Standing Pasture-Raised Beef Rib Roast
A Gippsland pasture-raised standing rib roast makes for a celebratory centrepiece to share.
This is a fresh product, and will come vacuum sealed. Check packaging for use by date information. Any product ordered from the Meatsmith Christmas range will be suitable for consumption up to and including Christmas Day.
Your standing rib roast will weigh a minimum of 2.6kg.
Remove the beef from the fridge for at least 40 minutes prior to cooking it. Preheat the oven to 220C. Remove the standing rib roast from its packaging then place it onto a roasting tray. Rub the beef all over with a generous amount of extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper then sprinkle with roughly chopped herbs (such as rosemary, sage and thyme). Place into the hot oven and cook for 20 minutes at 220C to get colour onto the joint then reduce the temperature to 200C. This cut of beef is best served medium. However, depending on your preference of cuisson, we recommend cooking the beef for the following amounts of time: Rare: 15-20 minutes per 500g or 50 degrees internal temperature of meat using a thermometer. Medium rare: 17-23 minutes per 500g or 55 degrees internal temperature of meat using a thermometer. Medium: 20-25 minutes per 500g or 60 degrees internal temperature of meat using a thermometer. Allow the beef to rest for a minimum of 20 minutes before carving. Remove any butchers twine using a small, sharp knife. Using a large carving knife, remove the fillet from the bone by slicing in between the meat and the points of bone. When the whole fillet is removed, place it onto a chopping block then cut thin slices off of the fillet, arranging them onto a serving plate as necessary. Drizzle the slices of beef with any resting juices then serve with red wine jus, Meatsmith mustard and horseradish cream. We like to cut through the points of the rib to place at table, to be picked up and eaten by hand.
Christmas items are available for home delivery and click & collect from December 13 to December 24.