Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib with Potatoes
Try Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib with Potatoes as a unique Christmas or holiday dinner. Marinated in red wine, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic and fresh herbs, then roasted for a quick and easy holiday meal.
This Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib recipe is a sponsored posts on behalf of New Seasons Markets. All opinions are mine alone.
Classic holiday meals like turkey and ham have been a family tradition since I can remember. Thanksgiving is turkey and Christmas is ham. While I enjoy the familiarity and meaning behind them, this year we’ve decided to break the mold with a different type of meat. Recipes like this Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib with Potatoes are just as special, and a great way to enjoy a unique holiday meal.
As long as you put thought and love into a holiday meal, it can be anything you want. A prime rib roast has all the classic holiday feel. It’s comforting, rich and not your everyday cut of meat; plus easy to roast, taking only about an hour depending on the size. This frees up your oven for the sides that go with your holiday dinner. You may need to order your prime ahead to be sure it’s in stock.
New Seasons Market in Sunnyvale has plenty of options when it comes to meats, seafood and produce. The produce, including organic, is very reasonably priced thanks to their close relationship with many local farms in the Bay Area and Northern California. Signs in the meat and seafood section tell you about each item, and where and how it is sourced. This includes plenty of organic, grass-fed and wild-caught options.
Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib with Potatoes comes out tender and full of flavor. Marinate ahead of time in a simple mixture of red wine, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic, salt and fresh herbs. Acids in the marinade help to break down meat proteins and salt injects flavor deep within. Cubed organic Yukon gold potatoes are cooked with the roast as well. I learned this trick from my mom and her homemade roasted carnitas. Juices from the meat infuse into the potatoes while roasting, adding a bolt of flavor.
Marinating this Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib overnight is best, then bake for a unique yet simple holiday roast, ready in a fraction of the time of traditional holiday meals.
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Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib with Potatoes
Roasted prime rib marinated in red wine, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic and fresh herbs.
Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib
- ¾ cup dry red wine
- ½ cup chopped onion
- 2 lemons juiced
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 2 cloves garlic sliced
- 3 pound beef rib roast
- 3 sprigs fresh rosemary
- 3 sprigs fresh thyme
- 4-5 yukon gold potatoes
- 1 tablespoon light olive oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
In a small bowl, stir together wine, onion, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, salt and minced garlic. Set aside.
Cut small slits into beef rib roast and insert sliced garlic. Place meat in a large ziploc bag, add marinade, rosemary and thyme. Seal tightly and marinate in fridge for at least 6 hours or overnight, rotating bag occasionally.
To cook: Preheat oven to 450° F. Let meat sit at room temperature for 20-30 minutes. Wash potatoes and cut into 1-inch cubes. In a large bowl, stir together potatoes with olive oil salt and pepper. Set aside.
Line a large baking dish with parchment or foil. Discard marinade and onions, place meat in center of dish and place in center of oven. Immediately reduce heat to 375°. Bake 30 minutes, then add potatoes around meat. Bake 30 minutes more, or until center reaches 145° F. for a medium-cooked roast. Remove from oven and lightly tent with foil. Let sit 20 minutes before cutting
Cook roast approximately 20 minutes per pound, checking temperature after about 45 minutes. Meat will continue to cook slightly once removed from oven by 5-10° F. Recipe time does not include marinating.
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