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Herb Crusted Prime Rib

Serves 4 - 6

Prep Time: 12 hours

Cook Time: 3 hours

Who doesn't love the classic prime rib? Covered in a fresh, earthy seasoning, the meat will slowly absorb the flavors as it chills, then the flavors are cooked into the meat as it grills. Use this dish to liven up any special occasion!

Ingredients

  • 4-6 garlic cloves
  • 1/3 cup olive oil
  • 7 lbs. Boned Tied and Rolled Prime Rib Roast
  • 3 tbsp. fresh rosemary
  • 3 tbsp. thyme, fresh sprigs

Directions

In a food processor, blend together the garlic, rosemary, thyme, sage, and oil until a rough paste forms. Place the prime rib on a sheet pan over a wire rack and rub the prime rib generously with the herb paste on all sides.

Season the prime rib with Pit Boss Chop House Steak Seasoning generously on all sides, then chill uncovered in the refrigerator overnight, or for 12 hours.

Once the prime rib has chilled for 12 hours, heat your Pit Boss Grill to 250°F and grill for 2 hours or until the internal temperature of the roast reaches 110°F, then increase the temperature to 400°F and grill for an additional 15-30 minutes, or until the internal temperature reaches 125°F - 140°F.

Remove the prime rib from the grill, cover tightly in foil and allow to rest for 30 minutes. The final temperature of the prime rib should be 125°F - 140°F after resting. Serve and enjoy!

Recipe from Pit Boss Grills.

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