Boneless Ribeye Roast

How to Cook a Boneless Ribeye Roast

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How to Cook a Boneless Beef Ribeye Roast

Makes 10-15 Servings
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Aribeye roast is the perfect luxurious centerpiece for fancy dinners & gatherings.  It’s not only one of the best beef cuts, but it’s also surprisingly easy to cook.  The secrets are good beef, a good sear, cooking it low and slow, and finally letting it rest before slicing.

Want to cook a beautiful bone-in ribeye roast (aka a “standing rib roast”)?  Check out our recipe here.

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

1

Preheat your oven to 300°F.
2

Trim any remaining silverskin off the surface of the roast (how to remove silverskin).
3

Cut the ribeye roll into portions that can be seared easily in your largest pan (we cut ours into 2 halves). Liberally salt the roast.
4

Sear the roast portions in a well-oiled, wide frying pan or cast iron skillet over high heat, turning as necessary, until well-browned on all sides.

5

Move the ribeye roasts to a roasting pan & slow-roast them to an internal temperature of 130°F (this will likely take somewhere around 2 hours). Turn them every half hour to ensure even cooking.

6

Remove the roasts from the oven & let them rest for 20 minutes before slicing.

7

Serve with your choice of sides.

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