Everyone loves to do barbeque parties, even at our backyard patio. It was one of the perfect dinners for winters if a massive piece of rib roast cooked perfectly. It makes your holiday best along with your friends and family members; you can enjoy this eve with scrumptious food out there that delicious browned crust roast, the rosy-pink texture inside, with tender interior flecked along with fat and filled with juiciness, yum. And then there are a few bites that come from the ribeye cap and chunks of fat. No doubt these are the best bites ever. That meat is specifically tender, juicier, has lossly texture, and has few notches of textures. If you plan to make a rib roast, wouldn’t you make the whole roast just from the cap?
To plan a barbeque even when you didn’t do any preparation. A few years back, when I visited my uncle’s house, we planned to order from a famous BBQ chain Mighty Quinn’s, out there. He ordered one unique item named Brontosaurus rib, which seems new to me. Of course, it developed my interest to think dinosaurs were extinct. When I saw that, it was a giant beef rib. It was big enough to be eaten by two to three persons quickly. As it was fully tendered and flavored. I knew it would become a top item on my barbeque list when I dine out. So one day, I tried to make it at my own barbeque, so it turned out amazing.
As some people say, the ribeye cap is the king of steaks or a jewel in its crown. This is not readily available at a local steak house, but if you are lucky enough, it ranks at the top. Perhaps it is a precious cut of meat from the whole cow, which is more tender and juicier. In this blog, you’ll learn how to make beef Brontosaurus rib roast from ribeye cap on your beautiful outdoor patio. To know further about this amazing cut, how to cook it properly and which temp is appropriate to make it more tender and juicier.