These turned out fantastic! They were tender, flavorful, smoky…everything you want out of bbq.
By Abby Himes
These turned out fantastic! They were tender, flavorful, smoky…everything you want out of bbq. I think my guy is hooked too, I heard him muttering something about apple juice next time.
- 2 racks beef or pork ribs
- BBQ Seasoning Rub
- BBQ Sauce
- plastic wrap
- aluminum foil
- vegetable oil
- Prepare the ribs by turning them meat side down, and cutting into the "silvery membrane" that covers the bone side. Peel it away and remove it completely - discard.
- Sprinkle generously, coating the meat side with the bbq seasoning rub and wrap tightly in plastic wrap. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight.
- Preheat your gas grill to 300 degrees F. (This can be done in an oven as well set oven temp to 350 degrees F.)
- Lay out a large piece of foil, big enough for the ribs to sit on, and lightly brush it with oil so that they won't stick. Remove the ribs from the plastic wrap and set bone side down on the foil. Grill for about an hour and a half, checking every now and then. (Make sure the ribs aren't directly over the the flame/burner)
- Around 2 hours in, brush the tops with your favorite bbq sauce. Finish grilling another 30-45 minutes, until cooked through and a deep brown color. Serve with extra sauce and enjoy!
Abby can be found cruising her local farmer's market and co-op looking for fresh, new, flavors and sustainable options. She sees food as an adventure, and is always excited to try something new. Abby is also the creator and voice behind the food blog, Seaweed & Sassafras.