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You’ve grilled sirloins before, you’ve grilled Ribeyes, you may even have tried your hand at the mighty Tomahawk—but have you ever attempted to grill a prime rib?
We hear from steak lovers and grillmasters all the time who are hesitant to throw this particular cut onto the grill; for whatever reason—perhaps its heftiness, perhaps its status as a truly special cut of beef—the prime rib can be a little daunting. Even experienced grillers question whether they can pull it off without messing it up.
The truth of the matter is that, by and large, you can perfect your prime rib by using the same strategies you use for your other cuts of beef. Fuego Diablo has offered some grilling basics before, and most of them are applicable here.
With that said, the prime rib is a unique cut of beef, and that uniqueness brings with it some caveats and some special considerations.
As you seek to perfect your prime rib, keep the following tips in mind:
Beyond that: Just follow your ritual, whatever it entails. Season with salt and pepper, maybe a bit of garlic. Don’t poke or prod too much. And enjoy. Prime rib offers a singular steak experience—so don’t forget to simply indulge.