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Unread 01-19-2013, 08:02 AM   #1
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Hello Everyone,

My wife received a precooked prime rib roast from work and it has been in the freezer for a couple of months now. The label says it is enhanced with up to 10% solution.

I was wondering if this roast would benefit from being smoked in the new UDS or just heat it up and eat it up.

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I regularly smoke precooked hams and like the extra flavor. I don't see why a a precooked prime rib would be any different.

Go for it and let us know how it works.
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Thanks HankB,

It has been thawing for the last few days, so I'll get a fire going (after I shovel the snow from around the UDS) and see how it works out.
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Precooked prime rib? Any reheating instructions on it? I can't see where it would hurt to add a little smoke. Like Hank, I heat up precooked hams in the Egg for that little extra flavor.
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Precooked prime rib? Any reheating instructions on it? I can't see where it would hurt to add a little smoke. Like Hank, I heat up precooked hams in the Egg for that little extra flavor.

Instructions say 275 deg oven for two hours or until internal temp. is 95-110 degrees. Let stand for 15 min. slice and serve.

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I'd just follow the instructions and replace oven with smoker.
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I'd just follow the instructions and replace oven with smoker.
Sounds like a plan.

Chimney's about ready to dump, I'll cook a fatty and wait till closer to supper time to put on the roast.

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never heard of a pre-cooked prime rib, but in the past when I have had left overs at the rest I sliced up, placed in HOT au-juis and flashed on the grill...
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The prime rib roast turned out well, a hint of smoke flavor and nice and tender.

Thanks to all for your help.

Here's a look at the finished product.

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