Prime rib (or more accurately standing rib roast) is nearly the most expensive cut of beef you can buy, so you want to master the secrets to making it right. Grilling prime rib or smoking prime rib is a great way to prepare this special occasion favorite. These prime rib recipes will help you make the most of your investment and put a lot more flavor into your roast.
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This is the classic prime rib recipe for the grill. The secret is to grill this roast indirectly at a low temperature to get it cooked through to the middle before increasing the heat to caramelize the surface to perfection. Once you have tried this recipe you won't be putting a rib roast in the oven ever again.
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The smoker can add so much flavor to a prime rib roast. To get the best flavor, give it just a kiss of smoke and make sure that the smoke can reach the meat. Before placing in the smoker, a dry rub of garlic, salt, pepper, oregano, and rosemary is used to coat the outside of the meat. Slow-roasted to perfection, this is certain to become a new favorite.
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The coating of Dijon mustard, seasonings, and herbs creates a beautiful crust on this impressive cut of meat. Cooked over indirect heat on the grill for two to three hours, the roast is juicy and tender. You can top off this dish with a nice blue cheese or horseradish sauce.
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This is a delicious and convenient way to prepare a prime rib roast using the rotisserie unit on your grill. This method continually bastes the prime rib roast in its own juices for hours, resulting in a juicy, tender, and perfect prime rib—and the drippings will make the perfect gravy.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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This prime rib is delicious and tender. It's a little time-consuming, considering it needs to smoke for eight hours but is well worth the wait. The whiskey is added to the wood chips to create a bourbon-flavored smoke that will infuse the meat to create a wonderful taste.
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Few things are better than a good prime rib. This standing rib roast is simply rubbed with oil, garlic, salt, and pepper and smoked for several hours. This results in roast with the great flavor of the prime rib mixed with a mellow smokiness.
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The orange marinade in this recipe not only tenderizes the prime rib roast but also adds a lot of delicious flavor to it. The roast sits in a mixture of beer, orange marmalade, soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, and dry mustard for two to four hours before being placed on the grill to slow cook until tender.
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Similar to Jamaican jerk, this seasoned prime rib brings a lot of flavors and a little kick to the dinner table. A rub including jalapeno, soy sauce, and plenty of spices is slathered on the beef before grilling for a few hours.