and place them in a microwavable dish. Defrost for half the time, then pause the microwave to turn the steaks over for the remainder of the time.
Cooking After Thawing
Stovetop, 4 min
Place the steaks in a hot pan with a little bit fat or on a grill and cook for the indicated time. Rare: 2 minutes over high heat, turning halfway and then 2 minutes on medium heat, turning halfway. Medium rare: 2 minutes over high heat, turning halfway, and then 3 minutes over medium heat, turning halfway.
*To ensure food safety, recommended cooking for steaks is 145° F (medium heat) and a 3-minute rest after cooking.
Prime Rib Roast in Garlic & Herbs
1 pack USDA Choice Beef Prime Rib
1 Boursin (Garlic & Herbs)
salt and ground black pepper
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Place the roast in a roasting pan bone-side down.
Rub with boursin garlic and herb butter into the meat and coat well.
Season with salt and pepper.
Cook the roast for 30-45 minutes minutes.
Reduce the oven temperature to your desired internal temperature.
Cover loosely with foil and continue to cook the roast until preferred doneness is achieved.
Let rest for a few minutes.
Serve and enjoy!