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Posted by: Richard Fl on 2010/05/30 15:11:02  

In Reply to: Prime rib - how long? posted by skihorn on 2010/05/30 15:04:13

Not sure if the bones add much time per pound.
Here is one I did awhile back.

Beef, Prime Rib, Richard Fl




INGREDIENTS:
1 4 1/4 Lbs 2 Bone Prime Rib
Seasoning:
3 Tbs Kona Koffee Rub
2 Tbs Chopped Garlic in Olive Oil
1 Tbs Indian River Rainbow Pepper Blend
1 Tbs Garlic Powder
6-8 Tbs Kosher Salt
2 Tbs Water
Little Porcini Mushroom EVOO




PROCEDURE:
1 Cut the bones away from the roast and sprinkled some garlic powder between the meat and bones. Wrap with some twine to keep together. This allows for easier cutting of the roast after the cook.
2 Make a slurry of the seasonings and rub all over the roast like a thick paste.
3 Get BGE set up indirect and have at 450F. I used a drip pan to catch the juices. Handful coffeewood for smoke flavor.
4 Placed the roast on grill with temperature at 450F. Let cook for 30 minutes to allow the crust to form. Leaving the roast on reduce the temperature to 350F and cook apprx 17 minutes per pound. Did this one for 1 hour 45 minutes. Pulled at 120F and let rest in a tent for 45 minutes.
5 Served with baked potatoes and some mixed veggies. Was going to do Garlic toast, but forgot to turn the oven on until after the meal was over. Wonder if the pomegranate martinis had anything to do with that? Had 3 Oz lobster tails to go with this.







6 Used a cream cheese mayo, horseradish sauce for the beef.
7 Slurry and cooking instructions were provided by Ross in Ventura. Thanks Ross.


Servings: 4

Recipe Type
Beef, Main Dish, Meat

Recipe Source
Source: BGE Forum, Richard Fl, 2010/03/31

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