Prime rib is sometimes difficult to heat because you don't want it to be overcooked. You also want to keep the original saris. The methods described in this article, such as steaming or heating them in the oven, will retain the original flavor of the ribs even when reheated the next day.
Method 1 of 3: Steaming Prime Rib Slices
Step 1. Make a pouch out of foil
Remove a sheet of foil and bend the edges. Place the ribs in the foil bag.
Step 2. Add a few spoonfuls of stock
You can use beef broth or cooked ribs.
Step 3. Close the foil bag
Cover the bag so the broth doesn't evaporate.
Step 4. Place the bag inside the steamer
Close the steamer tightly.
Step 5. Heat the prime rib for 3-6 minutes
You may need to heat it longer if the meat is large.
Step 6. Remove from bag and serve
Place the plate under the foil bag because the water will drip.
Method 2 of 3: Heating a Loaf of Prime Rib in the Oven
Step 1. Set the oven to 120 °C
Let stand a few moments until hot.
Step 2. Place the meat in a small skillet
Pour in a few tablespoons of beef broth. Cover tightly with foil or a lid and place in the oven.
Step 3. Bake until the meat reaches your desired level of doneness
It will take about 10 minutes, depending on what your taste buds are.
To check for doneness, you can use a meat thermometer. The internal temperature of meat with rare (raw) doneness ranges from 49-52 °C. Medium-rare is 54-57 °C, medium is 60-63 °C, and medium-well is 65-68 °C. Well-done is 70 °C. Insert a thermometer into the center of the chunk of meat to measure the temperature. However, this reheating temperature will be slightly different
Step 4. Remove the meat from the oven
Place the pan on the table.
Step 5. Heat the skillet to high heat
Add fat like butter. Fry the meat until the outside is crispy. The outside of the meat should be brown.
Step 6. Serve the ribs
Add the starch from the skillet over the meat for added flavor.
Method 3 of 3: Heating the Prime Rib in the Microwave
Step 1. Place the meat in a microwave-safe covered bowl
Add a few spoonfuls of beef broth or starch and cover.
Step 2. Heat the meat for 1-2 minutes
This step depends on how hot your microwave is.
Step 3. Do not cook the meat until it is too hot
You don't want the meat to be overcooked. Let the meat remain rare, medium rare, or medium.
Step 4. Remove the meat
Serve with the juices.