Cooking A Delicious Prime Rib Roast - A Recipe For Success
While you are shopping, pick up a good digital instant-read meat thermometer if you don’t already have one. It's the only sure way to tell when you're roast has achieved a desirable cooked temperature.
It is crucial that you allow the roast to come to room temperature to ensure even-cooking. This means leaving it out for up to two full hours right before roasting.
These pics don't really do the meal justice. This particular recipe is a little more time and labor intensive, especially if your local store does not already carry "Korma Paste" . I have attached the recipe for Korma Paste, as well as the Korma curry itself. I think the time was worth the end product.
I strongly recommend if you make the Korma paste to double the mixture and put half aside for the next time to save on preparation. Once you have the paste made this is a quick and very simple meal. This meal improves with keeping (in the fridge), and so is ideal for preparing ahead.
The good thing about this particular meal was it was low on prep and you can do it all a day ahead if you want. There are two separate elements to the meal, the Lamb and the Salsa, both recipes are below.
Note: If you can get your butcher to butterfly your leg of lamb have him do so, if not don't fret you can remove the bone and butterfly it yourself, it just takes a little more time.
A quick an easy mid week meal, that satisfies like steak, compliment the simply seasoned chops with a gently cooked tomatoes side and some crusty toasted artisan bread to soak up the delicious juices, all of which is done in 10 minutes.
2 Garlic cloves peeled
2 - 4 Lamb Chops
3 - 4 Tomatoes Sliced into Wedges
Spade L Ranch Beef Seasoning (or your favorite steak seasoning)
Splash of Balsamic Vinegar