BBQ Smoked Baby Back Ribs are lip-smacking, finger-licking good smoked ribs! A homemade seasoning blend is generously rubbed all over the ribs and they are smoked low and slow until they are fall-off-the-bone tender. Just when you think that these ribs can’t get any better, they are coated with bbq sauce and put straight onto the grill grate to get sticky and caramelized. Each bite is pure meat-lover’s heaven.
I know that smoking your own ribs can seem like a daunting task, so let’s break it down:
First, you give the ribs a good rub-down with some yellow mustard, Worcestershire sauce and a homemade seasoning blend. They then go straight onto the smoker and are left alone for 3 hours.
Next, you transfer the ribs into a foil baking pan, cover it tightly with foil and stick it back onto the smoker for two more hours.
Then, all that’s left to do is unwrap the ribs from the foil pan, coat them evenly with your choice of bbq sauce and stick them back onto the smoker grates for another hour. Allowing the ribs to caramelize with the bbq sauce is such an important step and shouldn’t be missed. They get all sorts of sticky and decadent!
And finally, it’s time to eat! I guarantee that you won’t be able to eat just one.
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This is one of those moments where I wish we had smell-o-vision, because the smell of these bbq ribs smoking away is irresistible! You will make your whole neighborhood jealous and hungry with the smell of these ribs wafting through the streets. You’ve been warned.
Whether you are making these ribs for a crowd, as a fun weekend dinner or just to take a whack at smoking your own ribs, they are gauranteed to disappear before you know it. So make sure you get at least 4-5 on your plate. This is a judgement free zone – go for all you can eat!
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