Sunday, June 3, 2018

DIY Recipe Tonight! Welcome to My House (Day 2)... Greek Prime Rib Roast with Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob w/Butter & Parsley Flakes!

Hi There....Happy Sunday!!!

It's Day 2 of DIY recipe night!  Welcome to my house again on this evening ;-)!  This is a great Sunday meal and thanks for visiting me today (join LOFT101.net FREE and visit me all the time for my new ideas I'm always sharing...haha!).  

This meal is very easy to make and it's a good one friends!  For some reason, I've been enjoying Greek food this week and I'm sharing another Greek recipe with you today.  I absolutely love the Rachel Ray Show and I get so inspired to cook when I watch her show.

Well, anyway this meal is pretty simply to make and if you follow the caption below each of my photos, you will have so much fun making this delicious Greek Prime Rib Roast and Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob dinner ;-).  
"My oven roasted buttery corn on the cob, with sea salt and parsley flakes is finger licking good and you will have to eat more than one to be satisfied...yummy!!!"
-Deb

So, let's get started, happy Sunday & happy eating!  

P.S.....Keep following for the last meal of this series of posts and Day 3# DIY recipe I'll be sharing with you tomorrow ;-)!
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Greek Prime Rib Roast

 Here's all the ingredients you need:
(1) 5 pound prime rib roast, blended oil, (6) garlic cloves, 1/2 cup water and Greek seasoning find recipe at  allrecipes.com



Rub olive oil all over the prime rib.  Cut two slits on both sides of roast and two slits on top of the roast.  Stuff a garlic clove in each slit.

Rub Greek seasoning all over the prime rib.  Pour water into bottom of pan.

Pop your pan into the oven and bake according to the weight of your prime rib.    *See preheat directions above.


Oven Roasted Corn on Cob w/Butter & Parsley Flakes 

Butter your corn

Drizzle on blended oil 

Sprinkle on sea salt & parsley flakes.  Cover with foil and bake at 300 for  1 hour.  After 1 hour, remove foil and finish baking for 15 more minutes or until corn ears are roasted lightly on top. 

 
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