11 Best Leftover Prime Rib Recipes

When you’re cooking a dish as delicious as prime rib, you would think that every morsel would be devoured pretty quickly.

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However, every now and then I will need a way to use leftover prime rib, and these recipes come in handy when such an event arises.

In this article, I will cover the 11 best leftover prime rib recipes to provide you with some inspiration! 

Keep reading to find out more.

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1. Leftover Prime Rib Quesadilla 

If you’re looking for a way to use up leftover prime rib, these delicious prime rib quesadillas are one of the best ways to do so. 

The filling is super easy to make, and it doesn’t take anything away from the super tender prime rib slices that you worked so hard to make delicious.

You will need two tortillas for each quesadilla. Simply warm the first tortilla in a pan, then add a light layer of cheese, a handful of cut prime rib, and more cheese. Following this, add your top tortilla and cook until the cheese is melted. Flip your quesadilla over and cook for an additional 2 minutes.

It couldn’t be easier, and you can top this delicious Mexican take on leftover prime rib with guacamole.

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2. Leftover Prime Rib Beef Stroganoff

Although beef stroganoff is traditionally made with beef, why not try making it with your leftover prime rib? 

Simply start off by sauteing a minced shallot and garlic. Add butter, and all-purpose flour, and combine with the shallot and garlic until all of the flour is absorbed. 

Add some herbs and spices, a cup of baby portobello mushrooms, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and beef broth to make a gravy. Once gravy has simmered and reduced and is thickening, add the sliced leftover prime rib roast meat.

Remove from the heat and add a dollop of sour cream. Pour the delicious prime rib over a hearty portion of egg noodles and you’ll have a deliciously warming meal you won’t be able to get enough of!

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3. Leftover Prime Rib Sandwich

If you’d rather keep things quick and simple, it doesn’t get much easier than making a leftover prime rib sandwich. 

If you think you’ve experienced sandwiches, the leftover prime rib really takes this recipe to another level.

Start off by melting butter and adding sliced onions to caramelize them. Gradually reduce the heat to prevent the onions burning, and take them off the heat when they are a dark caramel color.

To make the spread, combine mayonnaise and horseradish for a nice kick. Next, dress arugula with olive oil and a dash of vinegar.

This sandwich is served cold, so now all you have to worry about is constructing it!

Layer the sandwich with spread, dressed arugula, prime rib and caramelized onions. Tuck in and enjoy!

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4. Leftover Prime Rib Tacos

If you’re a fan of Mexican food, then this leftover prime rib tacos recipe is one for you to try. This recipe involves an avocado horseradish sauce that perfectly complements the meat and it’s to die for!

Begin by placing avocado, garlic, horseradish, and lemon juice into a food processor. A high speed blender is also fine.

Next, add chopped onions into a pan and soften. Stir in garlic and the sliced prime rib until the rib has been warmed through.

Remove the rib from the pan, and fry your taco shells in the same pan. 

Once all of your taco shells are ready, it’s time to assemble! Place a spoonful of prime rib mixture in the middle of a shell. Spoon avocado sauce on top, and garnish with cilantro.

Delicious!

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5. Leftover Prime Rib Chili 

You can’t beat a warming, hearty chili, and leftover prime rib chili takes the word comfort to new heights.

Simply saute the chopped onion, garlic, and jalapeno in a pan until they are soft and fragrant.

Add your tomato ingredients along with beef stock. Follow with your kidney beans and black beans. Add the chili seasoning and stir to combine. Bring the chili to a boil, then reduce the heat to low.

Simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the prime rib and continue to simmer for 10-15 minutes, or until warmed through.

Serve over a bed of boiled rice, with a generous helping of sour cream and garnish with cilantro. It doesn’t get much better!

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6. Penne Pasta With Leftover Prime Rib

There’s nothing more delicious than prime rib with carbs, and this penne pasta with leftover prime rib is no exception. This is a recipe that the whole family will get excited about.

Begin by sauteing onion in a pan, before adding 2 minced cloves of garlic. Add cremini mushrooms and butter and cook until tender.

Pour in the heavy cream, and simmer for another few minutes. Following this, add sun-dried tomatoes and season to taste with salt, pepper and parsley.

Cook the penne pasta, before adding it to the pan of sauce. Add the sliced prime rib and cook for a further minute to bring all the flavors together.

Serve with parmesan cheese for an extra creamy result.

Tuck in! 

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7. Leftover Prime Rib French Dip Sandwich 

If you like French dip, this sandwich is the perfect recipe for you. This recipe is all about a delicious Au Jus for you to dip your sandwich in.

To make the spread, combine horseradish with mayo and lemon juice in a bowl and combine well.

For the Au Jus, start by sautéing carrots, celery, and leeks for 6 to 8 minutes or until soft. Add beef stock, chili pepper flakes, peppercorns, and salt and bring to a simmer for around 15 to 20 minutes. Strain the solids and reserve the warm Au Jus.

Turn your broiler on high. Slice the rolls open and add the cheese. Place under the broiler and take out once the cheese has melted.

Construct the rest of the sandwich with the spread, the leftover prime rib, and hot peppers, and you’re ready to dip!

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8. Leftover Prime Rib Hash 

A hash is a recipe I love to do for brunch, and what better way to use up your leftovers than with a prime rib hash!

In a pan, start frying the potatoes with onions until both are well softened.

Next, add the prime rib to the pan. Following this, you will need to add beef broth to Worcestershire sauce and sprinkle over the pan.

Fry until the rib has been thoroughly warmed through. Serve as it is or with poached eggs on top!

There you have a delicious weekend brunch recipe fit for family and friends!

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9. Beef Barley Soup With Leftover Prime Rib 

This is another delicious, warming recipe that helps you use up leftover prime rib. It is super easy to make and requires really basic ingredients that aren’t difficult to get your hands on.

Begin by adding butter into a large Dutch oven and melt it over a medium heat. Next, add carrots, celery, and onion and cook until they have softened and are starting to turn brown.

Add garlic, and stir, before adding beef broth, the prime rib, ground thyme, barley, and red wine. Simmer until the barley has become tender.

Serve and enjoy with a delicious loaf of crusty bread. Tasty!

If you find that you have any leftovers, you can always freeze a batch. This recipe will keep for about three months in the freezer.

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10. Prime Rib Soup

Prime rib soup is one of my favorite recipes if I have leftovers, and it couldn’t be simpler to make.

Add onions, carrots, and celery to a saucepan and cook until soft, 5 minutes. Add garlic and cook until fragrant.

Add beef ribs and cover with stock and water. Add bay leaf, thyme, and rosemary. 

Cover the saucepan with a lid and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and let simmer until meat is tender and falling apart. Take out the herbs, and shred the meat.

Add red wine and barley to the pot, and simmer until barley is tender. Pair with your favorite bread and you have a delicious, warming meal.

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11. Leftover Prime Rib Phyllo Pot Pie 

On a cold, winter’s night there isn’t anything more comforting than a phyllo pot pie, so why not try making a leftover prime rib phyllo pot pie!

Start off by sauteing celery, onions, and carrots in a pan until they are soft. Add potatoes and heat for another few minutes.

Add wine and a bay leaf, allowing it to reduce by ½ volume. Next, add the beef broth and milk, bring to a low boil, and reduce the heat and simmer for a couple of minutes.

Add flour slowly to get the desired consistency, before adding Worcestershire sauce, leftover prime rib, and mustard. Add peas, corn, and season to taste.

Construct the pie by adding 10 phyllo sheets to a pie pan, brushing each sheet with butter to mold.

Add the pie mixture, top with phyllo dough, and bake for 35 to 40 minutes!

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