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Favorite Prime Rib Rub

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Jimborn, Dec 23, 2010.

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  1. Jimborn

    Jimborn TS Member

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    What is your favorite rub for your Christmas 15 lb. Rib eye cut of dead cow????
     
  2. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    I always fix them like Booby Flay. Paula Dean has a good recipe also
     
  3. Kevin Fleming

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    butter and sea salt - I don't mess with it much. I do like a little red wine in the au jus, tho. That just made me hungry!
     
  4. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, red wine to deglaze the pan in the au jus is wonderful. I basically just pepper and sea salt it heavily and stick about 5-6 garlic cloves in slits down into the roast but the secret is the cooking temp and letting it sit after. click the link
     
  5. mudbug

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    The best commercial rub (for beef or pork) that I have usd is from

    www.carolinasunshinebbq.com

    lots of good stuff with a great website....... Milt
     
  6. DelarockX

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    Prime rib needs: Salt, tiny bit of pepper, garlic powder. I don't like cutting the roast and pressing garlic cloves.
     
  7. DTrykow

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    Lysander Beef Rub. Best one we've tried. Dave T.
     
  8. lostandout

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    salt pepper garlic and cook low and slow in the brinkman smoke king
     
  9. W.P.T.

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    Canadian Steak Dust, Garlic salt, No Salt seasoning, Paprika ... Rub it until you have it really nice and coated, let it set until it seems to disappear ... Then pop that Baby in the oven and cook until just a little pinkish on the inside and sprinkle with a little sea salt as you eat your way to Heaven ... This is what we are doing on New Years Day ... This is the way I used to make it at the Fire Dept (I was the Official cook) and we never seemed to have a big enough Prime Rib or enough food no matter how big of a meal I set out ... Adds would be Garlic roasted smashed potatoes, mushroom gravy, steamed veggies seasoned with Lemon pepper and butter ... Home made bread and some butter, add a cold long neck in a frosted mug and enjoy ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  10. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    I like a thick slice rubbed between two pieces of marble rye with raw onion and horseradish...make mine extra rare
     
  11. RDM

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    Rustic Rub:

    8 tbl. paprika
    3 tbl. cayenne (I used 1 Tbl)
    5 tbl. pepper
    6 tbl. garlic powder
    3 tbl. onion powder
    6 tbl. salt
    2 1/2 tbl. dried oregano
    2 1/2 tbl. dried thyme
     
  12. kenf

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    Hopefully MIA (Jack) will weigh in here on this. I'm hungry now too.
     
  13. Don Steele

    Don Steele Well-Known Member

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    Black pepper, garlic powder and Kosher salt.
     
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    I use Lawry's and slow smoke them at 225 until they reach about 140 internal temp.
    I dont try and overpower the flavor of the meat with a ton of fancy crap on the outside..
     
  15. JACK

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    Kenf. Thanks for remembering. too late now to dry age the roast, but I will paste up my recipe overnight.
     
  16. kenf

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    Thanks Jack,

    I'm trying to shed a few right now, but I can still remember the pics of your rib in the pan. Oh man. I need to try that this winter.
     
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