Monday, May 31, 2010

Fall of the Bone BBQ Ribs

Honey BBQ Ribs

Serves 2-3

For Gas Grill

By Bren McRae


2-2 ½ pounds of Baby Back Ribs

3 cups of hickory wood chips ( Also need two sheets of tin foil)

2 tablespoons of olive oil

1 teaspoon onion powder

1 teaspoon of Garlic Salt.

1 teaspoon of Salt

¼ teaspoon of cayenne pepper

¼ cup apple vinegar (White vinegar works well to)

1 Bottle of your favorite bbq sauce. (Recommend Tony Romas honey bbq)


Mix the Onion powder, Garlic salt, Salt and cayenne pepper together in a bowl. Boil water; add ribs, half of the seasoning and the vinegar. Boil the ribs for 25-30 minutes until meet is tender. While the ribs are boiling you will need to wrap the wood chips in two separate tin foil wraps and leave the ends open to let the smoke out, make sure you only use one layer of tin foil. Lift up the cooking grate in your grill and place the tin foil wraps on both sides of the grill directly on the heat source. Put the grate back on and fire up the grill on high. In about 15 minutes you should start seeing smoke. This should be about the same time your ribs are done boiling. Before grilling the ribs, brush the olive oil on both sides and then do the same with the remaining seasonings. Turn the grill down to medium heat and grill the bone side down for 15 minutes. The last five minutes generously brush on the bbq sauce.

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