Rotisserie Prime Rib

A rotisserie is not just for whole chickens. There are many things you can grill to perfection with its help. From turkeys to roasts and everything in between, try it out to see what a difference it can make. Check out this video to learn how to utilize the rotisserie for a prime rib. Once you taste the end result, you’ll be planning what to cook on it next! 

What are your thoughts? (1)

11.01.14

Soheil A

I am planning on using the rotisserie to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving. I have a Genesis 330.
Are the following steps correct?

1. Remove the cooking grates.
2. Preheat the grill to 500 degrees for 10 minutes
3. Lower the heat to medium for the outside burners and turn off the middle burner.
4. Place a foil pan over the Flavorizer bars.
5. Cooking time is 13 minutes per pound.

11.01.14

Kevin Kolman

Hi Soheil,

Your steps are correct. Here are a couple other tips to help you out.

1. Make sure you truss the turkey before you place it on the rotisserie spit. This will help it rotate smoothly throughout the cooking process.
2. Set the burner in the middle somewhere between medium and low. You want to maintain a temperature around 325-350.
3. Try placing two foil pans on the Flavorizer bars for added stability.
4. Try aiming for more like 11 minutes per pound.

I hope all of this helps. Enjoy your turkey!

Happy Grilling!
-Kevin