Indulge in this holiday centerpiece with our reverse sear prime rib recipe, cooked and seasoned to perfection every time.
– Prime Rib Roast – Olive Oil – Seasoning – Compound Butter (optional)
Give prime rib roast a good rubdown with olive oil so your seasoning sticks like it’s meant to be there – trust me, it’s our secret weapon.
Pick your cooking method. Whatever you choose, you're going to cook until it reaches an internal temp about 10°F below your desired doneness.
Heat your grill or cast-iron pan. Sear the smoked prime rib for a quick 1-2 minutes on each side. For medium-rare, aim for an internal temperature of 130°F to 135°F (57°C).
Transfer that masterpiece to a cutting board. Grab a sharp knife, and slice it up just the way you like it.