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crust on prime rib

ghheath

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I'm doing a prime rib and want to put a horseradish crust on it. Should I put the horseradish on and sear or start on high on the smoker for a while before turning the temp down?

Thanks in advance and happy new year.
 

oldsmokerdude

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I've only done this once a while back, but I would put the horseradish on then smoke at 250 until done (120 - 130). Optionally, you could crank the heat to 500 once the IT gets to about 115, but be careful not to overcook.
 

CFLJOHN512

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Speaking from experience, the horseradish seems to get very bitter when smoked/cooked with high heat for a sear. I’d just make a sour cream mixture for after it’s finished.
 

PulledPorkSandwich

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I just made a prime rib for Christmas day and it came out very good, with a crisp, flavorful crust. I mostly followed Meathead's recipe. I smoked the roast in my Smokin-it until the internal temperature reached 115, then I "reverse seared" it in a cast iron pan on the stove in the house, (and filled the house with smoke!), then finally returned it to the smoker until the internal temperature reached 135.
 

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