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Old 12-30-2013, 10:37 AM   #1
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What can I do with left-over prime rib?

We had Christmas with my in-laws over the weekend and got sent home with the rest of the roast because they were leaving town. It's not my favorite but I don't want to waste a huge chunk of meat.

Extra points if you can give me an idea that makes it not taste like prime rib.

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Old 12-30-2013, 10:42 AM   #2
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Re: What can I do with left-over prime rib?

I have no idea what to do with prime rib in particular, but a beef roast turned shredded beef can be turned into:
-tacos/taco salad/nachos/quesadillas
-stroganoff
-sloppy joes
-chili
-calico baked beans
-shredded beef hot dish
-beef + broccoli
-stir fry
-beef fried rice
Any of those with more spices added will help it taste different, but I can't tell you whether the flavors will fight or compliment since I haven't had prime rib.
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Re: What can I do with left-over prime rib?

twood covered a lot. IF you still have it, I like to dice it up and freeze in meal size portions to just pull out and add to many of the dishes she mentioned.
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Shepherds Pie! Very easy, and if you use worcestshire sauce in the gravy, it will not taste like prime rib. Delicious. I like to use fresh veggies, but if you want to speed it up, you can grab a bag of frozen veg instead, and you can put whatever else you like in, as long as there's onion and carrots in gravy, mixed with chopped beef, topped with buttery mashed potatoes. I'm jealous.
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