You’ll have a million more reasons to make prime rib in the first place if you know how to reheat it without losing its juicy, pink interior. Standing rib roast, a fatty, marbled piece of beef, has always been a staple in old-school restaurants—and an epic marvel when served at home. It’s no surprise that it’s also being served in fancy restaurants.
There are many ways to use leftover prime rib, but some are easier to make than others. Here are some ideas for many prime rib recipes that can be made into sandwiches, soups, and breakfast foods. However, now and then, I’ll need a way to use up some leftover prime rib, and these recipes will come in helpful.