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Prime Rib - Need Help

edited 10:44PM in EggHead Forum
Splurged today and got a rib roast. With a pricey cut of meat like this I don't want to mess it up.[p]Any help would be greatly appreciated (as well as pics)


  • KPE,I have used this one by Thirdeye very good [p]Carl

  • ronbeauxronbeaux Posts: 988
    <p />KPE,
    Here is one when I first got my egg. Seared at 550 on all sides, then pulled and covered in foil and let the egg get back down to 350(about 20 minutes.) Then put it back on and let the internal temp get to 135 and pulled. Let it rest for 15 minutes and then slice. There are different methods that I'm sure will be posted.

  • KPE,
    I follow Big Nat's method on the submitted receipes page except I sear all sides like ronbeaux said. I also add crushed pepper corns to nat's formula.

  • Woody54Woody54 Posts: 148
    This is my favorite on the BGE. As always, try[p][p]and click on recipes for the Mad Max version. Remember, it will rise 5-10 degrees internal after you remove it from the fire (I overcooked mine a few times)[p]Good Luck[p]Woody

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