Smoked BBQ Ribs & Tangy Spice Rub is the perfect recipe to pull out at your next big BBQ. It's tender pork ribs rubbed with seasoning and slowly smoked to perfection until they're practically falling off the bone. Then you smother them in your favorite BBQ sauce for a finger-licking meal you'll crave!
1rackSmithfield Extra Tender St. Louis Ribsmembrane removed
1cupBBQ sauce(your favorite)
3tbsplight brown sugar
1 1/2tspgarlic powder
In a bowl, mix together spice rub (brown sugar, paprika, salt, pepper, garlic powder, mustard, onion powder, cayenne). Rub mixture on to both sides of ribs evenly.
Heat coals in grill chimney, and empty them onto one side of the grill only. Place a small tin (oven safe) on the other side to catch the drippings from the ribs.
Place ribs on opposite side of the coals, over the tin. Cover grill and allow to ribs to cook for 2 hours. Then remove ribs from grill and place them on a sheet of aluminum foil, leaving enough foil on the sides to tent the ribs.
Drizzle ribs with honey and apple cider. Place butter on top of ribs. Close foil and place ribs back onto grill for an additional 2 hours, or until meat starts easily separating from the bone.
Remove ribs from foil and place them directly back onto the grill. Cover each side evenly with BBQ sauce, and cook an additional 10 minutes.
*You need a charcoal grill for this recipe. Depending on the size of the grill, you may have to add coals part way through to maintain the heat**If you don't have a charcoal grill, you can light one side of a gas grill only**The grill should maintain a temperature of 225-250F**You're dealing with hot ribs a few times in this recipe, be prepared with oven mitts and a big spatula. You might also want a sheet pan to carry the hot ribs on!**Nutrition Facts May Vary Slightly Depending on BBQ Sauce*