Many red meat lovers will declare their appreciation for a juicy slice of prime rib coated in a tasty rub. Prepackaged meat rubs can be purchased at gourmet food and grocery stores and run the gamut in ingredients, including brandy and garlic and even coffee and brown sugar. Making a homemade rub can take a matter of minutes and adds a new dimension of flavor to your prime rib.
Combine all of the ingredients in the bowl.
Mix the ingredients so that the spices and oil are thoroughly combined.
Rub the mixture into your prime rib, taking care to cover the entire surface of the meat. Cook as directed.
Sarah Dixon began her professional writing career in 2007. She has been published in "In Good Company," "The Silver Quill," "CHARISM Connection" and on rasmussen.edu. She has her B.A. in health care administration from Concordia College and her M.B.A. from North Dakota State University.