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The Flaming Rooster smoked Prime Rib is always a house favorite and a hit for any gathering you have.

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time4 hrsCook Time40 minsTotal Time4 hrs 40 mins

 Rib Beef Roast / Beef Ribeye Roast
 Wood: Pecan, Hickory or Cherry
PRIME RIB RUB RECIPE
 1 tbsp Cayenne Pepper
 1 tbsp Paprika
 1 tbsp Chili Powder
 1 tbsp Kosher Salt
 5 tbsp Montreal Steak Seasoning
HORSERADISH CREAM SAUCE RECIPE

1

First, get a nice cut of Beef Ribeye Roast (Prime Rib). Depending on how many people you are serving will dictate the size, but as a good rule of thumb, one beef rib on the beef ribeye will feed 2 people (so if you are having 8 people for dinner, get a 4 rib beef ribeye roast which should weigh 7 - 9 pounds).

THE RUB PROCESS
2

Rinse the ribeye with water and pat dry.

3

Place the ribey on a cookie sheet. Generously apply the Worcester Sauce all over the ribeye, applying it evenly with your hands.

4

Mix all of the spice ingredients in a bowl to create the rub.

5

Generously apply the rub all over the ribey with your hands. The Worcester sauce will ensure the rub sticks to the meat as well as adding wonderful flavor.

6

Wrap the ribeye and place in the refrigerator for 4 hours or overnight.

THE SMOKING PROCESS
7

Remove the Prime Rib from the refrigerator, unwrap and start getting it to room temperature.

8

Get your smoker going using Pecan, Hickory or Cherry wood. You want the smoker temperature to be at 225 - 250 degrees.

9

Depending on the size of prime rib you are cooking will dictate the time. It can be anywhere from 2 1/2 - 4 hours to cook.

10

Smoke the Prime Rib until the internal temperature is 130 degrees for Rare and 140 degree for Medium Rare.

THE RESTING PROCESS
11

You want to give that Prime Rib some time to allow those juices and flavors to settle in. Remove the Prime Rib from the smoker, wrap in foil and place on the counter 15 - 30 minutes.

Once the resting process has completed, slice and serve!

HORSERADISH CREAM SAUCE
12

Horseradish sauce and Prime Rib go together like Tom and Jerry, so finish this recipe off right!

The Horseradish sauce recipe can be found here: https://flamingroosterbbq.com/dir/horseradish-cream-sauce/

Category, Cooking Method

Ingredients

 Rib Beef Roast / Beef Ribeye Roast
 Wood: Pecan, Hickory or Cherry
PRIME RIB RUB RECIPE
 1 tbsp Cayenne Pepper
 1 tbsp Paprika
 1 tbsp Chili Powder
 1 tbsp Kosher Salt
 5 tbsp Montreal Steak Seasoning
HORSERADISH CREAM SAUCE RECIPE

Directions

1

First, get a nice cut of Beef Ribeye Roast (Prime Rib). Depending on how many people you are serving will dictate the size, but as a good rule of thumb, one beef rib on the beef ribeye will feed 2 people (so if you are having 8 people for dinner, get a 4 rib beef ribeye roast which should weigh 7 - 9 pounds).

THE RUB PROCESS
2

Rinse the ribeye with water and pat dry.

3

Place the ribey on a cookie sheet. Generously apply the Worcester Sauce all over the ribeye, applying it evenly with your hands.

4

Mix all of the spice ingredients in a bowl to create the rub.

5

Generously apply the rub all over the ribey with your hands. The Worcester sauce will ensure the rub sticks to the meat as well as adding wonderful flavor.

6

Wrap the ribeye and place in the refrigerator for 4 hours or overnight.

THE SMOKING PROCESS
7

Remove the Prime Rib from the refrigerator, unwrap and start getting it to room temperature.

8

Get your smoker going using Pecan, Hickory or Cherry wood. You want the smoker temperature to be at 225 - 250 degrees.

9

Depending on the size of prime rib you are cooking will dictate the time. It can be anywhere from 2 1/2 - 4 hours to cook.

10

Smoke the Prime Rib until the internal temperature is 130 degrees for Rare and 140 degree for Medium Rare.

THE RESTING PROCESS
11

You want to give that Prime Rib some time to allow those juices and flavors to settle in. Remove the Prime Rib from the smoker, wrap in foil and place on the counter 15 - 30 minutes.

Once the resting process has completed, slice and serve!

HORSERADISH CREAM SAUCE
12

Horseradish sauce and Prime Rib go together like Tom and Jerry, so finish this recipe off right!

The Horseradish sauce recipe can be found here: https://flamingroosterbbq.com/dir/horseradish-cream-sauce/

Flaming Rooster Smoked Prime Rib Recipe
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