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thirdeye 12-08-2011 05:42 PM

Deep Fried Prime Rib Recipes Needed
I've had it several times..... and had a good recipe from an oilfield service company caterer, but can't put my finger on it. Can anyone help me out? My buddy wants to do a smoked one and a deep fried one for X-Mas.

tish 12-08-2011 05:57 PM

Here ya go:

1 Prime Rib or large cut of beef
3 gallons peanut oil
1 turkey pot with hook and stand or boiling basket
2 tsp ground rosemary or freshly chopped fresh rosemary
2 tsp kosher salt
2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
paper towels or bread slices
1 long slim knife, like a fillet knife
The night before you plan to serve your priime rib mix salt, pepper and rosemary and rub the meat with it liberaly. Cover the meat and place it in the refrigerator over night. The roast needs to come to room temperature before frying so remember to remover from refrigerator around an hour to an hour and a half before frying.

Heat 3 gallons of peanut oil to 360 degrees Fahrenheit.

Slowly lower the prime rib into 360 degree oil. You can expect the oil to drop in temperature quickly, probably down to approx. 325, turn the heat up on the burner to bring back up to 350, then level off temperature.Cook the prime for 3 minutes per pound of weight for medium rare steaks. 4 minutes per pound for Medium.

Carefully remove from hot oil let rest for 10 minutes, (Try using sliced bread to drain on vs. paper towels) slice and serve.

boogiesnap 12-08-2011 06:38 PM

Whoa. Never saw that one coming...

Might need to gear up! Thanks guys.

Bonewagon 12-08-2011 07:35 PM

Never heard of this 'till now. Sounds great.

yelonutz 12-08-2011 08:38 PM

My FIL went to some place in Branson and had fried steak. He say that they impaled one on each tine of a hay fork (like a pitch fork) then lowered all four or five into the oil. He said it was one the best steaks he has ever had (Note: He loves Chilis ribs).


Hoss 12-08-2011 11:54 PM

ONE of the VERY FEW times I've been SPEACHLESS! :shocked:

tortaboy 12-09-2011 12:01 AM


Originally Posted by Hoss (Post 1874839)
ONE of the VERY FEW times I've been SPEACHLESS! :shocked:

A lot of us like Chili's ribs:becky::becky::becky:

Midnight Smoke 12-09-2011 12:05 AM

Never thought, saved that recipe. Thanks!

DIRTYBIRDZ 12-09-2011 12:12 AM

This looks great! Can't wait to try this.

Frankbbq 12-09-2011 12:29 AM

Trail chuck wagon cooking included a lot of deep fried meat. People deep fry everything from ribs to twinkies. I like to start cooking with the oil around 375f and keep it around 350f when the meat is in. Most meats start to float when they are done. Pull a prime rib before it floats for rare. Make sure that all water is removed from the meat before it hits the hot oil.

Grillman 12-09-2011 04:13 AM

Sounds kind of like Fondu....on a large scale.....and that's a good thing.

SmokinAussie 12-09-2011 05:14 AM

If it was not you ThirdEye, posting this I'd have not even, looked at this thread.

Farkin' FRIED Prime Rib???:crazy:

Why the fark would you do that to such a top cut! :shocked:

Now I might have to try it. That's if I can find a big enough vessel...



Norm 12-09-2011 07:22 AM

It's a new one for me too. If you are able to get some pics that would be awesome.

DaChief 12-09-2011 08:27 AM

Now I gotta start hitting that search function. I love my Prime Rib and I love deep fried Turkey but I got to admit, the thought of a deep fried Prime Rib has never even entered my pea picking mind :shock:

boogiesnap 12-09-2011 09:07 AM

do you think it could be given a little smoke on the cooker and THEN deep fried to finish?

anybody try this with turkey?

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