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Best way to do a boneless Prime rib??

Mik of AlaskaMik of Alaska Posts: 96
edited 6:18PM in EggHead Forum
As usual I need some input on the best way to a prime rib. The one I got is boneless and I need to know how to season..sear...and do the final cook along with temps. Thanks in advance. Mik ( we're over 16 Hrs. of sunshine) of Alaska


  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    Mik of Alaska,[p]There are many ways to do a prime rib roast, and here is how I like them, you will go to my cookin' site. Just scroll down to the BEEF section.[p]~thirdeye~

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  • thirdeye,
    Thanks a bunch!! Will do it in a day or so. Mik

  • tach18ktach18k Posts: 1,607
    Mik of Alaska,
    I always did mine with a low and slow cook first with a 250 dome till 125, and let it rest for about 15 minutes till the Egg got to sear temps, then sear to a nice crust, rest covered in foil, then serve.

  • Mik of Alaska,
    here is a link to how i do them (bone-in or boneless, doesn't matter). ...with sear then roast at 325, it takes about 15 - 16 minutes per pound for medium rare. .. .

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