How To Cook A Rib Eye Roast On The Grill

How To Cook A Rib Eye Roast On The Grill? Professional Tips

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Are you ready to get your grill on? Cooking a delicious rib eye roast on the grill can be a fun and rewarding experience, but it takes some practice to get things right. Whether you’re an experienced backyard griller or just getting started, this guide will teach you how to cook a rib eye roast on the grill. From selecting the best cut of meat to seasoning it properly and grilling like a pro, we’ll share all of our tips for crafting mouth-watering steaks that are sure to impress. So grab your tongs, preheat the grill – let’s start cooking.


Rib Eye Roast

Let’s single out the perfect cut of meat for summertime grilling – a boneless rib eye roast. This luxurious, beefy roast takes beautifully to the high, dry heat of the grill, developing a deeply caramelized, crunchy crust while the interior stays pink and juicy.

Ditch the oven and enjoy show-stopping grilled roasts even in summer by following this simple technique. We’ll walk through everything from choosing the right size roast, applying flavorful spice rubs, mastering indirect grill heat, and determining doneness based on temperature. Grill-roasted beef makes for impressive centerpiece meals with minimal effort.


  • 1 Meyer Ribeye Roast (size mentioned in original article)
  • 1 tbsp balsamic vinaigrette (or preferred store-bought brand)
  • Salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika (to taste)

Cooking Instructions

Prep and Season

  • Remove roast from fridge and set on counter. Light grill to high heat.
  • While grill heats, rub both sides generously with vinaigrette.
  • Season liberally with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and smoked paprika.

Grill on Indirect Heat

  • Turn off burner under chosen area of the grill.
  • Place seasoned roast on hot rack over the unlit burner.
  • Close lid and sear for 5 minutes.
  • Flip roast, close lid, and cook for 20-minute intervals.

Check for Doneness and Rest

  • After 1 hour, use a meat thermometer inserted in the thickest part to check internal temperature:
Doneness Minimum Temperature
Rare 125°F
Medium-rare 135°F
  • Adjust cooking time if needed.
  • Once desired doneness is reached, remove roast from grill.
  • Tent with foil and a clean towel (foil first) for 5 minutes to allow juices to redistribute.

Serve and Enjoy

  • Slice the rested roast and serve.
  • Consider side dishes like roasted vegetables or mashed potatoes.

Additional Notes

  • Cooking time may vary depending on roast size and desired doneness.
  • Always practice proper food safety when handling and cooking meat.

Optional Enhancements

  • Explore different marinades or spice rubs to customize the flavor.
  • Grill vegetables alongside the roast for a complete meal.

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Grilling ribeye roast may seem intimidating, but this simple technique delivers incredible results with minimal effort. By seasoning well, using indirect heat, and monitoring temperature, you can achieve a perfectly cooked roast with a savory crust and tender, juicy interior. Grilled beef makes for unforgettable summer meals. Experiment with different rubs and vegetable sides until you find your favorite roast recipe. With a little practice, you’ll be able to impress guests with these restaurant-quality grilled ribeyes all season long.

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