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Sweet & Spicy St. Louis Ribs

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Sweet & Spicy St. Louis Ribs
alarm
Total Time:
5 hrs 0 mins
school
Skill Level:
Intermediate
restaurant_menu
Servings:
2 Servings

Ingredients


Product ImageFresh Pork St. Louis Style Spareribs
2 cup(s)
Your favorite barbecue sauce
2 cup(s)
1/2 cup(s)
Light brown sugar
1/2 cup(s)
1/2 cup(s)
Kosher salt
1/2 cup(s)
1/4 cup(s)
Paprika
1/4 cup(s)
2 Tbsp.
Chili powder
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
Black pepper
2 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
Onion powder
1 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
Garlic powder
1 Tbsp.
1 Tsp.
Ground allspice
1 Tsp.
1/4 Tsp.
Ground cinnamon
1/4 Tsp.
1/8 Tsp.
Ground cloves
1/8 Tsp.
2
Racks Smithfield St. Louis Style Ribs, membrane removed
2
1
Handful hickory or apple wood chips for smoking, soaked in water and drained (optional)
1

Directions


  1. About 1 hour before smoking, make the dry rub. Combine all rub ingredients in small bowl; mix well. Generously coat both sides of ribs with rub. Set aside at room temperature for 1 hour.

  2. Heat charcoal or gas grill for indirect cooking at 275oF. Add drained wood chips, if using.

  3. Place the ribs, meaty side up, over a drip pan and cook for 2 hours. Add about 12 coals to a charcoal grill every 45 minutes or so to maintain the heat.

  4. Remove ribs from grill. Double-wrap each rack in heavy-duty aluminum foil. Return wrapped ribs to the grill and cook for 2 hours more over indirect heat, until very tender. Add more coals as needed to maintain temperature for a charcoal grill.

  5. Remove ribs from grill and unwrap. Place ribs over direct heat on grill and brush with barbecue sauce. Cook for about 5 minutes until the sauce is set. Turn ribs and repeat with more sauce.

  6. Serve ribs with remaining barbecue sauce.

For the Love of Meat

Ingredients


2 cup(s)
Your favorite barbecue sauce
2 cup(s)
1/2 cup(s)
Light brown sugar
1/2 cup(s)
1/2 cup(s)
Kosher salt
1/2 cup(s)
1/4 cup(s)
Paprika
1/4 cup(s)
2 Tbsp.
Chili powder
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
Black pepper
2 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
Onion powder
1 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
Garlic powder
1 Tbsp.
1 Tsp.
Ground allspice
1 Tsp.
1/4 Tsp.
Ground cinnamon
1/4 Tsp.
1/8 Tsp.
Ground cloves
1/8 Tsp.
2
Racks Smithfield St. Louis Style Ribs, membrane removed
2
1
Handful hickory or apple wood chips for smoking, soaked in water and drained (optional)
1

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