Smoken Baby Back Ribs

Todd Fredrickson

By
@Smoken

If you like to grill and use some good smoke this is a recipe for you. Finger lickin good ,,, enjoy


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Rating:
★★★★★ 1 vote
Serves:
2
Prep:
40 Min
Cook:
4 Hr
Method:
Grill

Ingredients

1/2 c
dark brown sugar
1 Tbsp
seasoning salt
1 Tbsp
cracked black pepper
1 Tbsp
pecan or cherry seasoning
1
rack of ribs
1 qt
apple juice
1/2 c
honey
1/2 c
your favorite barbecue sauce

Step-By-Step

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1Start your grill, you want a temp of 250 - 275 and you want to use indirict heat when grillen.

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2While your getting temp on your grill you want to get your ribs ready, you want to dry off the ribs

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3In a bowl add your dark brown sugar and cracked pepper and seasoning salt and peacan or cherry rub seasoning, mix well.

4On a cookie sheet or a cutting board place the rack of ribs, now start to put mixture on the ribs,, I like to pile it on.

5If you have a smoker or a chip box, right before you put the ribs on you can put the wood in. I like to use apple and cherry and some grape vine to do my smoke. If you do not have a smoke box you can use some heavey duty foil and make a box for the wood chips to go into..

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6If you have a rib rack with a drip pan or you can just put on grill, if you have a rack and pan, foil the pan and put 1/2 in of apple jucie in the bottom.

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7You want to keep temp around 250 -275 and you want to spray the ribs about every 15 min. with apple juice.

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8I like to keep them on about 2 1/2 - 3 hrs. but you need to watch if they start to get over brown on edges.

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9When they are done , take off and put on large piece of foil, shiny side out. Then brush with honey and then with your barbecue sauce.

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10Now seal your edges of the foil tight to the ribs. And drop the temp in the grill to 200 for 1 hr

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pork, Ribs
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American