Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat the grill and set up for in direct grilling,
  • slice 1/2 inch holes in the roast (mostly on the fatty part of the rib roast) but also on the sides.
  • Strip the rosemary leaves from 2 of the sprigs.
  • Then insert the garlic and rosemary sprigs into the holes.
  • Then place the remaining Rosemary on top of the roast
  • Make the rub and then rub the mixture over the roast.
  • Place the roast on the grill for the desired time.
  • After it has reached it's temp remove and let stand for about 10-15 mins before carving.
  • 2lbs = 30 mins roughly
  • Top shelf, indirect grilling
  • Recipe was originally from Steve Raochlen's "The Barbecue Bible" page 115. I just made a few modifications.

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  • thegoldminer 3 years ago
    Nice, I am a prime rib lover also.
    Perfect Prime Rib Roast
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  • efitobx 3 years ago
    Last night cooked a Prime Rib, came out Fantastic! Garlic and Rosemary a true winner with Prime.
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  • jo_jo_ba 4 years ago
    There is NOTHING better than garlic and rosemary on prime rib... except more garlic :-). Have you ever tried grainy mustard as a crust?? It's killer too!
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  • elgourmand 4 years ago
    Depindin on how hot the grill is it will be nice and rare. Nice, simple set of spices. RJ
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  • norasun 4 years ago
    delicious!
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  • kristopher 4 years ago
    FireChick, awesome post! Very nicely done. Great recipe and tremendous photos. Featured on the homepage.
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  • valinkenmore 4 years ago
    Love prime rib done on the grill. Nice post and we will be trying it soon!
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