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Unread 12-07-2013, 12:28 PM   #1
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Default In need of Prime Rib Rub Recipe

A friend is cooking a prime rib and needs a rub recipe. Who has a good one that is not overly complicated?
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One of my favorites is salt, pepper and parsley. Almost everyone has the first two ingredients.
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I use Meatheads prime rib rub.

http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/r...cow_crust.html
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By weight

1 part salt
1 part course ground pepper
1/4 part granulated garlic powder
1/4 part lowery's season salt
1/2 part fresh finely chopped rosemary
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McCormick Monteal Steak Seasoning.
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Prime rib does not need a lot of fancy marinades or rubs IMO. The meat speaks for itself. A simple rub of salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and maybe some thyme or oregano. I have added some dry mustard in the past as well. The recipe by aawa follows the same principle and looks good.
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Prime rib does not need a lot of fancy marinades or rubs IMO. The meat speaks for itself. A simple rub of salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and maybe some thyme or oregano. I have added some dry mustard in the past as well. The recipe by aawa follows the same principle and looks good.
I prefer simple rubs that really let the flavor of great cuts of meats come through. If I am shelling out some money for Prime Rib, i want the taste to be of high quality beef with the herbs/spices as the harmony as opposed to the opposite.
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salt and pepper.
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I normally use salt and ground black pepper with a little fresh rosemary. Last one I cooked was a 4 bone roast and I used Dizzy Pig's "Raising the Steaks" and it was great as well.
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A friend is cooking a prime rib and needs a rub recipe. Who has a good one that is not overly complicated?
A bag of Oakridge BBQ's Black Ops. Best rub I've ever used on a rib roast. Premade and ready to use.
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^^^ I just got a bag of that last week and was going to try it on a brisket. Maybe I'll throw some on a rib roast as well.
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A bag of Oakridge BBQ's Black Ops. Best rub I've ever used on a rib roast. Premade and ready to use.
I agree. Until I tried Oakridge, my answer would have been just S&P, but I've become very fond of the Oakridge products, especially the Black Ops Brisket Rub or the Santa Maria Rub. You cant go wrong with either on beef!
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Minimal on the rub but always insert many cloves of garlic !
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Keep it simple such as salt and pepper (1 to 1 or 1 to .5) and your favorite herb - don't add too much more due to the quality of meat .... just stay away from those highly processed seasonings in a can such as McCormik's or the like. If you go with a pre-blend make sure the first ingredient isn't sodium and the next some type of preservative....GOOD LUCK!!
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I like to use a little worcestershire sauce, granulated garlic,and Montreal steak seasoning. I usually season mine up 2-3 days ahead of time, wrap in plastic wrap, and massage it every now and then. I make it every year for a family reunion and everyone goes nutso for it, always a big hit.

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