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Smith's Prime (Choice) Rib
Description:Prime (Choice) Rib
Ingredients:Steak Seasoning (Montreal is good but any can be used)
Kosher Salt
Pepper
Moore’s (like Dales but less salt)
Mustard
Instructions:

First coat the entire roast with a thin layer of mustard. Then pat down with the Moore’s seasoning. Next, place seasoning (salt, pepper, and steak seasoning) all over the roast. Make sure your roast is at room temp before placing on the grill.

Get your egg to 650.

Sear your roast on both “meaty sides” and “fatty side” for 3 min each, for a total of 9 to 10 minutes.

Take your meat off of the grill and let the egg settle to 350.

Now for the easy part. Place a thermometer in the center of the roast and when it gets to 128 take it off for a medium rare delight!!! A horse radish sauce goes great with it.

Notes:I looked all over for "prime rib". I was told that grocery stores have choice at best. It was great!!!!!!
Calories Per Serving:Price Per Serving:$12.50
Number Of Servings:4Source:
Vegetarian:NoTime To Prepare:
Date:Mon 01 Jun 2009 01:38:11 UTCViewed:8920 times
Author:Jay smithEmail:
Rating:4,72 (29 votes)

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LarryComment added on: Sat 30 Jan 2010 05:15:34 UTC
after you sear it at 650 how was it cooked? grid , raised grid, direct? Im wanting to do a prime rib
Double DComment added on: Sat 13 Mar 2010 18:02:43 UTC
i did it a couple of weeks ago and my wife said it was the best she had ever eaten. I seared it lid up, and then cooked it over indirect heat with lid closed..I put some jack daniels oak chips on before I started indirect cooking it....delicious...i cooked to 140 and it was a perfect medium...
LarryComment added on: Wed 10 Nov 2010 18:46:27 UTC
direct
PatrickComment added on: Sun 26 Dec 2010 16:52:06 UTC
Jay, Great recipe, best PR I've had yet. Only thing I did different from your recipe was I added the mustard and seasoning after searing the PR. This made for less mess and was easier to handle during the searing.
TomComment added on: Thu 03 Mar 2011 23:23:42 UTC
Go to a butcher shop for prime prime rib, it makes a big difference! 12.99 per lb
JohnComment added on: Mon 18 Apr 2011 14:09:10 UTC
how long did it take?
TedComment added on: Sat 06 Jun 2015 20:06:12 UTC
Mustard - what kind?

Like just the basic yellow mustard?
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