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Barbecue Prime Recipe – Rib of Beef

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Barbecue Prime Recipe Rib of Beef – Use a chilled Prime Rib Roasted and Ready to a rare cook level so that the beef rib has a true roasted prime rib flavor profile prior to barbecue.

Place Prime Rib Roasted and Ready into a deep marination of your favorite BBQ sauce. Allow to marinate for 1 hour. Remove prime rib roast from marination and let sit for 10 minutes.

Coat prime rib in a crusted pepper coating and place in preheated 275 degrees F oven, grill or rotisserie for approximately 2 hours or until internal temp is 125 degrees F to determine prime rib cooking time. Approximate reheating time: 2 hours for 10 lbs., 2.5 hours for 12 lbs., and 3 hours for 15 lbs. Remove and let rib stand for about 15 minutes before slicing.

To lightly char the outside, increase heat to 450 F for the last 15 minutes of heating time. Transfer the Prime Rib to a serving platter, cover with foil and let stand for 15 or 20 minutes before carving to let the juices return to the center.

Grilling Out with Prime Rib is another great way to enjoy the succulent juicy flavor of Prime Rib Roasted and Ready.A Tail Gate party at the ball park, Father’s Day at the lake, 4th of July picnic, Memorial Day in the back yard, or a birthday celebration for that very important person, you can count on a great day serving the best Prime Rib Roasted and Ready just for you and your guests.

Barbecue Prime Recipe   Rib of Beef

A 14lb avg. 100% usable Prime Rib Roasted and Ready will yield approximately 28 – 8 oz. or 18 – 12 oz. portions of premium stage roasted prime rib. An 8 oz. portion is considered a hearty luncheon cut, 12 oz. a normal dinner or Queen cut, and 16 oz. a thick dinner or King cut.