Prime Rib for tailgatingPosted on: April 29, 2017
Prime Rib (tailgating for the football season)
2 bone-in (2 1/2 lbs) Prime Rib
Fresh: Chopped Basil, Rosemary
Dry: Thyme and Basil
On the aluminum foil, lay the seasoning including chopped garlic, basil, rosemary, thyme and dry basil, Italian seasoning and chili powder. Take your Prime Rib and spread olive oil on the surface. Roll the Prime Rib in the seasonings until it is coated completely, then take yellow mustard and completely cover the entire Prime Rib. Set the Prime Rib in a Dutch oven insert with the bone side down. Cook with 16 coals on top and 8 coals on the bottom, you need to cook 25 minute for every pound of the Prime Rib, so if you have a 2 1/2 lbs Prime Rib the cooking time will be approximately 62 minutes. The meat should just fall off the bone with a fork! Enjoy!!!
This recipe will blow people's minds. Prime Rib in the parking lot of a game or race!!! As you can tell there is not a lot of ingredients and the best part of this recipe is that you can prepare it at home, wrap it up and then head to the game with everything ready for coking. So when you get to the game or race all you have to do is get the coals ready and have your Dutch oven handy and you are ready to rock'n roll!!!
When this Prime Rib cooks up it's going to make it's own sauce and you don't want to miss out on the flavors so have a nice sour dough crispy bread to soak up the deliciousness! You can also make Prime Rib sandwiches if you bring some creamy horseradish sauce and some Aus Jus dipping juice. You will be the king of the parking lot if people smell the meat and sauce that comes from this amazing recipe!!!