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Topic Title: Prime Rib
Created on November 19, 2007 at 02:42 PM

Steve

Anyone out there have a prime rib recipe for the Holland Grill. I plan on cooking a 14lb one for Thanksgiving. Thanks in advance.

Roxanne

We did a prime rib on our Holland Companion and all we did was rub with beef seasoning (YOU CAN PURCHASE AT ANY BUTCHER SHOP) and let it go. It was WONDERFUL! Didn't need any other seasoning at all.

Steve

That's what I was hoping. The last thing I'm trying to find out is how long it will take for 14lbs to get to 130F.

Jeff

20 mins per pound is a good rule of thumb, but 130 degrees seems high for prime rib unless you like your prime closer to well done.

I'd shoot for 115 degrees and let it rest for 15 mins and you will have great medium rare prime.

A meat thermometer that you can leave the probe in the meat while its cooking is the trick. Good luck.


Carl

Hey, if you need a tester for that prim rib, let me know ; )

Big Pa

Steve, be sure and let us know what your cooking time was and how it turned out!

Toni

I used garlic powder, onion powder with parsley, salt ,course ground pepper and dry rosemary and my secret ACCENT... It was perfect also Albertson market will make a seasoning pack during the holidays if you request it.

Toni

I used garlic powder, onion powder with parsley, salt ,course ground pepper and dry rosemary, celery salt, and my secret ACCENT... It was perfect also Albertson market will make a seasoning pack during the holidays if you request it.

Tim L.

I'm going to grill a rib roast for Christmas, and would like to save the drippings for gravy. Can I put the roast in a disposable aluminum pan to catch all the drippings or should I just put the roast onto the grill itself? Thanks for any tips.