Prime rib is cut from the cow’s ribs, the sixth rib through the twelfth rib, to be precise. While most people don’t automatically think of throwing a cut of Prime Rib on the grill, it can be done…and done well. For best results after you’ve finished grilling your Prime Rib, put it on a platter, cover it in foil, and let it set for about 15 to 30 minutes.
Characteristics of Prime Rib include:
•Prime Rib is usually full of flavor.
•Prime Rib can be gristly.
Grilling time for Prime Rib: Approximately 12 to 14 minutes per pound on low heat (so a 10-pound roast would take about 2 hours). Be sure to use a meat thermometer to test when your Prime Rib is done, and take it off the grill when it reaches 115 to 125 degrees.
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