DifficultyIntermediate

This prime rib is the perfect centerpiece for any holiday dinner.

Bone Suckin' Prime Rib
Yields8 Servings
Prep Time8 hrsCook Time2 hrs 30 minsTotal Time10 hrs 30 mins
 10 lbs Beef Prime Rib
1

Start with bone-in or out, well-marbled beef.

2

Cover the meat with Bone Suckin’® Steak Seasoning & Rub.
For an even more true BBQ Crust flavor add Bone Suckin'® Mustard before you apply the rub.

3

Allow the prime rib to sit uncovered, on a rack in the fridge overnight.

4

Start your prime rib in the smoker at 250˚F.
Once the rib is placed on the smoker add your favorite flavor wood.

5

Remove the roast from the smoker once it reaches desired internal temperature (see temp guide below) and move down to the charcoal grill.

6

On high heat, rotate the rib top and bottom every 2 minutes to crisp the exterior to your liking.

7

Remove your prime rib from the grill and allow to rest for 10 minutes.

Enjoy!

*Note:
115-120˚F for Rare
125-130˚F for Medium Rare
135-140˚F for Medium
145-150˚F for Medium Well

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Ingredients

 10 lbs Beef Prime Rib

Directions

1

Start with bone-in or out, well-marbled beef.

2

Cover the meat with Bone Suckin’® Steak Seasoning & Rub.
For an even more true BBQ Crust flavor add Bone Suckin'® Mustard before you apply the rub.

3

Allow the prime rib to sit uncovered, on a rack in the fridge overnight.

4

Start your prime rib in the smoker at 250˚F.
Once the rib is placed on the smoker add your favorite flavor wood.

5

Remove the roast from the smoker once it reaches desired internal temperature (see temp guide below) and move down to the charcoal grill.

6

On high heat, rotate the rib top and bottom every 2 minutes to crisp the exterior to your liking.

7

Remove your prime rib from the grill and allow to rest for 10 minutes.

Enjoy!

*Note:
115-120˚F for Rare
125-130˚F for Medium Rare
135-140˚F for Medium
145-150˚F for Medium Well

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