Prime rib is a classic and indulgent cut of beef that is perfect for special occasions and gatherings. In this recipe, we'll take it up a notch by dry brining the prime rib with a light dusting of Moo Magic Marinade, followed by seasoning it with a combination of Griller SPG and Thriller SOB beef rub for a delicious and bold flavor profile. We'll then guide you through the grilling process and show you how to serve it with a homemade au jus made with Wickers Black Label Marinade, beef broth, and butter. Get ready to impress your guests with this mouthwatering prime rib recipe!
Mouthwatering Prime Rib Recipe with Homemade Au Jus
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This mouthwatering prime rib recipe will impress your guests with its succulent flavors and tender texture. The combination of dry brining, seasoning with Griller SPG and Thriller SOB beef rub, and basting with melted butter during grilling ensures a delicious and juicy prime rib every time. Serve it with the homemade au jus made with Wickers Black Label Marinade, beef broth, and butter for a complete and delectable dining experience. Enjoy!
- 1 prime rib roast (choose the desired size according to your needs)
- Moo Magic Marinade (for dry brining)
- Griller SPG (for base seasoning)
Thriller SOB beef rub or your favorite beef rub
- Melted butter (for basting)
- Wickers Black Label Marinade (for au jus)
- Beef broth
- Butter (for au jus)
- Salt and pepper (to taste)
- Dry Brine the Prime Rib:
- Place the prime rib on a baking sheet or dish. Lightly dust the prime rib with Moo Magic Marinade, ensuring it's evenly coated. Place the prime rib in the refrigerator and let it set for at least 2 hours. This will allow the flavors to penetrate the meat and enhance its tenderness. Season the Prime Rib:
- Preheat your grill to medium heat if using lump charcoal, or set your pellet grill to 350 degrees. Remove the prime rib from the refrigerator and season it with a generous base layer of Griller SPG, ensuring all sides are coated. Add a layer of Thriller SOB beef rub on top of the Griller SPG to add a depth of peppery goodness. Gently rub the seasonings into the meat to ensure they adhere properly. Grill the Prime Rib:
- Place the seasoned prime rib on the grill, fat-side up. Close the lid and cook the prime rib, basting it every 30 minutes with melted butter to keep it moist and add extra flavor. Cook the prime rib until it reaches your desired level of doneness. Use a meat thermometer to ensure accurate cooking: For rare: 120-125°F (49-52°C) For medium-rare: 130-135°F (54-57°C) For medium: 140-145°F (60-63°C) Adjust the cooking time accordingly, as it may vary depending on the size of the prime rib. Rest, Slice, and Serve:
- Once cooked, remove the prime rib from the grill and let it rest for at least 15-20 minutes. This allows the juices to redistribute, resulting in a more tender and flavorful meat. Slice the prime rib into thick, juicy portions.
Serve the prime rib with a homemade au jus made by combining Wickers Black Label Marinade, beef broth, and butter in a saucepan. If you want even more intense flavor add the drippings from the prime RibHeat the mixture over medium heat until it simmers, and let it cook for a few minutes to meld the flavors. Season the au jus with salt and pepper to taste. Pour the homemade au jus over the sliced prime rib or serve it on the side for dipping.