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#7007042 - 12/22/17 09:18 AM In need of a Prime Rib recipe
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Registered: 07/13/09
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Loc: Allen, Tx
Help. I picked up a rib roast yesterday at kroger since they were on sale. Seeing how I have never cooked prime rib before, I figured I would ask my fellow THF buddies if any of you have a good recipe I could use......

What do you have?


Edited by ijohnston (12/22/17 11:24 AM)

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#7007050 - 12/22/17 09:20 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
HoldPoint Offline


Registered: 07/06/09
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Loc: Plano, TX
olive oil and montreal steak seasoning - let it come to room temp and sear it on all sides in a cast iron skillet then toss it in the oven at 325 and a meat probe and pull when it hits 120 and tent it with foil and let is rest for 10 minutes - hard to mess it up really

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#7007052 - 12/22/17 09:20 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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make sure you make a nice horseradish sauce with it

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#7007075 - 12/22/17 09:30 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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I have a ronco rotisserie I thought about using to cook it.

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#7007097 - 12/22/17 09:41 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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Originally Posted By: ijohnston
I have a ronco rotisserie I thought about using to cook it.


Wow you are the second person I know that bought one of those.

I made one last Saturday, I did olive oil, rosemary, garlic, salt and pepper; then put it through the blender. I rubbed down the meat with more olive oil and then rubbed the seasoning on it. I then smoked it at 250 until internal temp to 130, let it sit in the cooler for 2 hours because I overestimated the time it would take. I had a 10lb and it took about 4 hours to get to that temp. I then made a huge fire to seared each side for maybe a minute. A really good horseradish sauce is a must, I like to feel a little sting in my nostrils.




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#7007130 - 12/22/17 09:55 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: Herbie Hancock]
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Originally Posted By: Herbie Hancock
Originally Posted By: ijohnston
I have a ronco rotisserie I thought about using to cook it.


Wow you are the second person I know that bought one of those.

I made one last Saturday, I did olive oil, rosemary, garlic, salt and pepper; then put it through the blender. I rubbed down the meat with more olive oil and then rubbed the seasoning on it. I then smoked it at 250 until internal temp to 130, let it sit in the cooler for 2 hours because I overestimated the time it would take. I had a 10lb and it took about 4 hours to get to that temp. I then made a huge fire to seared each side for maybe a minute. A really good horseradish sauce is a must, I like to feel a little sting in my nostrils.







Looks legit - I would have figured taking it to 130 and letting it sit in a cooler for 2 hours it would have been way more done than that looks

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#7007150 - 12/22/17 10:05 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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I thought so too, it being my first one I think I got away lucky on it sitting in the cooler so long.

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#7007187 - 12/22/17 10:21 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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I'm gonna toss a 7.5 pounder on xmas day - I've got two boneless 15 pound CAB ribeye roasts sitting in the fridge I'm going to portion out into individual steaks with the exception of the 7.5 pound slab

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#7007353 - 12/22/17 12:02 PM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: HoldPoint]
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Gonna deep fry a 16# bone in prime angus ribeye can't wait .

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#7007384 - 12/22/17 12:26 PM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: Rockinmyshoe]
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Originally Posted By: Rockinmyshoe
Gonna deep fry a 16# bone in prime angus ribeye can't wait .


Been wanting to try this....

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#7007561 - 12/22/17 02:22 PM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: HoldPoint]
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Originally Posted By: HoldPoint
make sure you make a nice horseradish sauce with it


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#7007800 - 12/22/17 05:20 PM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: Rockinmyshoe]
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Originally Posted By: Rockinmyshoe
Gonna deep fry a 16# bone in prime angus ribeye can't wait .


I had a chicken rib eye at restaurant before and I wasn't very impressed with it. This was at a place where all the food was good, however GOOD LUCK on your endeavour!

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#7008003 - 12/22/17 07:40 PM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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#7011860 - 12/26/17 09:41 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: skinnerback]
Rockinmyshoe Offline
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Originally Posted By: skinnerback
Originally Posted By: Rockinmyshoe
Gonna deep fry a 16# bone in prime angus ribeye can't wait .


Been wanting to try this....


Turned out purrdy good, 3 minutes per pound @ 350* was a little to rare
For the family. I thought I'd was just right! So might need to adjust cooking time.

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#7012855 - 12/27/17 05:53 AM Re: In need of a Prime recipe [Re: ijohnston]
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