June 4, 2018
Prime Rib Roasted on the Big Green Egg Grill

BIG GREEN EGG ROASTED PRIME RIB

Ingredients

 – 8-10 Lb. / Boneless Prime Rib

 -½ Cup / Olive Oil Blend

 -¼ Cup / Kosher Salt

 -¼ Cup / Coarse Black Pepper

 -2 Cup / Garlic Cloves

 -12 Each / Rosemary Sprigs

Shopping List

 -Boneless Prime Rib

 -Olive Canola Oil Blend

 -Kosher Salt

 -Black Pepper

 -Garlic Cloves

 -Rosemary Sprigs

DIRECTIONS
Clean and trim Prime Rib.

Ensure to leave at least a 1/3 inch of the fat cap intact.

Score the top side of the meat diagonally going both directions, to create a diamond pattern.

Cuts should be no more than a ¼ in deep.

Evenly season meat with salt and pepper.

Smash the garlic and place evenly over the meat along with the rosemary sprigs. 

Preheat the green egg to a temperature range between 200-225 degrees.

Be sure to have the convection plate in place.

Place prepared prime rib on the grill and close the lid. 

Cook time will vary depending on size of the meat and the consistency of the temperature.

Ideal finishing temperature will be between 126-132 degrees.

Monitor center temperature with a food grade thermometer.

Average cook time takes between 90-120 minutes. Once cooked, remove from grill and allow 5-10 minutes to rest before serving!

Bon Appetit!

Prime Rib Roasted on the Big Green Egg Grill

Ingredients

  • 8-10 Lb. / Boneless Prime Rib
  • ½ Cup / Olive Oil Blend
  • ¼ Cup / Coarse Black Pepper
  • 2 Cup / Garlic Cloves
  • 4 each / Rosemary
  • 12 Each / Rosemary Sprigs

 

Shopping List

  • Boneless Prime Rib
  • Olive Canola Oil Blend
  • Kosher Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Garlic Cloves
  • Rosemary Sprigs

 

Directions

  1. Clean and trim Prime Rib
  2. Ensure to leave at least a 1/3 inch of the fat cap intact.
  3. Cuts should be no more than a ¼ in deep.
  4. Evenly season meat with salt and pepper.
  5. Smash the garlic and place evenly over the meat along with the rosemary sprigs. 
  6. Preheat the green egg to a temperature range between 200-225 degrees. Be sure to have the convection plate in place.
  7. Place prepared prime rib on the grill and close the lid. 
  8. Cook time will vary depending on size of the meat and the consistency of the temperature.
  9. Ideal finishing temperature will be between 126-132 degrees.
  10. Monitor center temperature with a food grade thermometer.
  11. Average cook time takes between 90-120 minutes. 
  12. Once cooked, remove from grill and allow 5-10 minutes to rest before serving!

Bon Appetit!

Published: June 4, 2018
Author: The Outdoor Appliance Store
Categories : Recipes