Special Rib Roast for all Occasions

Rib roast is something that I always miss every time we celebrate Christmas or New Year’s Eve dinner together with our relatives or closest friends. Since Christmas is about to come, my family would probably prepare more delectable recipes that we will be sharing such as roasted turkey, beef steak, ham and of  course rib roast is one of the those.

You might wonder why my family would prepare a lot of foods as many as I mentioned earlier it’s only because we have lots of our relatives that never fails visit us every end of the year as they bring their favorite recipes for us to share. It’s like every occasion is like a feast to us, no wonder why most of us have huge build or should I say, healthy in some other way. :D

Since we all know that rib roast is one of the most special foods that most families would love to eat, I would love to share this secret recipe that my family have been mastered for years.

Garlic Rib Roast with Rosemary

Rib Roast


1/2 bunch of chopped rosemary leaves

8 pounds of bone-in standing rib roast

1 cup of red wine

6 pcs of cloves minced garlic

3 well-chopped of ribs celery

2 well-chopped of onions

2 cups of beef stock

3 well-chopped of carrots

2 bay of leaves

Kosher salt

Extra olive oil


  • Preheat your oven into 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Get a medium-sized bowl and combine the rosemary and minced garlic. Add some olive oil until it becomes and mix it well. Rub the roast with the paste carefully all over the meat then season with Kosher salt.
  • In the bottom of the roasting pan, place the vegetables and garlic then toss with olive oil and taste then add the wine, beef stock bay leaves. Put the roast on the top.
  • Put into the preheated oven for 20 – 25 minutes or until the meat is golden brown. Reduce the temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 hours. While cooking, spoon some juice over the meat or add some stock on it to prevent from drying too much.
  • Insert a thermometer on its center and must read between 125 – 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove it from the oven and let it rest 15 minutes prior to carving.
  • Slice the rib roast and arrange it base on your standards. Serve with love.

Well I guess, you’re very much ready to serve this recipe this coming Christmas do you? Hopefully you will also love this recipe just like we did. See you next time and enjoy your rib roast for all occasions.



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