Sometimes, good ole’ stand-by recipes are great go-to solutions. But sometimes—like at the holidays—you need to pull out all the stops with an amazing new recipe!
No need to worry if you’re still finalizing your Christmas menu and haven’t found that wow-factor centerpiece for your holiday dinner yet. Because we’ve put together 5 of our favorite mouth-watering recipes that will be perfect for your family’s Christmas dinner this year.
1. Lobel’s Wagyu Rib Cap with Port Wine Reduction – T-Roy Cooks
Surrounding the eye of every rib roast is a highly marbled layer of the most tender, succulent, and flavorful meat you can imagine: the rib cap. And when the rib cap comes from an aged Wagyu rib, prepare yourself to be blown away by flavor, tenderness, and juiciness that has no comparison.
Our friend Troy of T-Roy Cooks took this unbelievable cut, grilled it, then topped it with a shallot and port wine reduction sauce. Incredible!
2. Smoked Prime Rib – Smoky Ribs BBQ & Southern Cuisine
Our friend Rus of Smoky Ribs shows you how to smoke a whole rib roast. The results are amazing. Rus thinks it would make a great Christmas dinner feast, and we couldn’t agree more.
3. Lobel’s Shell Roast (Strip Loin) on the Kamado Joe – T-Roy Cooks
If you love strip steak, you’ll be head over heels for our USDA Prime Dry-Aged Boneless Shell Roast. Also known as a strip loin roast, our Shell Roast is an ideal selection because it is so easy to prepare, carve, and serve. This big, beefy cut is the roast equivalent of a strip steak or New York Strip.
Our friend Troy of T-Roy Cooks does an amazing job of reverse searing this roast to a perfect medium-rare.
4. Amazing Beef Wellington Recipe – Big Meat Sunday
Beef Wellington is a classic and indulgent dish, perfect for your holiday feast.
Watch as our friend John of Big Meat Sunday shows you how to make his decadent Beef Wellington recipe.
5. Classic Chateaubriand with Mushroom Sauce – T-Roy Cooks
Our friend Troy of T-Roy Cooks shows you—step by step—how to create an amazing and easy dinner using Lobel’s USDA Prime Chateaubriand. Our Chateau roast is cut from the center of the whole tenderloin. It is extremely tender and will make the perfect centerpiece for a cozy dinner.
What’s on your Christmas dinner menu? What is your favorite roast for the holidays? What would you serve alongside any of these delicious roasts?