Impress your guests with this easy and delicious recipe for smoked prime rib. Rubbed with Revolution Barbecue’s Texas Beef BBQ Rub and Blak BBQ Seasoning, this juicy and tender ribeye roast is slow-smoked to perfection, resulting in a smoky and savory flavor that will have your taste buds dancing. Perfect for any special occasion or backyard barbecue, this recipe is sure to please. Recipe by Glenn Connaughton. Read more about Glenn here.
Smoked Prime Rib
Get ready to savor the rich and savory taste of a perfectly cooked prime rib, smoked to perfection and packed with mouthwatering flavors. The key to this recipe lies in the perfect balance of spice and heat, brought to you by Revolution Barbecue's Texas Beef BBQ Rub and Blak BBQ Seasoning.Imagine the aroma of a perfectly seasoned bone-in ribeye roast, coated in a luscious layer of Worcestershire sauce and slathered in the delicious blend of Texas Beef BBQ Rub. As you take your first bite, the flavors of the rub will explode in your mouth, accentuating the natural beefy flavors of the prime rib.But wait, there's more! The Blak BBQ Seasoning adds another dimension to the flavor profile, with its unique blend of honey powder, cumin seed, kosher salt, granulated garlic, granulated onion, black pepper, activated charcoal from coconut shells, mustard powder, and oregano. The smoky, earthy flavors of the seasoning will perfectly complement the smoky goodness of the prime rib, leaving you with a culinary experience unlike any other.This recipe is perfect for any occasion, from a family dinner to a fancy dinner party. So, fire up your smoker, prepare your rib roast, and get ready to indulge in the rich, smoky flavor of this mouthwatering smoked prime rib.
Prepare your smoker at 250 degrees Fahrenheit, using a heavy smoke wood or pellets such as oak, hickory, or mesquite.
Slather the rib roast with Worcestershire sauce to act as a binder for the seasoning.
Apply a coat of the Blak BBQ Seasoning to the entire roast, followed by a liberal rub of Texas Beef BBQ Rub on all sides of the meat.
Let the roast sit for one hour prior to smoking.
Place the rib roast on the smoker and smoke until it reaches an internal temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit in the middle. Approximately 2 1/2 – 3hours at 250 degrees. Use a meat thermometer to verify the temperature at the thickest part of the roast.
Tent the meat with aluminum foil and let it rest for at least 15 minutes. The meat will continue to rise another 5 degrees to a final internal temperature of 130 degrees Fahrenheit.
Slice the roast to serve and enjoy the delicious, smoky flavor of your perfectly cooked smoked prime rib.
Keep in mind that the outer edges will be more done than the middle, so your guests can choose their preferred level of doneness.
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