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Herbed Prime Rib

Tove Hoff BormesTove Hoff Bormes Posts: 2
edited 2:04PM in Beef
Ingredients
• &#188 Cup fresh basil• 1 Tbs fresh-ground black pepper
• &#188 Cup fresh oregano• 1  Tbs kosher salt
• &#188 Cup fresh parsley• 10-14 lb prime rib roast (bone-in or out)
• &#188 Cup fresh rosemary• &#188  Cup chopped garlic
• &#188  Cup fresh thyme
• 3 Tbs extra virgin olive oil (can sub veg oil - don"t use regular olive oil)

InstructionsFor the paste:
combine first eight ingredients and mix well.
lightly score the top of the roast, and press chopped garlic into the top and sides of the roast. (If you plan to eat this with other people, I highly recommend wearing rubber gloves when you do this part!!) Spread the paste over the roast, and let roast set at room temperature about an hour (while you prepare the fire will do)
If using smaller chips, soak apple wood chips first, then add to fire. Maintain dome temp at 275-300 degrees. Roast takes approximately 3 ½ - 4 hours to cook at this temp. (Cook to 135 for medium rare. ) Allow roast to rest for a few minutes before cutting NotesI serve this with grilled asparagus and whole muchrooms - which take about 5-7minutes on the BGE, at 350-400 degrees. MAN, is this good! Number of Servings: Time to Prepare:
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