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    Default Article: Faux Prime Rib

    Fake Prime Rib recipe that tastes like REAL prime rib from super cheap cuts of beef, at a cost of less than $1.50 per person

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    A great recipe with an excellent rub. At &1.50 per adult serving, this is a frugal feast. Au gratin potatoes would be an excellent side. And if you want to make it extra fancy a steamed green vegetable would add great color. The leftovers (if any) could be used in your wonderful stuffed pepper recipe or in a steak sandwich we love our prime rib with horseradish and sour cream. Makes you feel wealthy on a budget!

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    Can't wait to try this.

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    Think eye of round roast would be okay? Have this on sale here this week.

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    Default Re: Faux Prime Rib

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheri2698 View Post
    Think eye of round roast would be okay? Have this on sale here this week.

    I don't see why it wouldn't, just make sure it doesn't exceed 3 lbs. You want it to cook all the way through.
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    Oooo YUM! Sounds so good to me!

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    Love this suggestion! I will serve with herb baked potato (I rub potatoes with olive oil, and a spice mix [I use salt, pepper, thyme, oregano, basil, onion powder, garlic powder, and parsley] then bake at 350 for about an hour. I think also, I agree with MabelMartha, that some steamed veggies would be lovely. I'm thinking some spinach cooked with little green onions and diced tomato. If I have some I may even add some New Zealand corned beef to the spinach (amazing!). Dessert? Maybe some Apple Pie Cookie Squares, or Lemon Meringue Pie...

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    Cooking as we speak. Can't wait to try it. Going to have French dip sandwiches made from leftovers tomorrow night.
    Going to serve tonight with leftover garlic mashed potatoes and steamed spinach.

 

 
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