COOKING ROAST PRIME RIB ON THE GRILL
Roast Prime Rib on the Grill
by Hans Dekker
the taste of prime rib? Love the taste of barbecue?
You can combine them together for cooking roast prime
rib on the grill. It takes a bit longer than hamburgers,
but cooking roast prime rib on the grill gives you a
fabulous roast that everyone enjoys.
need a lot of charcoal for cooking prime rib on the
grill. The cooking time is about two hours so you need
about 8 pounds of good quality charcoal. Fire up the
charcoal and wait until the flames die down and the
charcoal is giving off a good heat.
cooking prime rib on the grill, you don't want the meat
to be directly over the hot coals. Move them over to
one side of the grill so that you can place the roast
on the other side. Before putting the meat on the barbecue,
rub the exterior with a mixture of coarse salt, pepper
can use either bone on or bone off when cooking roast
prime rib on the grill. You can ask the butcher to remove
the bones and then tie them back onto the meat. This
gives you the best of both worlds - easy carving and
great tasting ribs.
the meat on the grill and cover it tightly. If the cover
has vents, you want to close them as well. Check the
grill from time to time to make sure it has enough heat
to for cooking roast prime rib on the grill. If it cools
off, you can open the events to let the flames build
two hours of cooking roast prime rib on the grill, take
the cover off and check the temperature with a meat
thermometer. The interior will be about 115° when
the meat is rare, and 150° is well done. Be sure
to check the temperature as close to the middle as possible.
cooking roast prime rib on the grill to your taste,
remove it from the grill and let it sit for about 15
minutes before serving. I hope you bought a big enough
roast because your guests will ask for seconds and thirds!
article was written by Hans
Dekker, the author of www.steaks-guide.com
and the barbeque and grill section of www.patio-furniture-ideas.com