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Rotisserie Grilling 101
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Rotisserie Grilling - Prime Rib Roast Recipe

Rotisserie grilling is an excellent way of enjoying flavorful and aromatic recipes. To begin, you will need a grill complete with a rotisserie attachment, spit forks, heavy butcher’s twine, heatproof gloves and something to place on your rotisserie.

Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time1 hr 15 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Rotisserie Grilling
Servings: 1
Calories: 290kcal

Equipment

  • A big cutting board
  • A drip pan
  • A long, thin knife

Ingredients

  • One four to five-pound bone-in rib roast

  • One tablespoon sea salt

  • One and one-half teaspoons black pepper

  • Four minced cloves of garlic

  • Two teaspoons onion powder

  • One-half tablespoon dried oregano

  • One-third cup olive oil

  • One and one-half teaspoons apple cider vinegar

  • One teaspoon mustard powder

  • Two teaspoons dried thyme

  • One teaspoon chili powder

  • One teaspoon dried tarragon

Instructions

  • Place your roast onto a big cutting board.

  • Mix all of the ingredients together and cover the entire roast.

  • The meat must be well coated.

  • Make sure it is well coated.

  • Follow the above instructions for preparing your rotisserie.

  • The roast must be placed with the bone side down.

  • Find the center of the roast by lifting the ends and rotating the meat

  • Cut through the center from one end to the other using a long, thin knife.

  • Place your rotisserie skewer into the hole and slide it through the roast.

  • Use rotisseries forks to loosely secure the roast.

  • Once you have placed your roast onto the grill and adjusted the meat to the center, you can tighten the forks. 

  • Take the roast off the grill so you can preheat. You will be using a high temperature.

  • Place your drip pan beneath where the meat will be cooking.

  • You can save the juices to make gravy later.

  • Put your roast back onto the grill using heat-resistant gloves.

  • Cook the roast on high for twenty minutes then decrease the temperature to medium-low.

  • Your roast needs to cook for about four hours or until the internal temperature is 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Take the meat off the grill and remove the rotisserie rod.

  • Cover the roast with aluminum foil and let it rest for fifteen to twenty minutes.

  • Care your prime rib roast, put it on a platter, serve it and get ready for a lot of compliments.

Nutrition

Serving: 85g | Calories: 290kcal