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Prime Rib & Beans

Updated: Jan 16

Prime Ribs with Green Beans
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Nothing says indulgence quite like a perfectly cooked prime rib. As health influencers, my twin and I believe that healthy living is all about balance, and that includes enjoying classic dishes like this one.

To make our prime rib dinner, we like to keep it simple by seasoning the meat with salt, pepper, and some herbs, then cooking it to a perfect medium-rare. We love to serve it with a side of green beans, which add a pop of color and nutrients to the plate. Green beans are the perfect accompaniment to the rich and savory prime rib.

If you're interested in trying out more of our recipes, we've recently published a cookbook that's available on Amazon. Cooking with my twin has been one of the greatest joys in my life, and we're so excited to share our favorite recipes with you. From healthy breakfast ideas to indulgent dinners like this one, our cookbook has something for everyone.

So why not grab a copy and try making this prime rib with green beans recipe for your next special occasion? Cooking with loved ones is not only a great way to bond and create memories, but it's also a fun and satisfying way to nourish your body and soul.


  1. 1, 3 pound standing beef rib roast

  2. 1/2 teaspoon salt

  3. 1 Tablespoon basil leaves

  4. 1 Tablespoon oregano

  5. 1 Tablespoon garlic powder

  6. 1 teaspoon onion powder

  7. 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper

  8. 1 Tablespoon of olive oil

  9. 12 cups green beans

  10. 2 cups water

  11. 1 Tablespoon Lawry's Seasoned Salt


n a small bowl, combine salt, basil leaves, oregano, garlic powder, onion, powder, and ground black pepper to make the rub for the prime rib. Spread the olive oil all over the beef rib roast. This oil will make the seasoning stick. Sprinkle the seasoning all over the rib roast.

Put the rib roast on the grill at 300 degrees. Take the meat off the grill when its internal temperature reaches 140 degrees, which should take about one hour. Let the meat sit for about 30 minutes. While the meat is resting, pour the green beans into a pot. Add water and sprinkle Lawry's Seasoning Salt. Let the green beans simmer on the stove for about 30 minutes while the rib roast sits, then remove the pot from the heat. Trim the fat from the prime rib, and remove the bone before serving it with the green beans. Enjoy!


Green beans are high in vitamin K and even have a decent amount of calcium. This delicious and nutritious vegetable adds plenty of vitamins to your diet and many other health benefits.

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