Elevate your next special occasion by indulging in the best, perfectly cooked prime rib recipes. From the rich and smoky flavor of our Meat Church Prime rib to the extravagant Herb-Crusted Prime Rib with Au Jus, each recipe is a symphony of wood-fired goodness that will make your next special occasion a hit.
Dive into your culinary journey with this slow-smoked prime rib, where Traeger's wood-fired magic infuses every fiber of the meat. Seasoned with simple herbs and then smoked over our mild pecan pellets, this prime rib recipe will easily impress.
For a robust and hearty experience, the hickory-smoked prime rib is a must-try. The bold hickory infusion adds a distinct and savory twist to the classic prime rib, ensuring each slice is packed with an irresistible depth of flavor.
If you want a recipe that combines prime rib's rich taste with mesquite's bold flavor, try out Matt Pittman’s bold prime rib recipe. His secret to his flavorful prime rib? Slathering the cooked prime rib with butter for maximum flavor.
The best pairing for prime rib? A homemade au jus. Learn how to slow roast your prime rib for optimum flavor, and how to make a tasty au jus to pair with it.
Need a main for your holiday table? Consider Traeger’s signature prime rib recipe. Start by seasoning your roast with our Prime Rib Rub a day beforehand to make it packed with flavor before throwing it on the grill the next day. Then, you will cook it fat side up for a delectably crisp crust.
Whoever said they didn’t like garlic has clearly never tried this garlic and herb prime rib. To create this bold flavor, marinate the roast in a mix of garlic, red wine vinegar, parsley, rosemary, and olive oil before roasting.
For a juicy, delicious, and savory prime rib, coat it in a salt crust. Not only will this add delicious flavor to your meat, but it will trap the heat keeping it moist while it cooks on your pellet grill. Learn how to best do it on your Traeger in this recipe. Need more convincing about how tasty this prime rib is? Take a look at this review:
“Wow! I was apprehensive about making it for fear it would not turn out well.... Boy was I wrong! Follow the recipe and use all fresh ingredients and you will put this on your favorite list too!”
From the queen of BBQ comes a flavorful prime rib coated in fresh rosemary and parsley, minced garlic, Dijon mustard, salt, and pepper. These tantalizing herbs form a flavorful crust on the prime rib, transforming it into a culinary work of art that demands attention.
“This recipe came out perfect and the meat was outstanding!”
When it comes to cooking an outstanding prime rib, sometimes simplicity is key For this rib roast, cover your meat in a blend of herbs and start cooking it on high heat to brown the outside and then finish it low and slow for the most tender results.
Tim Hollingsworth gives his prime rib some French flair with a coating of tangy Dijon mustard and a sprinkling of herbs de Provence. For best results, roast your prime rib fat side up before carving and serving it to your guests.
Now that you’ve checked out our best prime rib recipes, here is a quick look at how you can cook it on your Traeger grill. Remember though, every recipe is unique with varying temperatures for cooking so make sure read over your specific recipe before you get cooking.
Now that you have the best prime rib recipes and techniques, get to Traegering.
The right sides can make or break a meal. We recommend serving at least one carb and one vegetable with a smoked prime rib dinner. Here are a few of our favorite sides for smoked prime rib.
Cheesy, creamy and cherry wood-smoked, these potatoes are oozing with savory flavor. Scalloped potatoes are layered high with a cheddar cream sauce in classic cast iron skillet and baked to bubbly perfection.
Who says cauliflower has to be bland and boring? Our simple recipe will show you just how tasty this veggie can be.
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