2 hours 10 mins
We think that the perfect prime rib is created by cooking a rib roast in a smoker. We’re confident that you once try a smoky, slow roasted prime rib, you’ll agree that it is without a doubt the best!
Season your prime rib generously, preferable the night before cooking
On your day of smoking, start by getting your smoker to a temperature of 225 degrees fahrenheit.
While your smoker is getting up to temperature, take your prime rib out of the fridge and sear the beef on all sides using grapeseed oil.
Once your prime rib has been seared on each side, let the roast rest for 5 minutes prior to placing it in the smoker
Place the prime rib roast directly on the grill grate, fat cap up. We love our smoked prime rib medium rare, so we pull it off the smoker when it reaches an internal temperature of 125 degrees fahrenheit